Lindvest Properties will be launching sales for B.streets condos soon and they’re continually whetting our appetites for the Bloor and Bathurst development with fresh news and renderings.

This week is no different as the team behind B.streets has released two new renderings (one to the left and one below) of the exterior and the lobby.

Hariri Pontarini Architects have designed the contemporary 9-storey condo to aesthetically blend in with the neighbourhood’s diverse array of storefronts. Irregular cubic modules appear in intervals on the building’s facade while a two-tone colour scheme increases the dramatic effect of the modules. The top portion is a creamy light colour while a grey brick hue grounds the bottom portion and complements the neighbourhood’s shops.

The interiors have been designed by the one and only Cecconi Simone. They respond to the architecture of the building as well as the neighbourhood with industrial era design reinvented in a contemporary manner. It’s a clean, modern style with a sophisticated look.

B.streets is comprised of studios, one and two bedrooms (some include dens) and three bedroom suites. Prices range from the mid $200,000s to the mid $700,000s and sizes range from 380 square feet to over 1,250 square feet.

We’ve written extensively about the development’s emphasis on the artistic component which has included hiring an artist to paint a 23-foot high that covers two sides of the presentation centre’s exterior. The artist based the mural on photos taken by Tom Ryaboi, blogTO’s photo editor and a former resident of the neighbourhood who was hired by Lindvest to capture the area’s unique essence.

On top of these two awesome renderings, B.streets has just launched their new website and it’s looking fantastico!

It’s great to see that they’ve continued their quest for high aesthetic quality with these two new renderings. We’re definitely looking forward to see what’s in store at B.streets condos.

Register at the development’s website or call 416 53 CONDO (532 6636) for more information.  

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