TORONTO — Concord has announced a contest to promote the Secret Garden pop-up amenity associated with its 79-storey, double-tower Concord Canada House project in downtown Toronto.
The Secret Garden is said to be a nod to the Hermes rooftop garden Un Jardin sur le Toit in Paris. The pop-up is located at the Downtown Toronto Concord Presentation Centre and is billed as an “illustration of Concord Canada House’s signature indoor/outdoor living space,” explained a recent release.
Guests of the appointment-only Secret Garden will experience floral accents from Stemz installed inside the space and onto the balcony. The facility will also feature a custom marble infinity table from Avissa Design. Meals will be co-ordinated by Team Canada pastry chef Calvin Wat and drinks are from mixologist Henrik Tonning.
“We created the Secret Garden to give purchasers a chance to experience an immersive sanctuary; a place to feel inspired about the indoor/outdoor space offered at Concord Canada House,” said Isaac Chan, vice-president of sales and marketing at Concord Adex. “Toronto is a very sophisticated real estate market and our clients expect more. With this project, we challenged ourselves to create an urban oasis for our guests, one that matches the tone and feel of Concord Canada House.”
Consumers can visit ConcordExperience.com to find out more about the Concord Canada House build and to enter the Secret Garden Contest for their chance to win a culinary experience for two inside the Secret Garden.
Concord Pacific has more than 40,000 units built or currently under development and is Canada’s largest urban community builder.