Following on the success of The Daniels Corporation’s One Park Place North Tower, the second and final phase of this development, the South Tower is drawing a great deal of interest from people who want to make Regent Park their home. The fifth market condo in this master-planned community is a few weeks from topping out at Regent Park Boulevard and St. David Street, and will rise to 29 storeys. When complete, the Hariri Pontarini-designed structure will stand as the tallest in Regent Park. The tower will be rise over a five-storey podium anchored by 17 urban townhomes lining St. David and Sumach Streets, while the condominium’s lobby entrance will be located directly off Regent Park’s urban mews, Regent Park Boulevard, placing homeowners right in the middle of the action of a neighbourhood on the rise.

Rendering of One Park Place South Tower, image courtesy of The Daniels Corporation

The location is a prime reason for new home buyers to consider One Park Place, but another major factor would be the views from the tower. One Park Place South Tower is designed to make the most of its location and height, with commanding views of the Toronto skyline, Lake Ontario and the surrounding city through the building's punched windows.

View from One Park Place North Tower, image by Jack Landau

Amenities are another major selling point for condominiums, and One Park Place South Tower will boast over 45,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities at CLUB UNO. These include a half-court gymnasium, two squash courts, a fitness studio, indoor/outdoor yoga and Pilates studio, a party room, billiards room, lounges and more. 

Environmentally friendly design is a recurring feature in Daniels' projects, and One Park Place South Tower will continue the trend with features like a fifth-floor gardening terrace where homeowners can grow their own herbs, flowers and spices. Much like the recently completed first phase, One Park Place South Tower is being built to the LEED® Gold Certification Standard, with various elements such as bicycle storage and energized parking spaces for electrified cars helping to lower the building's carbon footprint. Several green roofs will serve as amenity space for residents while helping to mitigate Toronto’s heat island effect.

Rendering of One Park Place South Tower's outdoor terrace, image courtesy of The Daniels Corporation

Amenities, the neighbourhood, energy efficiency and transit all factor into a purchaser's decision, but the designs of the suites themselves are the most important element for most. Suite layouts at One Park Place South Tower will maximize every square foot, and will feature urban interior finishes, laminate flooring throughout and kitchen and bathroom designs by the award-winning design firm, Cecconi Simone.

Prices at One Park Place South Tower start at $199,900, with suites ranging from studios to three-bedroom designs, as well as a limited collection of townhomes. Purchasers can take advantage of Daniels’ 5% Gradual Deposit Payment Plan, where a purchaser pays $3,500 with the Agreement of Purchase and Sale, and then $1,000 each month until 5% of the purchase price is reached. Construction on the tower is well underway and residents will be moving in as early as Winter 2014. 

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Related Companies:  Cecconi Simone, Hariri Pontarini Architects, NAK Design Strategies