The building itself will be an impressive 44 storeys, and will sit atop a 5 storey podium. This podium would be built out of the facade of the Purman Building, a heritage building on the land, and will therefore incorporate the building’s distinctive brick architecture, maintaining it for the street-level.
Above the podium, 263 Adelaide will be a shimmering glass skyscraper, stepped-back from the street, with outdoor shared-spaces a few floors up. These 692 square metres of outdoor terrace spaces will bring a splash of greenery to the building’s silhouette and provide gorgeous outdoor spaces for residents to mingle, host, and take in the views.
Underground, the building will include 5 floors of parking. With 104 vehicle spots, including 6 spaces for car shares, plus space for locking up to 374 bicycles, 263 Adelaide will have plenty of options for residents who commute.
The building is set to include 369 total residential units. These units are split up as follows, 4 bachelor units, 134 one-bedroom units, 184 two-bedroom units, and 47 three-bedroom units. This wide variety of units makes 263 Adelaide perfect for a number of different types of residents, be they professional singles, students, families, or anything in between. This tower will also include live/work studios for residents on the lower floors.
In addition, along the ground floors of the podium, 263 will include a number of spaces for retail, restaurants and office space, bringing energy and activity to the street level.
Inside, the building is projected to have 771 square metres of indoor amenity space, located on the 5th and 6th floors, which will include lavish shared hosting spaces, a gym and more. For a full list of amenity facilities as soon as it becomes available, don’t forget to register with CondoTrend!