Graywood Developments announces a contemporary mid-rise residence in midtown Toronto

Midtown Toronto’s Lawerence Avenue West neighbourhood will be home to Graywood Developments’ new 9-storey mid-rise boutique condominium. The condo will back onto the Douglas Greenbelt park, with 40 per cent of the land given to public use.

Rendering Courtesy of urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/250-lawrence-west

“In consultation with the City of Toronto, we are naturalizing a portion of the Douglas Greenbelt and re-establishing a southern and eastern access to the ravine park. Residents at 250 Lawrence and fellow community members will soon be able to utilize this considerable natural public green space, increasing the appeal and vibrancy of this upscale corridor of midtown Toronto,” said Neil Pattison, Vice-President Development at Graywood Developments.

Located east of Avenue Road, Graywood Developments’ 250 Lawrence building features a collection of one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom suites that offer a contemporary spin on mid-century modern architecture and design.

“250 Lawrence is really about breaking barriers, physically, and encouraging a flow of interconnectedness at the intersection of Lawrence and Avenue,” said Pattison.

Designed by Toronto firm Quadrangle Architects, 250 Lawrence is a sleek structure with a bold geometric form, and an expansive terrace. The boutique building is equipped with a dog-friendly spa, approximately 200 spaces for bicycles, and a porte-cochère entryway.

Rendering Courtesy of urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/250-lawrence-west

Residents will live moments away from green spaces such as the Chatsworth Ravine and Blythwood Ravine Park.

The interiors of 250 Lawrence are the work of interior design firm The Patton Design Studio. Materials such as stone, polished and matte porcelain, glazed ceramics, and wood are prominent components, with a variety of carefully planned lighting, textures, and eco-friendly, durable finishes.

“There is a certain ‘tradition and grace’ to Bedford Park, yet also it’s a friendly, modern neighbourhood,” said The Patton Design Studio Principal and Interior Designer Bryon Patton. “The overall look of 250 Lawrence is clean with a reference to the past, which is great for the more mature purchaser and while still maintaining a minimalist, in-trend appeal for a younger market.”

Embedded in a prime residential area, just nine kilometres away from Toronto’s downtown core, 250 Lawrence remains conveniently connected to the GTA.

“250 Lawrence is the latest in a series of neighbourhood-driven mid-rise developments by Graywood. Following the success of Wonder and Scout Condos in Toronto, we’ve seen first-hand the growing demand for this product type,” said President and CEO of Graywood Developments Stephen Price. ”Similar to its predecessors, 250 Lawrence is all about connectivity and ensuring the building is inspired by and mindful of its surroundings.”

You might also like

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

single-podcasts