Last year, the iconic fashion magazine Vogue voted this neighbourhood the second coolest in world because of its array of galleries, boutique hotels, indie fashion labels and graffiti art. Since then, little has changed. In fact, the neighbourhood has only become cooler.
Ten93 Queen West is a reflection of this sensibility, inside and out. The nine-storey building has taken cues from its surroundings: a colourful exterior treatment will evoke the street art of the former Graffiti Alley, and contemporary art will greet residents and guests in the lobby.
At Ten93 Queen West, there are a total of 134 units with artfully designed layouts that range from one to three bedrooms. To assist in the decision-making process, we’re showcasing a few of the available floorplans below.
This 525-square-foot one-bedroom floorplan lives large, and is the current Suite of the Month. The smart layout features a balcony, walk-in closet and the spacious living/dining room is great for entertaining. It’s perfect for first-time buyers or as an investment property.
If you don’t actually need a second bedroom but are looking for some extra space for a home office or someplace just to kickback and chill, the 685-square-foot floorplan has a good-sized den, cool sliding barn doors on the bedroom and a central island in the open-concept kitchen design.
A two-bedroom layout at Ten93 Queen West also features an open-concept kitchen setup, and has a 30-square-foot terrace off the living/dining area. This 665-square-foot floorplan incorporates two bathrooms, and an ensuite bathroom for the master bedroom.
While there’s much to do in the area, and Ten93 Queen West will have plenty of on-site amenities for residents too. The trendsetting party room will give some of the cocktail lounges in the area a run for their money in terms of style, and the fitness centre, filled with the state-of-the-art exercise equipment, will have residents racing to cancel their gym memberships.
Theatre-loving residents will also be able to take advantage of ongoing programs at the nearby Theatre Centre, which is a nationally recognized as a live-arts incubator and a hub for the cultural sector. Those interested in the newest taste of what The Theatre Centre has to offer can buy tickets to a performance of What Happened to the Seeker. Written by Nadia Ross and developed through The Theatre Centre’s Tracy Wright Global Archive, What Happened to the Seeker will run from October 1st to October 3rd at 8pm and tickets can be purchased online here or by calling 416 538 0988.
To find out more about Ten93 Queen West, drop by the new sales centre location at 1164 Queen West, visit PembertonGroup.com or call 416 546 6355.