Located across the street from the Daniel Libeskind-designed crystal at the Royal Ontario Museum, the Roy Varacalli-designed Exhibit is divided into four cubes, sheathed in fritted glass, and offset several degrees from each other. The angled cubes interact with the ROM's neighbouring crystalline forms. The new Toronto Exhibit Condominium Residences is brought to you by Bazis International Developers, a notable builder of iconic and landmark highrise towers in the GTA area.
The Exhibit Definitive Residences will have cutting edge architecture, great curb appeal, a glass and steel façade and numerous in tower amenities for residents.
Cube One - open concept south facing suites overlooking the ROM and Bloor Street. European-inspired kitchens with Miele appliances. Residents living in this cube will have the convenience of parking their car on the same level as their suite.
Cube Two and Three - same qualities as Cube one with added benefit of many suites offering magnificently proportioned oversize terraces and everlasting and protected panoramic views overlooking south and north.
Cube Four - most breathtaking everlasting panoramic views in all directions. Suites will enjoy wrap-around windows, balconies and grand oversize terraces as well as European-inspired kitchens outfitted with Subzero, Wolf, and Miele appliances.
Some of the incredible amenities at the new Toronto Exhibit Definitive Residences -include a
Type - Skyscraper
Designation - Commercial and Condominium
Commercial - 1,186m² (12,766f²)
Floors - 32
Underground Floors - 1
Height - 100m (328.08f)
Units - 200
Number of 1 Bedroom suites - 58
Number of 2 Bedroom suites - 125
Number of Residential Suites - 183
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