Freed Developments & Capital Developments
Janet Rosenberg & Studio (Landscape Architect)
Architects Alliance (aA) (Architect)
Cecconi Simone (Interior Designer)
TGS Tier 1
Photography Credit: Renderings by Designstor
The Art Shoppe Condos are about ‘the art of change’, “reflecting Freed Developments’ quest to continue innovating and pushing the envelope in developing Toronto’s most sought-after condominium and loft projects.”
Today, as more people choose to live in dense urban centres, public outdoor space and a connection to our environment plays an increasingly important role in the design of our urban habitats. Places to escape from the glamour of city life, to seek the relief of fresh air and open space, these amenities are vital to our well-being and quality of life.
Located at 2131 Yonge St., the “Art Shoppe®” Condos are about ‘the art of change’, reflecting Freed Developments’ quest to continue innovating and pushing the envelope in developing Toronto’s most sought-after condominium and loft projects.
On the third level a lush courtyard framed by a garden wall of boxwood hedges and lined with statuesque trees, offering a tranquil retreat for relaxing or an inspiring setting for yoga. A series of organic-shaped sculptural benches provides a playful perch to lounge. This cloud-like seating, along with other modern touches such as polished stainless steel ring planters, offsets the elegant formal geometry of the courtyard plan.
The thirteenth level maintains a rich array of amenities. Activities such as entertaining, working out or simply unwinding from the stresses of the day are all meticulously considered and enhanced by the surrounding environment. The infinity pool is one of the longest in the city, and is set against the backdrop of a breathtaking view of the skyline. It compliments a serene, intimate light-filled space where fitness classes and fireside lounge gatherings can take place, and most importantly, indoors and outdoors seemingly become one.