Since we last checked in on Lifetime Developments' The Bond, the 42-storey tower has continued to rise in the Entertainment District, quickly becoming a part of one of Toronto's most quickly transforming neighbourhoods.
Now, as the Core Architects-desgined tower begins to make its mark on the streetscape, Lifetime Developments has released The Collective Video Series, which, through interviews with some of the neighborhood's prominent personalities, celebrates the unique dynamism of the Entertainment District. The weekly video series features spotlights of Entertainment District "influencers" from various industries and backgrounds, including well-known figures such as Charles Kabouth of INK entertainment. The latest video, shot at Spadina's popular Fresh & Wild supermarket, profiles Mariah Craig, a local culinary and nutrition expert:
Links to the entire series are available on The Bond's official website, where the videos form part of Lifetime's Connected Campaign, which presents The Bond's newly released Connected Collection of suites within the Entertainment District's unique cultural context.
According to The Bond's official site, the Connected Collection provides "urban architecture that ties in to the community," with "translucent glass and steel with balconies and terraces punctuating [a] contemporary facade." New renderings offer a glimpse into Connected Collection's luxurious interiors, with a penthouse living room shown above.
As seen above, many of the suites will feature impressive, panoramic views of Downtown. The suites are available in a "wide selection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom[s], as well as grand penthouses," all of which are set to feature interiors and amenities by Tomas Pearce Interior Design, including The Bond's 7th floor "Urban Retreat" and 8th floor "Fitness Retreat." These amenities will include a dining area and lounge, fitness studio, games room, and outdoor pool.
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|Related Companies:||Core Architects, gh3, Lifetime Developments, Milborne Group, Montana Steele, Skygrid Construction, Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc|