An Etobicoke development proposal, on land where a zoning bylaw amendment application was first tabled with the City of Toronto in 2015, is now moving closer to reality. Altree Developments is partnering with builder EllisDon on a project called Thirty Six Zorra Condominiums, a 35-storey, Graziani + Corazza Architects-designed condominium tower set to rise 114 metres to the southeast of where Kipling and The Queensway intersect.
With an official website now live, a pair of new renderings have been released, bringing to life the preliminary images created during the project's planning, and providing a better look at the dramatic sawtooth-edge design of the balconies that will mark the building out from those around it.
The podium takes a sleeker, less dramatic approach with a linear balcony arrangement, but is tied into the tower wth its angled unit exterior walls, bringing privacy to units through fins that separate them, and scalloping the edge of building behind the balconies.
Thirty Six Zorra recently began accepting registrations for the 460 condominium suites in the building, which are being offered in a range of types, with over half as multi-bedroom layouts, including 198 two-bedrooms and 44 three-bedrooms.
The opening of a presentation centre for the project is just around the corner, now being built in the low-rise commercial building that currently exists on the project site at 30 Zorra Street. It will soon offer up more details of the development, including further information about the its architecture and what residents will find inside the building.
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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|Related Companies:||Altree Developments, Bousfields, EllisDon, Graziani + Corazza Architects, Marlin Spring Developments, Myles Burke Architectural Models, NAK Design Strategies, U31|