Toronto Condo VVip . Vaughn’s new building brings indoor life into the interior. After more than a year of emotional and uncertain travel, it has been accepted that GTA can use a lot of Joie de vivre drugs-these days more than ever.
In addition to the above facts, it is also confirmed that Menkes will deliver the so-called “reward for fun”. At least in terms of post-pandemic life in the Greater Toronto area.
Through Multidisciplinary Real Estate Development and its partner QuadReal to the South Vaughn Metropolitan Center, an apartment project called Festival will occupy the area in the (happy) storm.
Festival was named Canada’s best-selling project in 2020, and the first pre-built version of Festival sold out in just a few weeks.
Now, as the developer prepares to release the second phase of the suite sale, called GRAND FESTIVAL), more prospective homeowners will soon say “next stop, Vaughn.” Or, rather, the next stop, South VMC.
Indeed, the southern VMC is in full bloom, and residential and commercial buildings are booming in the city’s future central business district. QuadReal’s 80-acre master plan for the southern VMC community is known as cherries on pastries, and the promenade of the community will be home to curatorial retail, restaurants, green spaces, etc.
In this bustling space, Festival (consists of a series of four towers, two of which will become the tallest buildings in South VMC when completed) will begin to rise. Thanks to the fresh design of Cecconi Simone, the building combines with IBI Group’s architecture and landscaping, and the charm of the surrounding environment of the project will be integrated into residential buildings.
Cecconi Simone’s Anna Simone explains that this injection begins with the entrance to each building.
“We have made several transitions with the lobby,” Simone began.
She told the New York lobby that the lobbies were “beautifully designed” but were small and introduced only necessities. The next concept she described became popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s, when the “large and magnificent” lobby space became a pass for guests and couriers.
Recently, the hall began to integrate with the building facilities. There are places to sit, socialize, and even drink coffee; this is the lobby space that Cecconi Simone often works with, but Simone says Festival offers an opportunity to take the concept to new heights.
“in [the festival hall, the hall of the project], the interior does provide information to the inside,” she explained. ” “[on the scene,] one wants to see the outside or the inside, but it still feels very tight.”
Simone (Simone) describes Festival’s “rural” sense, which surrounds its four towers and is brought into residential buildings. Finishes, details and visual experience will be found by the outside world to enter the section to establish the whole feeling with the individual, maintaining continuity.