from Buzz Buzz:
Having already launched some of Toronto’s hottest properties in the past few years, Curated Properties is set to repeat its sales success withCabin, set to be introduced this fall to Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood.
“Cabin is a logical next-step for Curated,” said Adam Ochshorn, Principal at Curated Properties. “We’re very driven by the West Queen West neighbourhood and the call in Toronto for something local, artisanal and authentic.”
Although the floorplans are still being finalized, the project’s latest renderings reveal more of the building’s architecture and interior finishes.
Designed by Toronto-based RAW Design, Cabin provides a northern-like escape within a metropolitan landscape. The exterior architecture is reminiscent of a rural getaway lodge with dark metal panels and natural wood tones. The articulated steps design delineates the units while providing a cascading effect, and the highly sculptural facade and various shades of wood are used to break up the buildings frame.
Inside, the six-storey boutique condominium houses 25 two-storey homes with living spaces on main floors, bedrooms upstairs, and lots of outdoor space including yards, private rooftop gardens, and mid-building terraces with expansive city views.
Interiors, designed by Mason Studio, are warm and inviting with lots of natural light, spacious living areas, and modern kitchens with integrated appliances, full-height pantries, and concealed-hood gas ranges. Three interior colour palettes are available to choose from with each featuring a selection of natural stone, wood, marble, and porcelain materials.
“There’s a simplicity and a true natural appeal to Cabin’s interiors,” said Stanley Sun, partner at Mason Studio. “We wanted to create a humble, instinctive look, warm and contemporary, removing unnecessary polish.
Suites at Cabin range from $499,900 to over $1 million, and are available in a wide selection of layouts including family-friendly two and three bedroom units.
Curated Properties is known for building some of Toronto’s most unique and hottest selling properties including the converted century-old yarn factory called Lanehouse on Bartlett, and Dovercourt 455 — a 12-unit townhome project atop a low-rise office building. With bold and innovative designs mixed with quality features and finishes, it comes as no surprise that these developments sell fast.
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