While a genuine Warhol could cost you about $100 million, this new collection of street-oriented loft-like homes are much more reasonably priced yet they stay true to the Warholian pop art aesthetic.

The Warhol Collection at Studio2 on Richmond will appeal to those who appreciate art and the art of living. With spacious open concept interiors, a never-ending supply of natural light, and sliding glass panels that take the place of walls, these suites score high in artful design.

Studio2 is the 41 storey sequel to the uber-successful 31 storey tower in the award winning Studio of Richmond condo community all by Aspen Ridge Homes.

Located in the Richmond-Dundas area, Studio2 will be fully immersed in the John Street cultural corridor and situated only a stone’s throw away from a huge variety of amenities. What makes the area even better is the ongoing revitalization of Nelson Street. Going from pleasant-enough, run-of-the-mill street to inviting tree-lined walkway, Nelson will be transformed into a great place to eat, drink and be merry.

And in keeping with the artist angle, Studio will ultimately include an 8,000 square foot space that OCAD will use as a public art gallery and eatery. The next Andy Warhol (or Jackson Pollock or Vincent van Gogh for that matter) might be displaying his or her art there, how fabulous!

We definitely weren’t kidding when we said there will be no shortage of windows!

Quadrangle Architects are handling the exterior design for Studio. The two towers will share a nine storey podium that will evoke the surrounding area’s warehouse heritage. Amenities will include a nightclub style bar, party room, dining room with an attached kitchen servery, media, room, billiards room, lounge, terrace — pauses to breathe — a separate winter lounge, yoga, cardio and weights rooms. That’s quite a list!

Purchasers will have the choice of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites ranging in size from 420 to 1,357 square feet.

For more info call 647 352 7736 or visit the website right now! 

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