87 Peter By Menkes Developments Ltd , Toronto Condos

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Noir Condos at 87 Peter Street presented by Menkes Development and partner, Capitol Buildings in one of the last remaining lots available in the Entertainment District. The 49 storey tower locates at south of Adelaide Street, immediate north of King Street. It consists of 546 units, 5 level underground parking with 189 spaces for resident and 103 spaces for commercial. Commercial and retail are at ground.

Noir Condos will be located right in the heart of the Entertainment District, a booming area for young professionals who are looking to live where they work and play. The Entertainment District is the centre of it all; it is home to the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thompson Hall, the Princess of Wales Theatre, and is within walking distance to the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre. It is certain chic urban living with a cool city vibe. Mysterious, flirtatious, intoxicating. That’s the power of Noir.

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87 Peter By Menkes Developments Ltd , Toronto Condos

  1. 1. 87 Peter is a spectacular new condo that sets the standard for downtown living. On Peter Street near King, it’s in a prime location in the heart of one of the world’s most dynamic cities. An array of hotel-style amenities appeal to your luxurious lifestyle. Spacious suites maximize your living environment with open concept designs and intelligent use of space. Views from the floor-to-ceiling windows and staggered balconies go on forever. Importantly, Menkes’ unparalleled commitment to quality and impeccable attention to detail is evident throughout. In fact, every aspect of this condo has been designed for the way you want to live today. 87 Peter is ready for you. Are you ready? 5 Menkes builds life storeys 6 The look of 87 Peter 8 87 Peter Amenities 16 Neighbourhood 20 Skyline Views Contents
  2. 2. menkes.com 5 MENKES BUILDS LIFE STOREYS Our life storey began over 60 years ago. Menkes was founded by Murray Menkes. Visionary. Entrepreneur. Businessman. He wanted his life storey to be about building single-family homes that delivered outstanding quality and lasting value. Before long he was building not just beautiful homes but entire master-planned communities. Today, Menkes continues to raise the standard for outstanding quality design and superior value as a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary real estate development company. Elegant family homes that exude character and charm; exclusive luxury condominiums infused with stunning amenities; and highly coveted office and industrial space, all set in prime locations. Recent Menkes projects include the magnificent splendor of Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences, the modern of Pears on the Avenue, the fresh and funky style of Fabrik at Richmond and Spadina, the remarkable vibrancy of 365 Church, and the unbeatable convenience of Gibson Square in North York that’s right on the subway line. Let us bring our passion for superior design and lasting value to your life storey at 87 Peter.Harbour Plaza South Core Financial District Four Seasons Yorkville 365 Church Toronto Pears Yorkville Fabrik Fashion District Gibson Square North York
  3. 3. menkes.com 7 Architect Babak Eslahjou had a brilliant vision for 87 Peter. This stunning new residence is a tall glass tower anchored with a stone podium at the base that pays respect to older heritage buildings next door. So it stands out from its neighbours without ignoring them. The articulation of balcony location gives you as a resident a greater sense of outdoor private space. Your own little piece of privacy in the sky. 87 Peter has the most breathing room around it and the most unobstructed views. THE LOOK OF 87 Peter
  4. 4. menkes.com 9 PRIVATE DINING KITCHEN EXTERIOR AMENITY TERRACE BBQ AREA TREATMENT& MANIPEDIROOM WOMEN’S CHANGEROOM RECREATION COORDINATOR MEN’S CHANGEROOM WATERWALL SHOWERS TREATMENT TUBS WATER PULSE BED WATERBLADE EXTERIOR AMENITY TERRACE CARDIO ROOMPROPERTY MGMT. BAR WEIGHT ROOMYOGA ROOM BILLIARDS THEATRE LOUNGE OPEN LOUNGE MEDIA/ PARTY ROOM PARTY ROOM STEAM ROOM ELEVATOR LOBBY BILLIARDS ENTERTAINMENT AREA FITNESS CENTRE SPA AREA BBQ AREA PRIVATE DINING KITCHEN EXTERIOR AMENITY TERRACE BBQ AREA TREATMENT& MANIPEDIROOM WOMEN’S CHANGEROOM RECREATION COORDINATOR MEN’S CHANGEROOM WATERWALL SHOWERS TREATMENT TUBS WATER PULSE BED WATERBLADE EXTERIOR AMENITY TERRACE CARDIO ROOMPROPERTY MGMT. BAR WEIGHT ROOMYOGA ROOM BILLIARDS THEATRE LOUNGE OPEN LOUNGE MEDIA/ PARTY ROOM PARTY ROOM STEAM ROOM ELEVATOR LOBBY BILLIARDS AMENITIES PETERSTREET
  5. 5. menkes.com 11 Party Room Fitness Bar Massage Lobby Water Spa Terrace Billiards Lounge
  6. 6. menkes.com 13 PATH ENTRANCE (METRO HALL) RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM SCOTIA BANK THEATRE ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO ROUNDHOUSE PARK SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 87 Peter puts you on the map PATH ENTRANCE (METRO HALL) RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM SCOTIA BANK THEATRE ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO ROUNDHOUSE PARK SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
  7. 7. menkes.com 15 * connection Downtown Toronto Facts University Health Network – 4 hospitals downtown with 14,000 Employees. Office Space – only 3.9% vacancy (CBRE). 9 out of 10 new jobs created were Downtown. 446,800 jobs in the area accounting for 1 out of every 3 jobs. 1,890 new establishments, including office and retail. 6 Class A office towers completed in totalling 4.4 million SF (CBRE). The largest employment area in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. A net increase of 31,600 jobs created. Nearby Q3 2013 2012 2012 2011-2012 2009-2011 2007-2012 Buildings under Construction/Future Projects BremnerTower* 706, 636 SF (Q3 2014) Marsh & McLennan (257,000 SF), SNC-Lavalin (75,000 SF), Apple (50,000 SF) RBC WaterPark Place* 933,020 SF (Q3 2014) RBC anchor tenant (600,000 SF), Cisco (100,000 SF) Queen Richmond Centre West 235,581 SF (Q1 2015) Sapient Corporation (50,000 SF) 16York Street* 800,000 SF (Q3 2015) Bay Adelaide Centre East* 1,017,826 SF (Q1 2016) Deloitte (419,000 SF), Borden Ladner Gervais (166,000 SF) One York* 800,000 SF Office, 200,000 Retail (Q2 2016) – HOOPP (132,000 SF) 100 Adelaide Street West* 905,700 SF (Q1 2017) Ernst & Young (255,000 SF), TMX Group (157,000 SF) Globe and Mail Centre (462,000 Office, 18,000 Retail) – First Gulf Corporation (50,000 SF), Globe and Mail (130,000 SF) Mirvish+Gehry proposed development Over 100,000 SF of multi-level retail and approximately 40,000 SF of office space Sample of Businesses and Employers in Toronto Entertainment District • Bell Media Headquarters • Canadian House & Home • CBC Headquarters • CitiBank Canada • City of Toronto (Metro Hall) • Coca-Cola Canada • Google Toronto • Myriad of financial, legal, communications, design and creative firms • Ontario College of Art & Design • RBCDexia • Sunlife Financial • theScore, Inc. • Toronto International Film Festival • Walt Disney Company Canada • WSIB Head Office • Zip Car (head office Toronto) Area Employment & Resident Facts • 52,000 Job Opportunities in Entertainment District, which is the new West Financial District (as of 2009) • 24,250 New Job Opportunities coming to West Financial District (as of 2012) • 1 Cultural Corridor - plans by the City of Toronto to redevelop the John Street Corridor in the Entertainment District into a pedestrian-priority “Cultural Corridor” for art, entertainment and cultural activities • Population increased by 86% from 2006 to 2011 with 97% of the population aged 15 and over • 71% population have a post-secondary degree – a highly educated district with residents working mainly in professional, finance, educational, and information & cultural industries
  8. 8. menkes.com 17 Food glorious food All your favourite foods can be found at restaurants within blocks of 87 Peter. Plus, some of the best outdoor patios in the city are right here and along King Street West. Grab the shades, catch some rays and check out the passing parade. Get around town 87 Peter is a hip hop heartbeat away from anything and everything. Major offices and business are all so close, you can probably walk to work. Or ride a bike. TTC streetcars run along Queen and King Street in an unending stream. St. Andrew subway station is just a few blocks away; as is Union Station, Toronto’s grand central commuter hub. And when you want to get out of town, you just head straight down Peter Street onto Blue Jays Way and you’re on Lake Shore Blvd. or the Gardiner Expressway. Nothing is too far from 87 Peter.
  9. 9. menkes.com 19 Creative culture Sensational shopping One block over from 87 Peter is the John Street Cultural Corridor. Here you’ll find the iconic Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design. Major travelling exhibitions touch down here. Artist’s studios and small art galleries dot the neighbouring streets. Get on the right invite lists and you can go from one wine and cheese opening to the next. Let’s not forget about shopping. Want to see what’s hot this season? Just take a stroll along Queen Street West. Cutting-edge fashion, trends and colours are out on the streets. It’s called the Entertainment District There’s big Broadway-style productions at the Royal Alexandra and Princess of Wales, special events and the orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall, opera and ballet at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. Movies, movies, and more movies at TIFF Bell Lightbox and the Ontario Cinematique. The Ballroom with sports & bowl & rock’n roll. Live music at the Horsehoe Tavern, the Rivoli, the Music Gallery … and the list of events just goes on and on. If you’re into sports, there’s the Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, BMO Field and Ricoh Coliseum. Pick your favourite pro sport, they’re all right here, right next to 87 Peter.
  10. 10. West view from the 40th floor East view from the 40th floor menkes.com 21 South view from the 40th floor North view from the 40th floor
  11. 11. menkes.com facebook.com/MenkesLife @MenkesLife

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