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Westinghouse Lofts add to the mix at King Blue Condos

Jack Landau – Urban Toronto

As a new release of suites comes on stream at King Blue Condos by Easton’s Group and Remington Group, we are beginning to get a clearer picture of the building’s layout and features. King Blue, designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects will consist of two towers; a 44-storey, 399-unit first phase on the southern half of the site, and a 48-storey, 408-unit second phase to the north. While sales on the larger second phase have yet to launch, phase one is being fully marketed, now including loft suites in the podium levels.

While the north podium will incorporate two restored fa├žades of the art deco 6-storey Canadian Westinghouse Building, it’s in the south podium where the new suites, dubbed the Westinghouse Lofts, will be located. A new museum called Theatre Museum Canada focusing on the history of the country’s live theatre scene will take up the second storey of the podium.

Occupying floors 3 to 8 in phase one’s podium, Westinghouse Lofts at King Blue will feature industrial loft inspired units ranging from 455 to 953 square feet, containing high quality wood finishes and stainless steel appliances, as well as spacious 9 foot ceiling heights. The finishes further stray from the tower suites with granite countertops, glass shower stalls and designer vanities.

Though renderings of the loft interiors themselves have yet to be released, a look at the floorplans for Westinghouse Lofts reveal a wide selection of suite sizes and layouts including many two-bedroom suites, while one bedroom units predominate. The two-bedroom+media space floorplan seen below is just one of the many new floor plans in our King Blue dataBase listing.

While the marketing for King Blue is more directed at a young, hip demographic, the larger 2-bedroom suites on offer would would be a great fit for small families. Units at Westinghouse Lofts are priced ranging from $286,900 to $642,900. Judging by the buzz of activity seen at last week’s launch, it is safe to say that the brokers, investors, realtors and potential end-users have taken a keen interest in this new release.

Although sales for Westinghouse Lofts are in full swing, and much of the future development’s podium space has now been spoken for, veteran hotelier Steve Gupta may still have plans for a hotel to be included in the project’s north podium. When approached for comment at the launch for Westinghouse Lofts, Mr. Gupta’s daughter Shelley could not comment.

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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto Realtor with Century 21 Regal Realty. He did not
write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who are
interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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