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Boutique Hotel Condominiums Phase 2

The individual unit layouts were inspired by the design sophistication of many of
the world’s notable boutique hotels whether it be their size, degree of openess or luxury of finishes.

The Boutique Residences project is a 333 unit residential tower development located between Simcoe and Nelson Streets, south of Richmond Street at the nexus of the financial, theatre and entertainment districts of Toronto. As part of a larger midblock infill project, the design was developed to ensure that the scale and massing of the project is sympathetic to the mid-rise warehouse buildings that dominate the built fabric of this district. The 35 storey tower is an ultra-modern loft building with large expanses of glass, long terraces, and ample amenity space. A two storey retail and commercial base forms the base of the tower and plays an integral role in this emerging urban streetscape. The individual unit layouts were inspired by the design sophistication of many of the world’s notable boutique hotels whether it be their size, degree of openess or luxury of finishes.

Client

Malibu Developments, Urban Capital, West Development Group

Program

Full Design Services