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Natasha The Residences unveiled by Lanterra Developments

Natasha The Residences unveiled by Lanterra Developments

TORONTO — Lanterra Developments recently unveiled its newest project, Natasha The Residences in Toronto, inspired by NKPR founder Natasha Koifman.

The 47-storey highrise is located at 263 Adelaide St. W., steps from where Koifman opened her first NKPR office 20 years ago and two minutes from her current headquarters, states the release, adding it will have the mantra of “turn life on,” inspired by Koifman’s outlook of living life to its fullest.

Lanterra Developments recently unveiled Natasha The Residences, a 47-storey highrise on Adelaide Street West in Toronto.
LANTERRA DEVELOPMENTS — Lanterra Developments recently unveiled Natasha The Residences, a 47-storey highrise on Adelaide Street West in Toronto.

Designed by Canadian architecture firm BDP Quadrangle, the south-facing side of the development will have soft curves reflective of a feminine silhouette, while architectural panelling will give the north side a sleek masculine look, reflective of a luxury timepiece, adds the release.
Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge developed interiors that “convey sophistication and vibrancy through a contrasting palette” and public spaces will be feature pieces by acclaimed artists.

Amenities include a sky lobby for residents on the sixth floor with concierge; a fitness centre with individual workout pods and virtual instructors; media content studio equipped for film, photo, audio and social media production; a spa with an infrared sauna; a pizza kitchen and Korean-inspired barbecue tables; a social lounge that duals as a launderette; co-working spaces catered for home-office residents; and a concert piano room.

Sales for Natasha The Residences are expected to commence late this summer starting in the $500,000s.

 

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