While it will still be some time before ground breaks for the new boutique condo development on Portland Street, a new rendering of the project paints an even clearer picture of what future residents can expect.
Designed by Sweeny &Co Architects, the 14-storey building will be equipped with four levels of underground parking, a total of 116 residential units, and retail space at grade level.
Preliminary renderings of the project have already been revealed, which were followed by a new rendering of the project this month, giving a better look at the building’s exterior design and the building’s rooftop terrace.
While a previously released rendering offered a closer scope of the rooftop, the new look shows 123 Portland tucked amongst the neighbouring towers and how the building fits into the city’s ever-changing skyline.
From the new rendering, you can see that the terrace will feature lots of greenery, places to sit, dining areas, barbeques, and a nice mix of sheltered and open spaces to sit and enjoy the incredible views of the city.
According to marketing materials from Minto, the project is said to feature a “mosaic of romantic influences” that blends “classical Parisian building traditions with Toronto’s urban landscape.”
The amenities, which Minto has described as “life-enhancing,” will be a big selling point for buyers, as they include essentials like a gym, lounge, kitchen bar and dining room, and a rooftop offering 360-degree views of the city skyline.
As for the floor plans, there are currently five available, ranging in size from 483 (one-bedroom) to 972 ft² (three-bedroom) in area.
All units will come with features like stainless steel Miele appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes, hardwood flooring, and french doors. You can stay up to date on this project here.