The latest condominium to hit the market in Toronto’s Entertainment District is planned for the southwest corner of Blue Jays Way and King Street. Designed by Quadrangle, the 42-storey tower, 357 King West, will rise to a height of 148 metres, and contain 324 units.
The units are a mix of 1- to 3-bedroom layouts, sized starting from 450 ft². Residents will have access to a range of amenity spaces appointed by figure3 Interior Design, and outdoor landscaping by Ferris + Associates Inc., including a lobby offering a 24-hour concierge service, a gym, a party room, a yoga studio, a communal workspace area, and the rooftop amenity deck pictured below.
The project's design may be familiar to those who have been keeping track of new proposals in recent years, as plans have been evolving since an initial proposal in 2010 for a 40-storey condominium tower (what was then called TUX Condos). The plan has now re-emerged with some design revisions, among them the tower's massing having been adjusted to place more density on the tower's eastern volume.
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|Related Companies:||Ferris + Associates Inc., figure3 Interior Design, Great Gulf, L.A. Inc., Priestly Demolition Inc., Quadrangle, TUCKER HIRISE Construction|