There’s something about King East – the history, the sophistication, the focus on design. At Sixty Colborne, Freed Developments and Carttera Private Equities have created a condo that embraces the past and future of the neighbourhood.
The Globe and Mail has lauded the concept behind building and architect Peter Clewes’ “unusual contextual approach” to the 25-storey structure’s design. The podium’s deep orange colour is a nod to the surrounding century-old red-brick structures while the windows at the base are also hearken back to the Victorian era as they’re set back in their frames like many of the historic structures down the street.
The innovations don’t end there. Select corner units will feature “opennair” layouts, a new interpretation of the condo balcony. A glass sliding panel system allows owners to create large, open spaces along the perimeter walls. Instead of a traditional balcony, you can truly bring the outdoors just by shifting the glass panels.
The interiors are the work of Johnson Chou, a design firm known for cool, contemporary spaces. Amenities include modern exercise facilities, a rooftop pool, lounge, guest suites and concierge service.
It’s clear that discerning urbanites are choosing Sixty Colborne as their address – 70 per cent of the units are sold! Units start from $299,900, but if you want to take advantage of pre-construction pricing, you’ll have to act fast. The condo will be breaking ground this month.
To learn more, get over to the sales centre situated at 60 Colborne St. It’s open Monday to Wednesday from noon to 6pm, Thursday from noon to 7pm and weekends from noon to 5pm.
Time is running out!
For more information contact 416 601 0060 or email@example.com.