Last month, we got our first glimpse at Royal Bayview, a new two-building condominium development from Tridel set to rise along the eastern edge of the Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto in Thornhill. Though not affiliated with the golf club, the Kirkor Architects design will put its residents right on the green, but there's more than golf to draw in residents to the planned 12 and 14-storey buildings.
The 14-storey 'The Bayview' and the 12-storey 'The Royal' will respectively bring 91 and 77 two and three-bedroom suites to the edge of the golf club, which acts as a significant community amenity. This and other local neighbourhood amenities will be complemented by a selection of on-site amenity spaces appointed by interior designers II BY IV DESIGN.
The first space residents and visitors will likely experience is a lobby featuring two-storey high windows that fill the space with natural light and frame views of the serene golf course to the west. Natural wood finishes are a recurring theme in Royal Bayview’s amenity spaces, shown in the lobby rendering below accenting the ceiling and a concierge desk.
Catering to residents who entertain large groups of guests, the complex will feature a private dining room with a fully-equipped kitchen and a party-size table.
In between trips to the golf course, residents will have a yoga studio and fitness room to help stay in shape, featuring a palette of neutral colours and natural wood surfaces that continue the theme introduced in the lobby.
For a more tranquil environment, the complex will feature a lower lounge amenity with a dramatic spiral staircase and a mix of natural stone and wood finishes.
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