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March 30, 2011

This post has been edited from its original version and now includes a video of the launch – check it out, below!

Today – as this piece was posted, actually – was the VIP Broker Launch at the much-anticipated Exhibit Residences. But for all you folks who are not VIP Brokers (we feel your pain), we’ve got our hands on some stuff on this Bloor Street West condominium that might interest you: hot off the press renderings and some more tasty morsels of info!

First the morsels: though you may be familiar with the building’s skewed-cube design by architect Rosario Varacalli, you may not know that the building was designed so that all bedrooms have expansive windows and, speaking of natural light, the above-ground garage will be let the light shine in through large, wrapped windows. Yep, the days of dark, dank parking garages will soon be over for Exhibit Residences owners.

Details are also emerging as to the amenity offerings. There will be an entertainment floor featuring several lounges – one with a curved bar, and another with a fireplace and private dining room and catering kitchen. The rooftop garden oasis will boast a reflecting pool and private seating will be strewn throughout the garden. The fitness gallery has both state-0f-the-art equipment and a separate yoga studio for all you yogi.

Feast your eyes (and ears) with a video from today’s launch and some new renderings:

The lobby, like the rest of the interiors, is designed by Diego Burdi of Burdifilek

We love the curved bar

Private dining space

The lush terrace

Exhibit as seen from the U of T’s Philosopher’s Walk

Even a stellar roster of amenities and unsurpassed design can’t steal the show from this project’s A-list address, though. As we’ve mentioned in previous posts, Exhibit’s proximity to museums, shopping, dining, and several of Toronto’s central institutions make it an incredibly enviable spot to live.

To learn more about Exhibit Residences by Bazis Inc, Metropia Urban Landscapes, and Plaza Corp, visit their website.

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