At the 14-storey, Core Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects-designed XO Condos on the southwest corner of King and Dufferin in Toronto's West End, Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties have revealed the range of unique amenities designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design that they will offer to residents, from the building's fitness and recreational facilities including a dedicated spin studio, to a children's playroom with a ball pit, and even a pet spa, the project will boast more than 9,300ft² of amenities once it is completed next year.

Looking west across Dufferin Street to XO Condos, designed by Core Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects for Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties

The building will feature many one-of-a-kind amenities and shared spaces, starting with the ground floor lobby where finishes have been selected to reflect the tonality and rustic nature of the brick, and warm leathers and soft seating add a touch of warmth. A resident mailroom will be located next to the lobby, supported by both self-serve and full-service chilled delivery which can be used for keeping deliveries of perishable goods such as groceries or wine cool while your package is waiting to be picked up.

XO Condos will also boast a fitness centre that stretches across an entire floor, featuring an LED spin room with an elevated platform for the spin instructor, a first-time amenity for a condominium in Toronto. Also available on the fitness level will be TRX spaces for weight lifting and strength training, cardio machines, a yoga and dance studio, and a sports lounge fitted with comfortable seating and television for residents to come and relax with, or to watch a sports game.

Spin room at XO Condos, designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design, Core Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects for Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties

Other unique spaces and services will also be part of the building, including a dedicated pet spa that will provide grooming services, and a video gaming hub with multiple screens and gaming consoles for international gaming.

XO Condos will also feature a play space dedicated to children, that will be equipped with a ball pit, playhouse, movie hub, a reading zone, a separate section for arts and crafts, and a washroom. The playroom will extend to an outdoor play area away from the city streets.

Children's playroom at XO Condos, designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design, Core Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects for Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties

There will be an outdoor lounge for adults, too; a rooftop terrace overlooking the buzzing cityscape will be decorated with seating arrangements and lighting. Indoor lounge space will also take shape in the form of a group study and library zone, which will feature independent desks for those needing to work quietly, as well as cocoons, communal benches, and tables for collaborative work.

Interiors of XO Condos, designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design, Core Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects for Lifetime Developments and Pinedale Properties

XO Condos will add residential space and bring new commercial offerings to an already buzzing and lively King West neighbourhood. The project will also see XO2 Condos rise to join it shortly.

You can learn more from our Database file for the project, linked below. If you'd like, you can join in on the conversation in the associated Project Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.

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Related Companies:  BVGlazing Systems, Core Architects, LEA Consulting, McIntosh Perry, Myles Burke Architectural Models, Snaile Inc., Turner Fleischer Architects, Vortex Fire Consulting Inc.