Updated: Jan 2
Lanterra’s latest design, a collaboration between Miami architects Arquitectonica and interior designers Studio Munge, is filled with character
Over the past few years, The Distillery District has emerged as one of the most desirable neighbourhoods to live in Toronto—and not just for Torontonians looking to snap Instagrams in front of the famous Gooderams and Worts sign. The neighbourhood is almost surreally picturesque and has a historic story that tops nearly every other landmark in the city, but lately it’s become even more of a creative, cultural and technological hub for downtown residents. Lanterra’s latest project perfectly reflects the area’s unique, history-driven design sensibilities and provides modern, practical amenities tailored to downtown residents. And there’s good news for anyone who’s ever dreamed to live in the iconic neighbourhood: pre-construction sales have officially launched, and you can sign up to register now.
No. 31 Condos, which will be located at 31 Parliament Street, is a collaboration between a couple powerhouse, award-winning firms: Miami-based architect firm Arquitectonica, who’s behind innovative projects like the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Festival Walk in Hong Kong; and Studio Munge, the Toronto interiors firm behind residential and commercial projects including Byblos Uptown the William Vale Hotel in New York. Lanterra themselves are one of Toronto’s top developers, and are responsible for some of the city’s most coveted buildings and areas, including the Toy Factory Lofts, ICE Condos, One Bedford on Bloor and Maple Leaf Square.