If first impressions are everything, those looking to live in Toronto’s Leslieville neighbourhood need not step any further than The Taylor’s lobby.
Streetcar Developments has recently revealed a stunning interior rendering of the condo’s new double-height foyer, outfitted in bold light fixtures that run vertically toward the ceiling. The glass-punched openings seen as you enter reflect the window patterns of the older loft warehouses that pepper the area, a nod to the community’s vibrant history.
The Taylor’s careful combination of contemporary decor, fused with historical elements, also reflects Leslieville’s gradual transformation from a quiet neighbourhood to one lined with rave-worthy cafes, galleries and a handful of new restaurants.
Residents will also live beside The Carlaw, another Streetcar condo and townhouse project that is home to the new Crow’s Theatre. The 200-seat venue is decked out with a studio rehearsal space, community programming area and even a trendy bar and restaurant. In other words, it will become a regular stomping ground for all those nearby. It’s also the largest performing arts theatre to open east of the DVP.
Once complete, the new development will house 96 lofts in variety of designs, from one-bedroom and two-bedroom plus dens to a selection of two-level urban townhomes with three bedrooms.
Prices for available suites start from the mid $300,000s.
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