March 9, 2011
Now we’ve got some details about what the insides of the four rotated cubes that make up the building will look like – or at least what purposes they’ll serve.
Let’s go cube by cube.
Cube One reportedly showcases a selection of open concept south facing suites overlooking the ROM and Bloor Street. Many of these suites will boast wrap-around windows, fritted-glazed balconies, and European-inspired kitchens decked out with Miele appliances. Plus, residents living in this cube will have the convenience of parking their car on the same level as their suite.
Cube Two and Three feature more suites with oversized terraces and protected panoramic views to the north and south.
Cube Four houses suites with what we’re told are unparalleled, ‘have to be seen to be believed’ views (that’s the best kind!), as well as all the bells and whistles feature-wise.
Some more news, too, as to amenities: an entertainment floor will showcase several lounges – one which features a cool curved bar, and another with a private dining room with catering kitchen. Plus there’s a party room with a linear fireplace, and an outdoor rooftop garden oasis with a reflecting pool.
One floor above, residents will be able to work out in a fitness gallery equipped with state-of-the-art equipment (including a yoga studio). Apres-workout can take place in the cool down lounge next to a double-sided fireplace. We’d work out more if this was our place. . .
Exhibit Residence’s 200 suites will range from one bedroom layouts to two bedroom plus den layouts and will start from the $500,000s. To learn more about Exhibit Residences, register at their website. And as always, check back in for the latest buzzzzz!