It's been a while since we last had an update from ION Condos, our development at Keele and Wilson Avenue.
If you're condo hunting at Keele and Wilson Avenue, then don't miss our latest promotion for ION Condominium Residences. Along with Fernbrook Homes, we've newly released one bedroom and a den with fresh modern suites starting from $189,999 at ION.
Visit the live CHIN radio broadcast from the ION presentation centre this Sunday, July 22 at 1055 Wilson Avenue. If you buy on Sunday, you'll receive free parking for all one bedroom and larger units. Plus, there will be a free storage locker to the first ten people to buy on that day.
Be sure to ask us about our limited time purchaser promotion, a $12,000 credit on closing. (See sales representative for details. Prices, terms and specifications subject to change without notice.)
ION will sit directly across from the new Humber River Regional Hospital scheduled for completion in 2015. Not only will this be one of Canada's largest regional acute care hospitals, but it will also be North America's first fully digital hospital.
The ION sales office will be open during these hours:
Monday to Thursday: 12pm - 7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
For more information:
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Maria Crignano, director of décor at Cityzen, is working hard with her team to create the perfect colour and décor finishes for ION condo purchasers. Purchasers will have opportunity to choose between a number of beautiful and chic standard and upgraded finishes soon.
The scheduling of colour selection appointments is underway and the décor team is excited to start turning these condos into homes starting June 25, 2012.
Did you know that we still have great suites available at ION? For more information visit www.ioncondo.ca or call us at 416-633-2737.
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This past weekend we held our special Preview Opening for ION Condos at our sales centre at Keele and Wilson in Downsview.
We had over 300 people visit us over the weekend and we are delighted to announce that we are almost 70% sold, which we think speaks to the ongoing strength of Toronto's condo market.
The Cityzen blog team caught up with Principal Sam Crignano at the event to get his thoughts on what ION will be bringing to the area. Check out our video chat and pictures of the event below.
A huge thanks to everyone who made it out and fought off the chilly weather!
We still have plenty of great suites available so if you want to find out more about this fantastic project, visit www.ioncondo.ca.
For now, here are the renderings, and we also had a quick chat with Mark Zwicker of Architecture Unfolded, the architecture firm behind Ion, to get some insight into what the look and feel of the project will be.
Check out the below renderings and details of what's in store for the look of the newest condominium project from Cityzen and Fernbrook Homes.
The building is broken into three distinct masses to break up the bulk of the building, making it look more vertical than horizontal. The taller north-west corner creates a focal point at the front of the building as one enters the site from Wilson Ave.
The base (existing garage) is clad in a mix of black brick and glass in order to hide the existing above grade garage from the street; the podium becomes an integral part of the design of the building rather than an afterthought.
The building steps back from the east to create large terraces; the terraces are lined by planters to introduce a soft, green edge to the hard lines of the glass clad building.
The building entrance is marked by a tall glass volume wrapped in a red steel structure that creates interesting shadows inside the lobby.
An intimate courtyard is created by the “C” shape of the building; units overlook the landscaped area below that features terraces, BBQ, lounge, and dining areas.
We'll be back soon with a more in-depth look at the building with Mark, as well as the latest updates on the project as they happen.