We are learning more about Lifetime Developments and Knightstone's Whitehaus Condos as more information emerges about the 29-storey Diamond Schmitt-designed condominium tower planned for Yonge Street, a block north of Eglinton Avenue. A newly released rendering in now giving us our first glimpse at the suite interiors in the development, providing some insight into their features and finishes.
Whitehaus is offering 366 suites, of 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms, and townhomes as well, with sizes ranging from 377 ft² up to 1,073 ft², and ceiling heights of 9 feet. Responding to the building's exterior envelope, Whitehaus' Cecconi Simone-appointed suite interiors will feature a palette of black and white tones, sleek and very modern, but with some funky fixtures, while floor-to-ceiling windows will allow ample natural light to penetrate the spaces.
We are also getting a taste of the development's unique lobby area, which will include a 24/7 concierge service and ample lounge space to unwind. The space will boast a library-themed aesthetic with granite and glass finishes, as well as upholstered furniture and traditional bankers lamps.
Residents of the development will enjoy a number of amenity spaces, including uncommon offerings such as a ping pong lounge, as well as amenities from the must-have list like a fitness centre with weight and cardio areas, an outdoor podium-top terrace, and a party room to name a few.
Additional information and renderings of the project can be found in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the space provided at the bottom of this page.