Medallion Capital Group has broken ground at 260 High Park Church Lofts and Residences, a re-envisioned Alhambra Church, on the southwest corner of Annette St. and High Park Ave.
The design retains and repurposes the elements that are of historical value in the heritage building, while introducing a new addition massed sensitively around the main sanctuary.
“The project is over 70 per cent sold. High Park area is an esteemed part of the west end of Toronto and a thriving community – from the beautiful park just minute away, to the Bloor West Village and Dundas West neighbourhoods, there’s a ton of character making it such a desired place to live. We recognized these attributes and wanted to develop something unique but still beautiful,” said Chris Giamou, Medallion Capital President and Co-Founder
According to Medallion Co-Founder Mike Giamou, the development features 55 suites that range from 632 to 2,567 s. and 15 Church Loft suites that range from 837 to 3,081 sf.
The building is equipped with a courtyard entrance, 24/7 concierge services, a multi-purpose lounge with two-way fireplace, full custom built-in kitchens, complete fitness centre, and a custom landscaped rooftop area with lounge seating, barbecue and fire pit.
The project team includes Finegold Alexander Architects, Turner Fleischer, ERA Architects, MEP Design and U31.
The 260 High Park Presentation Centre is located at 2150 Bloor Street West.