Artists’ Alley is a brand new condominium development completing in the near future in downtown Toronto, Ontario near Dundas Street West and University Avenue. It’s now in the pre-building stage at 234 Simcoe St. and consists of 3 planned buildings designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects containing ground level retail units and with building heights of 54, 22, and 17 storeys.
The award-winning real estate development firm, Lanterra Developments, was established by Chairman Mark Mandelbaum in 1999. Barry Fenton is President and CEO. Both men are visionaries in their field who started with an idea to develop advanced, highly unique, downtown condominium developments. Lanterra Developments’ values comprise of innovative design, teamwork and ethics. Their vision is to create landmark urban condominium communities characterised by excellent surroundings, iconic design, comforts and advanced technologies; all things at incredible value. Their aim is to be the condominium contractor among intelligent home buyers who demand exceptional quality, standards and value.
Lanterra’s doctrine of an urban renaissance would be to put Toronto on the international forefront as the prodigal new city of the future comprising communities with eco-friendly sustainable living that is environmentally conscious. Their developments are located in the most desired places offering high-end living at an unbeatable price. Lanterra concentrates their residential developments on suite design, lifestyle comforts, architectural uniqueness, urban design, public artwork and environmental characteristics. Their Greater Toronto regional developments all illustrate these characteristics.
The firm that designed Artists’ Alley is Hariri Pontarini Architects. This company was founded in 1994, and located in Toronto, by Siamak Hariri and David Pontarini. Their common aim is quality design. They operate their Canadian design business committing to creating work of lasting worth with approximately seventy professionals now staffed at their company. Every project development in their distinctly scaled and award-winning portfolio represents the mission to create architectural and urban alternatives that surpass expectations.
Collectively, Hariri Pontarini Architects and Lanterra Developments have joined forces to design and develop downtown Toronto’s Artists’ Alley Condos, developing in the Grange Park neighbourhood which is situated very close to the Art Gallery of Ontario as well as OCAD University.