Distillery District

No. 31 condo coming to Toronto’s Distillery District

Saturday, November 2, 2019

No. 31 will be a 41-storey residential tower at 31 Parliament Street in the Distillery District. With glass facades and brick framing, the building will fit into the neighbourhood’s mix of old and new.

The Lanterra Developments’ venture will offer resident’s access to Sugar Beach, the new SmartTrack, TTC stations and downtown amenities. Suites range from studios to three-bedrooms, between 350 to 1,079 square feet, with prices starting in the high $400,000s.

“The aesthetic of this project was inspired by the mix of elegant and edgy qualities of the Distillery District,” says Mark Mandelbaum, chairman of Lanterra Developments. “Our vision for No. 31 is to create a community that has the beauty and grace of a European sidewalk, with a creative and dynamic essence you would find walking the streets of New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood.”

Architects include Arquitectonica and IBI Group. Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge will provide the interiors, a mix of dark earth tones, exposed brick and pipping elements.

“We were inspired by the immediate design elements around us within the Distillery District when planning the look of No.31,” says Munge. “We wanted to bring these attributes to the project through clean lines, merging contemporary and modern kitchen touches, and incorporating a palette of dark earth tones mixed with organic textures to showcase personality and style.”

The lifestyle condo is being described as a convergence of art, culture, history and style, with a number of shared space features planned. A fitness centre with a yoga studio, a pet spa, a unisex dry sauna and a reflective pavilion with a sunken fire pit are in the works. Plus, a multi-purpose party room, a children’s play area and an indoor pool with floor-to-ceiling windows will also be built there. The pool will offer views of Lake Ontario and the Distillery District.

For more information, please visit www.31condominiums.com

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