We keep our eyes on a lot of condos here at BuzzBuzzHome, but we’re feeling especially attracted to Ion, the new development by Fernbrook and Cityzen.

It definitely could have something to do with the name of the project and the scientific process it alludes to.

“That ionic formula binds glass molecules together,” says Sam Crignano, president of Cityzen. “The Ion condominium binds stunning architecture together together with a location that, like glass, is brilliant. We wanted to allude to that wondrous dance.”

Well said Sam!

Ion is situated on Wilson Avenue, just east of Keele, and will sit directly across from the new Humber River Regional Hospital, which is slated to be one of Canada’s largest regional acute care hospitals. Needless to say, that’s a BIG deal. It’s scheduled for completion in 2015 and will be an environmental and technological showcase as North America’s first fully digital hospital.

Ion will soar ten stories and will feature 200 suites. Bachelor suites start at 300 square feet and two bedroom plus dens measure in at 900 square feet. One bedrooms start at 490 square feet and one plus dens range from 650 to 750 square feet.

Inside these sweet suites will be high quality finishes including a choice of traditional or contemporary designed cabinetry and finishes in the kitchens with tall upper cabinets, granite countertops, ceramic tile backsplashes and an Energy Star kitchen appliance package. Bathrooms will feature deep soaker tubs, cultured marble countertops and vanities with decorative lighting.

And did someone say amenities? Ion residents can party down in the party room, hold swanky dinner parties in the dining room (with kitchenette!), get buff at the gym, buff up on their film knowledge in the theatre, kick back on the common outdoor terrace and get their meditation on in the yoga studio.

So are you feeling an inescapable attraction toward Ion? That’s not the ions working their magic anymore, that’s just the realization of what an awesome development this really is!

For more info on Ion email info@cityzen.ca or visit the website.

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