Fleur Condos By Menkes Developments In Downtown Toronto
Fleur Condos is a new per-construction Condo project located at 60 Shuter street In Downtown Toronto. The Project Including condos units, Retail Shops. Fleur Condos Develop by Menkes Developments. Fleur Condos is a 29-storey tower building with total 370 Units.
Fleur Condos Highlight:
- located in the Heart area in City
- Close to subway station and Public transit
- step to the university of Toronto and Ryerson University
- many retail shoppes near by
- Supermarket at the door step.
DOWNTOWN EAST MARKET KEY POINTS
• Fastest Growing Submarket for New Development
• Absorptions are Strong and Trending Higher
• Market Conditions Support Price Growth
• Established Rental Market with Above Average Yields
• Scarce Opportunities for Multi-Phase Projects in the Core
At ground level, the Church and Shuter frontages are dominated by a double-height 503 m² retail space, with residential lobby access at the southeast corner of the podium on Shuter Street. While the street-level retail plan is generally maintained from the initial proposal—which called for a 523 m² space—the lower levels have otherwise been reconfigured.
The ground floor plan (click for a closer view), image via submission to the City of Toronto
In response to City concerns, the unit mix has also been altered, with the proportion of two-bedroom suites notably increased (from 6% to 27%), while a 10% allotment of three-bedroom units is carried over from the previous plan.
The south elevation, showing the flight path (in red) and the lot lines, image via submission to the City of Toronto
Aside from the somewhat uncommon massing strategy, further noteworthy elements set the proposal apart from Toronto’s typical development template. Beginning at the top, an unusual combination of residential and mechanical components crowns the tower (below). Forgoing the added height of a standalone mechanical level, the 29th storey features both mechanical elements and penthouse floor space. While the elevator overrun generally means that mechanical installations sit atop residential uses, the split-level penthouses (accessible by elevator from the 28th floor) allow for staircase access to the 29th level.
The 29th floor (click for a closer view), image via submission to the City of Toronto
At the lower levels, meanwhile, the north elevation’s first seven tower storeys—which are essentially built to the lot line—are clad in window-wall glazing. Like the mechanical/residential layout above, this configuration is an uncommon one, as windows directly overlooking a low-rise site can complicate the viability of neighbouring development. (For this reason, such facades are often left blank). At 60 Shuter, three heritage-listed properties border the the site on Church Street, and the air space above would presumably need to be protected to facilitate the tower’s north-facing windows.
The tower’s south elevation alongside Core Condos and St. Michael’s Cathedral, image via submission to the City of Toronto
Fleur Condos has a Walk Score of 99 out of 100. Transit score of 100 out of 100. This location is in the Church-Yonge Corridor neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Moss Park, Trinity Park and Labyrinth and Cloud Gardens.