The development is named for Intermeccanica International, a family-run business that built replica Porsche roadsters on the Quebec Street site for more than 30 years. In fact, the workshop is also the inspiration for Meccanica by Cressey‘s design.
Automotive detailing can be found throughout the architecture style, from the project’s smooth, symmetrical profile to the grill-like look of its western facade to its exterior of galvanized metal and glass.
And the theme carries over into the interiors. Meccanica by Cressey homes will boast polished concrete floors and seven-foot-wide industrial metal doors leading to the bedroom. The glass and metal detailing will give the homes more of a loft feel.
Cressey’s famous and functional kitchens are also helping to rev up excitement around Meccanica. A Chef’s Wall encompassing the fridge, oven, microwave and pull-out pantry will free up the back wall for an additional full-height pantry and more counter space. The kitchens will also boast a gas cooktop, high-end AEG appliances, under-cabinet lighting and hassle-free quartz countertops.
Meccanica by Cressey’s 170 homes will be divided up between the development’s 15-storey tower and seven-storey building. The one and two-bedroom homes will range in size from 546 to 1,029-square-feet and be will priced from just $329,900. The project is slated for completion next year.
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