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Scandinavian design is arguably the hottest style among ubranites looking for contemporary furniture and crisp, streamlined spaces. Lucky buyers who choose a condo at Sixty Colborne will have the opportunity to snag a complete furniture package of up to $20,000 in value. The furnishings are from BoConcept, a neighbourhood design store with some serious pedigree.

Discerning buyers have flocked to the brand which got its start in Denmark in 1952. The company’s focus has always been functionality and craftsmanship, which helps explains its longevity and international presence. The furniture also scores points among buyers thanks to its flexibility and the ease in which it can be customized to individual tastes.

Usability is a key feature of the furniture which marries well with the design of the suites at Sixty Colborne. Freed Developments and Carttera Private Equities have created a condo home to 255 suites that shine with smart layouts.

Johnson Chou is behind the interiors, and he’s spoken highly of how the project’s good modernist design separates it from the other condos going up in the core.

The sleek spaces feature kitchens equipped with custom-designed cabinetry available in a full range of colours and finishes with matching integrated panels for both the fridge and freezer. Residents can choose between elegant natural stone or white Corian countertops.

The bathrooms also include custom Corian countertops and a selection of porcelain tiles for the floors and shower enclosure.

It’s a blank slate that offers plenty of opportunity for individualization. The limited time incentive lets you start your new life in high style at Sixty Colborne, a condo that matches the design ethos of the King East neighourhood. Be sure to head to the sales centre, located at 60 Colborne St., near King St. E. and Church, for all the details, and to check out the modern model suite.

Suites start at $299,900.

For more information contact 416 601 0060 or sales@sixtycolborne.com.

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