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Lanterra breaks ground on Toronto’s Glenhill Condos

TORONTO — Lanterra Developments has announced groundbreaking on its Glenhill Condominiums project at the corner of Bathurst Street and Glencairn Avenue in Toronto. 

The nine-storey luxury boutique building will include a hotel with 22 suites as well as 1,020 square metres of retail/commercial space at the ground level. It will house a total of 113 units, comprised of two- and three-bedroom units. 

The groundbreaking ceremony was held Oct. 3.

The residences will range from 1,000 square feet to over 5,000 square feet with pricing from $1,019,900 to over $6 million. Architecture is by IBI Group with interiors by Studio Munge.

Design features include marble floors and columns clad with natural stone; suites with eight- or nine-foot ceilings; and two lobbies with a parcel delivery room.

Amenities include 24-hour concierges with porter services, a lower-level indoor pool with hot tub, wet and dry saunas, a massage room and a ninth-floor outdoor pool on a terrace.

Personal training, a yoga studio, fitness facilities and a library are also available to residents.

LANTERRA — Studio Munge founder and design director Alessandro Munge (left) and Mark Mandelbaum, chairman of Lanterra Developments, celebrated the construction launch of Glenhill Condominiums in Toronto Oct. 3.

Source: Daily Commercial News

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