BuzzBuzzHome Corp.
February 15, 2011

The Mercer [map] opened up sales to the public a few days ago (Saturday, January 29th to be precise) with a grand opening that had folks flocking to the presentation gallery.

And many of those who stopped by the gallery, located at 8 Mercer Street, left with their very own brand spankin’ new suite. In fact, the building is now more than 60 percent sold out, though sources tell us that a diverse selection of floorplans are still available.

The project is being developed in partnership by Beaverhall Homes and Graywood Developments Ltd. Inspired by midtown-Manhattan’s skyline circa 1930, the building’s look was crafted by BBB Architects and features 33-storeys rising from a podium designed be a fluent part of its surroundings.

As Brian Brisbin, a principal at BBB, tells it, The Mercer is:

“a contemporary design but [one which] describes the character and life of this unique street, both in its use of materials, like stone and brick, and in a series of design moves both at grade and on the skyline.”

We agree!

The scale model was the centre of attention on opening day

Smiles all ’round: new condo owner Adil Mio and Sara Kelcy, a sales rep pose for a quick pic

Suites at The Mercer range from 363 to 1,133 square feet in layouts that span from studios to three-bedrooms. For more information head down to the presentation gallery or click here to visit their website.

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