Exciting news for potential condo buyers in Etobicoke — The Kip District, a multi-phase condominium project by Concert Properties, has released three new renderings and extensive information regarding its features and finishes.
The five tower, master-planned community will be centred around an outdoor public square, rife with greenery and casual seating. The buildings were designed by the award-winning Page & Steele/IBI Group Architects and are slated to be both sustainable and comfortable. The Kip District will adhere to the LEED Gold rating system and Tier 2 of the Toronto Green Standard. The community boasts a modern and sleek aesthetic — utilizing mixed building materials such as glass, stone and brick.
The Kip District will feature a variety of useful amenities for residents to take advantage of. The first floor will accommodate a spacious lobby with concierge station and an onsite property management office. There is also a fully-equipped fitness studio with cardio and weight training areas, a theatre room and an outdoor terrace complete with barbecues and seating areas. The posh rooftop club room will include a catering kitchen, private dining area, fireside lounge, wet bar, billiards room and a spacious dining room with adjoining terrace.
Fully furnished guest suites are available to overnight visitors, as is convenient, secured parking. Bicycle and storage lockers offer easy to access extra space, and a self serve pet wash area will keep muddy pawprints off your floors.
The Kip District interior finishes will include open floor plans, laminate flooring in principle living areas and carpeting throughout the bedrooms, generous closets with space saving mirrored sliding doors and wire linen shelving, stackable full sized washer and dryer units and custom fit venetian blinds on all exterior windows.
The kitchen will feature closed storage and open shelving, polished quartz countertops with a gloss tile backsplash, stainless steel sink, microwave and dishwasher, under cabinet and ceiling LED tracking lights and a ceramic glass electric cooktop.
Bathrooms will include marble countertops, walk-in showers with glass doors, five foot soaker tubs and polished chrome accessories.
The suites were designed to be both green and energy efficient — saving condo owners money and reducing the community’s ecological footprint.
Located in the up and coming Kipling and Dundas neighbourhood, The Kip District will ultimately consist of 1,300 units, which are currently priced from the low $200,000s. Suites will be available in one bedroom, one bedroom plus den and two bedroom layouts that will range in size from 500 to 900 square feet.
Kipling Station, which serves both the Bloor subway line and the GO Transit commuter rail, is less than five minutes by foot from the condominiums. Access to Highway 427, with connections to the 400-series highways, is also nearby.
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