Following a period of registration and advance sales events, developer Aragon is gearing up for the upcoming public launch of their Eighty One Wellesley project in Toronto's Church-Wellesley Village on September 24th from noon to 4PM. To be held in the project's on-site presentation centre at 81 Wellesley Street East, the launch will give members of the public their first opportunity to close on a unit in the 28-storey, Core Architects-designed condominium tower.

Eighty One Wellesley, image courtesy of Aragon Properties

The 161,000 ft² project is offering 179 condominium units, starting from $282,000 and ranging from 439 ft² to 1,107 ft² in size. Residents of the project will have access to a variety of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces occupying the 7th and 8th floors. Among these spaces, a large double-height lounge space with glass walls on three sides will offer great views of the dynamic Church-Wellesley Village, all while acting as a visual divide between the building's tower and podium volumes. Other amenity spaces found on the 7th and 8th floors will include a fitness centre, a kitchen and dining area, and a terrace offering seating areas and barbecue spaces.

Eighty One Wellesley, showing the two-level amenity section, image courtesy of Aragon Properties

Those interested in previewing the presentation centre where the opening will take place can get a sneak peak by visiting previous articles exploring the development's presentation centre interiors, as well as the in-house-designed model suites, and the Myles Burke Architectural Models-built scale model within. In the meantime, the project is still taking registrations, with time to reserve a suite in the building running out.

The project's presentation centre, image by Jack Landau

Make sure to check out our dataBase file, linked below, for plenty of renderings and other information about Eighty One Wellesley. Want to share your thoughts about the project? Leave a comment in the space at the bottom of this page, or you may join in the ongoing discussion in the associated Forum threads.

Related Companies:  Aragon Properties, Core Architects, WND Associates Ltd