Brand New Preconstruction Condos 123 Portland
123 Portland Condos
Brand new preconstruction condos 123 Portland
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123 Portland Street, Toronto, ON
Prices starting low $700’s
123 Portland is a new condo development currently in preconstruction at 123 Portland Street, Toronto. The development is scheduled for completion in 2022. 123 Portland has a total of 114 units. Sizes range from 483 to 1789 square feet.
123 Portland is a mosaic of romantic influences, blending classical Parisian building traditions with Toronto’s urban vernacular to generate an overwhelming sense of airy levity in the midst of electric King West. A network of starkly framed, ornate Juliette balconies contrasts uncluttered contemporary linework across the warm exterior. Inside, simple forms cued by mid-century Italian design languages are rendered in rich finishes, giving the building a refined depth and mischievous edge.
Portland has found its place along a beguiling stretch of Portland Street, where its stately entrance pours onto the sedate sidewalk. The building’s bustling Adelaide face is stepped-back to reveal an ample, covered footpath and veritable runway leading to the prominent, Southwestern retail corner.
A towering row of two-storey, brass-lined archways sets the tone and vivid black and white tilework starts the dialogue. The entire space — its wheat-coloured wood panels, its length-spanning sculptural floating bench and its coffered ceilings and crown moulding — glows with indirect lighting. Marble, metal, drama, warmth. The Lobby of 123 Portland has a statement to make: welcome home.
Crown moulding and mill work flows unobstructed from The Lobby to The Suites, creating in 123 Portland a wholistic experience to rival the world’s most compelling private clubs. One could find themselves traversing The Lobby, Kitchen Bar & Dining Room and their suite within the span of a single, uninterrupted moment. Individual suite attributes too, have been designed with utility in mind. Here features, finishes and upgrades are stunning, enduring and deliberate.
In the kitchen, stone counter tops meet a tile backslash, and both give way to extended upper cabinetry. Cutting-edge Miele appliances, including ENERGY STAR® qualified refrigerators and dishwashers, compliment the skillsets of both novice cooks and master chefs. A fully integrated under counter waste station seamlessly sorts organics, recycling and garbage.
Substantial hardwood flooring stretches into the master bedroom where a steady influx of shimmering natural light dances across the elegantly paneled walls. The master en suite translates the softness of the bedroom into uncompromising edge, with glistening stone counter tops, recessed and sconce lighting, a beveled vanity mirror, glass shower and a 60” tub.
The Rooftop, Gym, Lounge, and Kitchen Bar & Dining Room are at once genre-defining instances of life-enhancing amenities and convention challenging deviations from the norm. Artfully designed to catalyze social interaction, they reestablish what it means to connect as a community.
Each space is unmistakably what its title suggests. The Kitchen Bar & Dining Room features a kitchen, a bar and a fine dining space, but transcends itself with coworking-ready wiring and private event adaptability. The Lounge, softly lit, intimate and inviting, is also home to one of 123 Portland’s most unexpected and stirring showpieces. These amenities facilitate meditation and exhilaration, mindful routine and extraordinary moments — and they are both uncomplicated and impossible to define.
The Lounge further develops the theatrical tones of The Lobby, but here the wood is deeper, the stone is darker, and the ornate detailing is more pronounced. The astonishingly embellished ceiling floats high above free-form vermillion-tinted seating, delicately striated walls and a brass-veined fireplace, suspended like a High Renaissance Masterpiece over every nuanced encounter.
The Rooftop is an urban escape, floating 15-storeys above a sea of activity. A 360-degree panorama connects residents to the buzzing skyline and a lush, bibliophile design restorative reconnects residents to the natural world. Profuse green alcoves house secluded cabanas outfitted with grills, fireplaces, dining tables and luxurious lounge seating. Programmed spaces, well-suited for morning fitness routines, are thoughtfully dotted throughout.
The Kitchen Bar & Dining Room is a pastiche of allusions. It’s defining feature, a show stopping curved, metallic ceiling piece, draws the backdrop of the bar up over the wired dining area, reiterating the brass detailing found throughout the building. Mill work in the kitchen nods unsubtle to the ceiling of The Lounge, found from here on the other side of vast wooden doors. A Westward view of the city reminds one of places and gives the proceedings context.
King West’s Eastern border is Toronto’s eminent Financial District. As the street stretches Westward, towards 123 Portland, it traverses the quintessential and nascent restaurants, bars and clubs of The Entertainment District, gathering myriad influences as it approaches Portland Street — itself an emergent culinary hotbed. By the time King West and Portland intersect, the neighborhood is a patchwork of opulence and simplicity made all the more unusual by its proximity to idiosyncratic Queen West.
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