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Interior | Concept & Unbuilt

The Residences of Central Park



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In a world threatened by the climate crisis, the Residences at Central Park promises a beacon of hope for the future. Tucked in Toronto’s protected ravine system and connected to one of the city’s hip urban neighborhoods, it is a vibrant nexus—focused on wellness and sustainability. This ambitious 12-acre master-planned community connects urban—elegant restaurants, sought-after retail, major highways, and convenient public transit—to a network of beautiful trails. Rising 31-storey in the sky, the design for the first of five residential towers breaks away from the conventions with its organic, leaflike architectural details on the soaring facades. Bright and calm, the interiors evoke wellness, comfort, and luxury. A timeless composition of elements, materials, and furnishings in warm tones and delightful textures create an expansive-yet-intimate feel. The precise attention to detail and quality cohesively begins at the entrance, continuing to the resort-like amenities and offering an urban oasis in each suite. They include carefully-designed living areas, spa-inspired bathrooms, and stylish kitchens. A harmonious composition of quality finishes like natural stone, customized millwork, and metal details sit against the floor-to-ceiling windows with generous balconies. Beyond, the captivating views present a picturesque frame of the lush ravine, heavily forested residential neighbourhoods, and the city’s skyline. Forward-thinking, this development, set to be completed in 2026, incorporates industry-leading environmental and sustainable initiatives for a clean, energy-efficient style of living. These green initiatives include reflective solar panels, Green roofs, thermal building envelope, next-generation mechanical system, direct access to public transit, on-site bicycle/car-share service, and EV (electric vehicle) charging stations for every spot in residential and visitor parking spaces, promoting safe, clean travel—free of emissions. The suites are equipped with low water—and electrical—systems/appliances. There are also provisions for cutting-edge automation, enabling residents to control temperature, lighting, or other items from their smartphones.


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Location:Toronto - Canada
Lead designerDan Menchions and Keith Rushbrook
Photography creditsYusef R. Frasier, supergraphiq
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