Creating the most effective outdoor living space can be the trickiest part of making condo living comfortable. Sixty Colborne, a new project by Freed Developments and Carttera Private Equities have come up with an ingenious way to bring the outdoors in.
“In many new condo buildings, balconies just don’t work,” said Peter Freed, President of Freed Developments.
“Often they aren’t big enough to be functional and are limited in their usefulness thanks to Toronto’s short summer season.”
Originally designed without balconies, the spacious newly released corner units can be can be upgraded to an “openair” option.
“Working with our team of architects and designers, we have created a system of innovative glass sliding panels, which provide a modern approach to balcony space. The project’s glass sliding panel system offers all of the livability benefits, without the limitations, of traditional balcony design.”
A first for Toronto, the glass sliding panel system gives residents the ability to create large open spaces along perimeter walls. You can enjoy the view of St. Lawrence Market, and feel the breeze without stepping outside.
The special feature adds to the forward thinking on display at Sixty Colborne. Imagined by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, the ultra-contemporary structure boasts top-notch amenities such as a rooftop pool and a modern fitness facility.
Suites start from the low $300,000s.
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