A 2015 application to the City of Toronto for a mid-rise condominium on the north side of Danforth Avenue east of Donlands Avenue—and a short walk from that subway station—has been gradually evolving. With the site at 1030 Danforth having been bought by Condoman Developments, the 8-storey boutique building is now a Standard Practice design. With marketing now kicking into gear, several new renderings detail the both exterior and interior features of what's to be known as Theo Condos.
An aerial rendering facing southwest shows off Theo Condos' massing, designed to respond to surrounding conditions with a series of stepbacks that reduce the mid-rise's impact on low-rise buildings to the north. The stepbacks create a series of private terraces for residents of some of the building’s 54 condo suites, which come in a mix of one & two-bedrooms along with two-storey penthouses, from 488 ft² up to 1,088 ft² in area.
Additional renderings posted on the project’s website show further details for the private terraces, provide a glimpse inside one of the suites, and a look at the party room. It includes a dining area with a bar and kitchenette, lounge areas, and a billiards table.
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 below.
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|Related Companies:||Condoman Developments, Standard Practice Inc.|