Fashion House has an iconic 150-foot frontage on King Street (560 King St W). Freed Developments has opted to celebrate King Street’s heritage as a fashion district. Fashion House is a modern 12-storey structure, designed by Toronto’s Core Architects, is a series of stacked glass and steel boxes which wrap around the historic three-storey Toronto Silverplate building, restored to its 1882 beauty. Initially Fashion House was meant to have 14 floors (the City said no to 14 floors), and uniform lipstick-red curtains lining the floor-to-ceiling windows. Suites will use modern built-ins to act as room dividers. Fashion House will house retail and restaurants on its ground level.
A sky-park complete with a swimming pool promises to be the height of fashion. Dashing lipstick-red window coverings on the building’s exteriors (all of which shine a crisp, clean white inside) complete the fashion-forward design statement.
Project Type: 12 storeys, 334 residential condos Retail: Main level Location: Toronto’s Fashion District King West Architect: Core Architects Inc. Landscape Architect: GH3 Designs Interior Design: Studio CK Status: Under construction, 85% sold
There are still suites remaining, ranging in size from 464 sq ft to 1566 sq ft. Prices range from $304,900 to $1,019,000.
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