With a number of developments already under construction in Toronto's Yonge and Eglinton area, several more in various stages of planning and approvals, and a new transit line under construction, the future seems bright for the midtown hub. Now being marketed in the area is Whitehaus Condominiums, a 29-storey, Diamond Schmitt-designed condo tower from Lifetime Developments and Knightstone.
In previous articles we have taken a look at the tower's design and context, as well as the Cecconi Simone-appointed interior amenity offerings. Recently released floorplans are now giving us a look at the layouts of the development's 366 suites, which start in size from 435 square feet. Among these layouts, five different penthouse floorplans located on levels 28 and 29 feature unit sizes ranging from 885 square feet all the way up to 1,481 square feet.
Of these 5 layouts, the smallest is the 'W885' model, a two-bedroom penthouse sized at 885 square feet. (As you can see, the suites are named according to the number of square feet they offer.) This layout offers a north exposure and balcony overlooking the lively stretch of Yonge north of Eglinton Avenue.
Slightly larger in size, layout 'W1028' offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and north and east exposures. The suite on level 28 will feature a spacious rooftop terrace on the east side that will serve as an elevated backyard for its residents, while both instances of this layout will enjoy north-facing balconies.
Occupying the northwest corner, the W1092 also offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as separate balconies on each of the north and west sides of the suite. The unit features a spacious combined kitchen/dining/living area, along with a separate den.
Layout W1189 offers more space for larger families, offering three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two balconies, occupying the southwest corner of the building.
The largest penthouse is suite W1481, occupying the tower's southeast corner, also offering three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two outdoor spaces. The unit on level 28 will enjoy a large east-facing terrace and a south-facing balcony, while the unit on level 29 will have the same south-facing balcony along with an east-facing balcony.
We will keep you updated as new details of the project emerge. In the meantime, 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.