With construction already in full swing for the first phase of Aoyuan International's 8.6-acre master-planned community at Yonge and Cummer in North York, the developer behind the five-tower, Wallman Architects-designed M2M Condos complex is releasing its next collection of suites for sale. Known as the Spaces Collection, the new release includes 37 townhomes and sub-penthouse tower units, available in a range of unit types.
A dozen units in the Spaces Collection are sub-penthouse tower suites, starting at 703 ft² in area, while back at ground level, 25 townhomes are available in two and three-bedroom layouts ranging from 1,000 ft² to 1,300 ft² in area. All of these suites are designed to focus on private and public green spaces, from which the collection draws its name. Suites in the Park Collection feature street-level entrances and views across the road directly to a public park, while suites in the Courtyard Collection face inward towards private courtyard terraces, and up top, suites in the Rooftop Collection feature personal rooftop terraces with an elevated park or courtyard view.
“When we created the Spaces Collection, it was really important to us that the residences feel like single-family homes. People are spending more time at home nowadays and we recognize how important residences which are both functional and private are,” reads a statement from Vince Santino, Senior Vice President of Development at Aoyuan International. “That’s why we’re so thrilled to launch Spaces, an exciting offering which can support multigenerational families and working parents who are seeking an urban living experience without compromising space and privacy. We know that families of all sizes will enjoy the larger units, added flex spaces, exterior terraces and incredible amenities unique to M2M.”
The suites in the Spaces Collection have been designed with flexible floor plans that give residents the choice of an extended living, kitchen, and dining area. Other flexibility options include sliding panels in townhome units, opening into family rooms for modular extended spaces. Units within the Sky Collection of sub-penthouse units are set to feature Aoyuan’s switchable smart glass, which turn a room's glazed walls from transparent to opaque at the flip of a switch.
“What sets M2M Spaces apart from other new developments is their thoughtfully designed floorplans, with specific delineation between living spaces and bedrooms. We’ve intentionally separated the two, so busy families can lead calmer lives,” reads a statement from Rudy Wallman of Wallman Architects. “We designed this collection to feel as spacious as detached homes—with flex spaces that can be easily converted for a number of possibilities and households—whether that’s working from home or entertaining your kids in the bonus functional spaces.”
Once all phases are built, the complex's five towers are set to house over 1,600 residential units, 180,000 ft² of office and retail space, daycare facilities, a community centre, and a new public park.
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