Ahead of Diamante's launch of Diamond Condominiums on Yonge this year, we've previewed the Toronto project's interiors and amenities, alongside a brief overview of the previous development applications on the site. Now, as sales for the 30-storey tower get underway, the floorplans for the 385-unit development have been released, offering an early look at the suite interiors.
Designed by Scott Shields Architects, the project's units range in size from 439 ft² to 977 ft². One, two, and three-bedroom configurations are available, with the variety of living spaces designed to appeal to a fairly diverse range of buyers. Staking a place along North York's growing Yonge Street corridor, the project—located between Sheppard and Finch—offers an entry point into the housing market, with homes like the one-bedroom 'Suite 10' within reach for many first-time buyers.
Featuring relatively clearly delineated spaces, the compact unit's sizeable balcony is a particular highlight for the suite. Both the bedroom and the living area open up to the outdoor space, which spans the width of the suite. At 104 ft², the balcony is one the building's larger outdoor spaces, though each of Diamond Condos units features a private outdoor area. In addition, a street-level private garden—with landscaping by Ferris + Associates—will be available to all residents as one of the project's amenities.
At 661 ft², the two-bedroom 'Suite 15' is among the development's mid-sized homes. Featuring a larger living room and an ensuite bathroom in the master bedroom, this north-facing suite features a somewhat smaller, though reasonably sized, 61 ft² balcony.
At the larger end, the 839 ft² 'Suite 16' offers a potentially family-friendly three-bedroom layout. The east-facing unit includes an 85 ft² balcony, while the suite can be configured with either an ensuite for the master bedroom, or a shared bathroom accessible from the hallway.
Finally, the 977 ft² 'Churchill' is the project's largest suite. As with the unit above, this suite—available on floors 5 through 15—can be configured to accommodate buyer needs. In this case, the condo can be arranged in either a two-bedroom + den or three-bedroom layout, with the windowless third bedroom—equipped with a sliding glass door—receiving indirect sunlight via the living room. At 152 ft², the west-facing unit also boasts the building's largest balcony.
We will keep you updated as the marketing progresses, and the start of construction approaches. In the meantime, a full overview of Diamond's suite layouts is available on the project's website. To learn more, make sure to check out our associated dataBase file. Want to share your thoughts about Diamond Condominiums? Feel free to leave a comment in the space below this page, or join the conversation on our Forum.
|Related Companies:||Bousfields, Ferris + Associates Inc., McIntosh Perry, Peter McCann Architectural Models Inc., Scott Shields Architects, Zeidler Architecture|