The last time we made our way up to 5200 Yonge Street, the future site of Beacon, it was still an empty lot with only a tent set up to accommodate attendees of a VIP event for the development.
That was back in June and a lot has happened on-site since then. In place of the tent, Sorbara has created an elaborate presentation centre, with soaring ceilings and beautiful vignettes.
While you could drive over to the presentation centre, Beacon is so close to the North York Centre Station that you could easily leave the car at home and take transit over.
In fact, potential purchasers will want to take note that Beacon offers direct access into the underground walkway to North York Centre Station. That will come in handy all year-round, especially in the cold winter months.
But convenience isn’t the only thing Beacon has going for it. Acclaimed design firm Union 31 is responsible for both the striking interior of the presentation centre as well as the (soon-to-be) beautifully-crafted suites and amenities in Beacon itself.
The lobby rendering, which is on full display in the presentation centre, is more akin to a luxury hotel that a typical condominium. And the emphasis on top quality features and finishes isn’t just confined to the lobby. Visitors to the presentation centre will see that the kitchen and bathroom vignettes don’t skimp on the bells and whistles either.
Have a look at the shots we snapped during our presentation centre visit below:
Beacon will be a 35-storey condo tower designed by Wallman Architects and Rafael Bigauskas. The presentation centre is open to potential condo buyers now.
Visit the Beacon website for more information.