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Buyers at Glen Hill can bring along “their grand pianos” and room will be allocated for “kosher kitchens that need more space and storage,” he says. “The bedrooms are also larger than average.”
Studio Munge, a firm known for their dynamic designs at condo projects such as No.7 Rosedale and 50 Scollard, is overseeing the interiors.
There will be two lobbies that feature leather-clad walls, custom-cut marble floors with a metal inlay, and natural-stone columns.
“Because the footprint of the building is so large, we did two lobbies to provide privacy, and two elevators on either side,” says Mandelbaum.
Outfitted in cabanas, the ninth-floor pool is also luxurious. Similar amenities include a lower-level indoor pool with hot tub, wet and dry saunas, and a massage room. There’s also fitness facilities and a library.
Suites, meanwhile, sport kitchens with granite countertops and designer cabinetry, and the bathrooms — some with soaker tubs — ensure residents aren’t pining for the grand houses they’re leaving behind.
“Our tagline is ‘home, community, neighbourhood,’” says Mandelbaum. “What we mean by that is that it’s a real home, not just a place to hang your hat and put a bed. These are like houses, where people can feel comfortable,” he says.
“It’s also a community,” he says, “because it’s a mixed-use project with the hotel and retail” – 1,200 square feet of it is planned at street level.
The nearest subway line – Glencairn station – is five minutes away for downtown access. Yorkdale, the Allen Expressway and the 401 are minutes away.
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