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Tableau Condo

A high-rise condo at Toronto

The Tableau Condominiums are a rare example of a residential development that makes such a big impact. Urban Capital’s construction at 117-125 Peter Street, in collaboration with Wallman Architects, provides prospective residents drawn to the excitement of the Entertainment District with a sufficiently outstanding structure to call home.

The Tableau Condominiums’ distinguishing design element, its podium, creates a boundary between private apartments and public office and retail areas, and is as clever as it is attractive. It is perfectly at home in the Queen West neighborhood. Furthermore, a vibrantly colored public art piece by globally known Canadian artist Shayne Dark adds a vibrant injection of vitality to 125 Peter’s dark, sculptural pedestal — a suitable façade for such a sophisticated apartment.



With so many cultural sites in the region, there is also a multitude of food alternatives. However, if people choose to spend a night in every now and again, there is an Independent City Market conveniently located next door.


Because the neighborhood’s theatres and music halls draw visitors from all over the city, inhabitants have a variety of public transportation choices to choose from. They just need to go half a block north to Queen Street West to board the 501 Streetcar, a significant east-west line that runs through the Core, all the way east to the Beaches, and west beyond High Park.

On its route, the 501 Streetcar also passes past two subway stations, Osgoode and Queen. Both stations are only a few minutes away, and passengers may use metro trains from any station to go to any location in the city quickly.


There are several excellent live performance places on King West for those who enjoy live music. Local and traveling theater organizations aspire to perform at the Royal Alexandra and Princess of Wales Theatres, both of which are within a short walk from the front doors. In addition, the Roy Thomson Hall, located on King West and Simcoe Street, is home to the legendary Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir.


Last but not least, drivers are conveniently located at 125 Peter. The highway takes only a few minutes to reach by car: one needs only to hop onto Spadina Avenue, the next street west of Peter, and head south to connect to the Gardiner Expressway, which runs along the lake Shore.


The tower reaches a height of 36 stories above ground. The clever modular layout of Wallman Architects’ large balconies results in a modern appearance that matches the top-of-the-line facilities supplied within.

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This resort has a 24-hour concierge, a gaming area, a party room with a display kitchen, a cinema, and cutting-edge health facilities, including a yoga and Pilates studio. Furthermore, the cutting-edge sustainability elements include a beautiful green roof with outdoor cabanas, as well as a gas barbeque and food prep spaces – ideal for a summer evening in the city.


Urban Capital started in 1996 and has come a long way since then. Since they started out with their 48-unit Camden Lofts development, they have delivered over 4,500 urban condominiums, with another 2,600 now under construction and several thousand in the pipeline, total over $3.7 billion in development. Today, they have expanded to Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Halifax. They are continuing with new markets, new architectural approaches, new interior features and layouts, and new environmental measures. Malibu, over the last two decades, has been proud to take its place in Toronto’s ever changing skyline – with iconic buildings designed to reflect the character of their neighbourhood while providing residents with modern amenities designed to compliment their lifestyles. Progressive, urban minded, and with an astute understanding of how life and style must interact.

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