Overlooking the beautiful ravines of the Don Valley and the Downtown Toronto skyline on the horizon, sales of condo suites in the initial two towers at Auberge On The Park were quite successful for Tridel and Rowntree Enterprises. Now, the third and final tower is launching at the site of the former Inn on the Park at Leslie and Eglinton intersection. West of the 45-storey Auberge and 29-storey Auberge II, the third phase of the Graziani + Corazza-designed development is a 39-storey tower branded Chateau.

Auberge On The Park, Chateau at left, image courtesy of Tridel

Rising along the site's Leslie Street frontage, the latest tower will bring another 251 condominium suites to the 617 in the first two towers to the west. Chateau's initial release of suites ranges in size between 950 ft² and 2,346 ft², with layouts available in a range of two-bedroom, two-bedroom+den, three-bedroom, penthouse, and townhome plans.

Chateau at Auberge On The Park, image courtesy of Tridel

Residents of Chateau will have access to a range of common spaces and amenities, with II BY IV DESIGN—interior designers of the first two towers—returning to appoint the final phase's interiors as well. Amenities are to include a fitness centre, change rooms, an indoor pool and whirlpool spa, a party room, and an amenity space specially designed for pets. The only interior rendering released so far depicts the spacious double-height lobby.

Lobby, Chateau at Auberge On The Park, image courtesy of Tridel

Residents will also have access to outdoor amenities, including al fresco dining on a terrace with landscaping designed by Scott Torrance of Forrec. At ground level between the three towers is another prominent outdoor space, a central park of more than 27,000 ft².

Central park at Auberge On The Park, image courtesy of Tridel

A number of smart features that Tridel has introduced in recent projects will be returning at Chateau. These include smartphone-enabled access to amenities, a digital locking system for suite entry doors, an automated license plate recognition system to manage access into the parking garage, package delivery lockers, and "Smart Suite" wall pads and a mobile app that allow residents and security to monitor selected building access points.

Additional information and images can be found in our database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the field provided at the bottom of this page.

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