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The Nest Condominiums

Mid Rise 9 Storey Condominium in Trendy Hillcrest Village.The Nest Condos is a new condo project by The Rockport Group currently in preconstruction at St. Clair Avenue West & Hendrick Avenue in Toronto. The intimate mid rise condominium will have 9 storeys and 122 units.

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  1. 1. Broker Package
  2. 2. Fly home to Hillcrest. Located on St. Clair West in Toronto’s vibrant Hillcrest neighbourhood, The Nest is the perfect place to land. The building’s unique stepped design combines the organic appeal of a bird’s nest with a distinctly geometric sensibility. The Penthouse Collection tops off the residences; Upper and Lower penthouses feature beautiful one- and two-storey suites with 10ft high ceilings, several of which have their own private rooftop terraces.
  3. 3. High-flying design. Created by renowned Toronto firm II BY IV, The Nest’s lobby is your first taste of the design excellence that defines the entire building. A modern stylish space leads you in, opening up into a main level amenity space that features a fitness centre, an entertaining lounge with a full kitchen and fireplace, a doggy spa, where you can wash and groom your pet after a walk in one of the many surrounding green spaces.
  4. 4. A place you’ll want to call home. Boxes stacked on boxes, with an asymmetric feel that’s somehow both geometric and pleasingly random. The Fiber C clad balconies complement one another, evoking natural materials like stone, twigs and straw for a unique woven effect unlike anything else in the city.
  5. 5. Open air living. Spread out into the generous outdoor spaces that come with almost every suite. Unlike most condos, which typically have tiny balconies (or no outdoor space at all), The Nest has roomy balconies and expansive terraces that are perfect for private gardens, comfortable seating, barbecues, and idyllic summertime get-togethers with friends.
  6. 6. Room to roost. Large outdoor spaces dramatically increase your square footage and extend your living area into the open air. Every balcony and terrace features a gas connection, so all you have to do to enjoy a barbecue or dinner al fresco is open your door. Oversized terraces on levels 8 and 9 are also equipped with outdoor water connections, too, making it easy for green-thumbed residents to care for their gardens. The building’s top two levels define The Nest’s Penthouse Collection; beautiful residences in the sky with great views, and all the creature comforts you’d expect.
  7. 7. Amenities to enjoy. Walk in through the lofty lobby, and you’ll enter an amenities space that’s got all the comforts you need. Work up a sweat in the fully-equipped fitness centre, host a great event in the comfortable lounge, complete with a full kitchen and keep Fido looking his best in the convenient dog spa. Elevator Lobby Dog spa? Yes, you read that right. After you’ve gone for a long walk with your pup, clean the dirt off his paws in the dedicated doggie spa, located on the main level. It’s a great setup where you can wash and groom your dog without having to take him up to your unit. (Dirt is for the birds, after all.) Bicycle Parking Amenity Kitchen / Lounge DW F Pet Spa Concierge Lobby Outdoor Lounge Barrier Free W/C Gym Mail Janitor’s Closet CACF Barrier Free W/C
  8. 8. Soaring style. Cozy comfort. The expansive amenities area is made for entertaining. Your friends will love getting together in the sleek yet comfy lounge. It’s a perfect spot for flying solo, too – curl up on a couch with coffee and a good book in hand (a glass of wine works, too) while the warm sun streams in through the wall of floor-to-ceiling windows.
  9. 9. Blue-sky design. Wrapped in chic and sustainable German-engineered Fiber C cladding, most suite feature stepped, full-width terraces with plenty of outdoor living space. Popping in and out at seemingly random intervals, the articulated interplay of shapes evokes the tightly woven twigs and grasses of a bird’s nest, creating an organic aesthetic that’s warm, visually exciting and undeniably sophisticated. Your own personal aerie. Nestled atop the building is The Penthouse Collection. One- and two-storey layouts make the most of spectacular city views and feature large jutting terraces and other luxurious touches that will make you feel like you’re on top of the world.
  10. 10. An instinct for luxury. Head to the roof for a beautiful respite from the everyday. Featuring luxurious indoor and outdoor lounge areas, an art gallery and a green roof that’s your personal park in the sky, it’s the perfect place to unwind. BBQ Cooktop Cooktop BBQ Outdoor Built-in Kitchen Fire Pit Dining Area Lounge Area Gallery Green Roof Indoor Lounge Fireplace Pantry Fridge Lounge Area Cooktop DW Lounge Area Pantry Green Roof
  11. 11. Just the place to party with your peeps. Comfortable, chic and beautifully designed, The Nest’s rooftop amenities space is the ideal spot to get together with friends and shake your tail feathers. Featuring plenty of outdoor lounge style seating, a fire pit and a fully-equipped kitchen (with party-sized barbecues, naturally), it’s got summer entertaining written all over it.
  12. 12. The bathrooms at the nest offer a custom vanity with a quartz countertop, contemporary fixtures, undermounted rectangular sink, 12”x24” porcelain tile, one piece toilet and frameless shower as per plan
  13. 13. The Nest Kitchen offers integrated appliances, quartz countertop, glass backsplash, valence lighting and two tone european-inspired cabinetry, with islands as per plan.
  14. 14. Geothermal — Warm up to Green Living The Nest will be heated and cooled by geothermal energy, a clean, zero-emission system that harnesses heat from the earth as a source of energy that’s sustainable, renewable and remarkably affordable. There is no other source of energy that can compare. INFINITE ENERGY. It’s the perfect power source – clean, natural and unlimited. Once the system is installed, it provides an endless supply of energy that’s available all the time, every day, in every season. It reduces the need for fossil fuels and electricity, cutting out harmful greenhouse gases. So there’s no pollution. Just power. HEATING AND COOLING. Geothermal power is great for the planet, and that’s something that’s important to us. But it has another benefit, and that’s long-term energy and cost savings. The system saves money on monthly bills and frees them from fluctuating energy prices. And the system is guaranteed to last approximately 100 years. It’s great for the planet – and for your wallet. Now there’s a situation that’s completely win-win. HOW DOES GEOTHERMAL ENERGY WORK? Pipes are drilled deep into the ground, and conduct heat from below the earth. By tapping in below the frost line, into an area that always stays at the same temperature (around 55˚F), the system can use that steady temperature to heat or cool the building as needed. It’s an easy way to keep things comfortable without expending much energy. And unlike wind and solar, it’s constant, so you can always depend on it. Nothing else compares to geothermal energy in terms of how easy, clean and available it is. GREEN LIVING IN THE HEART OF THE CITY. The geothermal energy system is just one element of Rockport’s approach to wholebuilding sustainability. From a depth of 6 to 8 feet up to several hundred feet below ground. Special pipes circulate liquid and transfer heat to/from the ambient ground. The temperature stays at 55˚F all year round. The Nest exceeds the city’s green standards with multiple elements that decrease the carbon footprint, and make it a natural choice for clean urban living. Some of the green features at The Nest include: • Expansive green roof to reduce stormwater runoff, minimizes heat island effect and reoxygenate the air • Covered bicycle storage to encourage a healthy lifestyle • Comprehensive garbage/recycling/green bin program • Energy-efficient lighting for suites and common areas • Low VOC paints and non-toxic carpets in common areas • TTC transit at you doorstep • Energy efficient low-E windows • Energy Star™ Appliances • Low flow faucets, showerheads and toilets
  15. 15. Welcome to the neighbourhood. This neck of the woods is comfortably removed from the hectic pace of downtown – without being too far away from the places you love to play. It’s an easy walk or TTC ride to some of the city’s best neighbourhoods. Hillcrest Village Humewood-Cedarvale Forest Hill The Annex A mature neighbourhood that dates back to the 1800s, Hillcrest is populated with large turn-ofthe-century homes with original character and plenty of charm. Originally a large estate known as Bracondale Village, the area was divided up into an exclusive subdivision called Bracondale Hill Park in 1909. These days, it’s an undiscovered gem filled with independent shops, great restaurants and excellent green spaces. The St. Clair streetcar expansion has brought exciting new businesses to the area, and people are flocking to this urban village. This friendly, family-oriented neighbourhood has plenty of trendy restaurants, shops and cafes. There are wonderful eateries and groceries along Eglinton, where you can get some of the city’s best roti in the West Indian stretch along St. Clair. One of Toronto’s most prestigious neighbourhoods, old-world Forest Hill boasts some of the city’s biggest and most luxurious homes, with posh schools to match; Upper Canada College and Bishop Strachan School are two of the most revered private schools in the country. It’s the perfect neighbourhood for a run; quiet, lushly treed roads wind through gently sloping hills, and appealing parks and small pockets of green add quiet, stately charm. In cozy Forest Hill Village, you’ll find lots of coffee shops and boutiques, perfect for a Saturday afternoon wander. Bordering University of Toronto’s beautiful downtown campus, the Annex has historically been home to some of the city’s most interesting denizens. Richardsonian Romanesque and Victorian style mansions housed the city’s elite, including Timothy Eaton and George Gooderham. Today, you might see Margaret Atwood having coffee in a neighbourhood cafe, run into David Suzuki on a jog around the neighbourhood, or see Catherine O’Hara out for a walk – but you’re just as likely to see cash-strapped U of T students having all-you-can-eat sushi or enjoying a beer or two at one of the many local watering holes. It’s an eclectic area with no shortage of places to eat and things to do. There’s the ROM, lots of wallet-friendly food options, movies at the Bloor Cinema, high-end restaurants on Harbord, and the lush green spaces and gracious buildings of the university. Corso Italia Along St. Clair West between Westmount Avenue and the eastern edge of Earlscourt Park, you’ll find Corso Italia, Toronto’s most authentic Italian hub. When new waves of Italian immigrants arrived in the city in the 1950s, they moved north to St. Clair and set up the Italian groceries, cafes and restaurants that give the area its European charm. Take a walk to all the wonderful clothing shops, gelaterias and coffee places, or stop by a bar to watch the game and cheer on your favourite soccer team. Casa Loma Named for Henry Pellatt’s famed castle, the gracious Casa Loma neighbourhood is an intimate enclave of large Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian and English Cottage style homes, with luxury towns and condos thrown into the mix. Romantic and lovely, it’s filled with ravines and green spaces, big old trees, and some of the most beautiful homes in the city. It’s a great spot for a little shopping, too – head to Bathurst and St. Clair for gourmet food stores, high-end boutiques and a wide range of professional services. Oakwood North of St. Clair, between Corso Italia and Humewood, there’s up-and-coming Oakwood. Popular with couples and young families, it’s a relatively affordable, family-friendly community filled with vibrant restaurants, boutiques and cafes, many of which offer great ethnic fare that reflects the area’s Caribbean, Philipino and Latin heritage. In summertime, the area is host to the Lauder Beer Festival, as well as the growing Oakwood Village Arts Festival, which features music, theatre, dance, creative writing, art and more. St. Clair Streetcar 2007 saw the completion of the first phase of the massive St. Clair West streetcar redevelopment. Since then, local residents and businesses have really benefitted from the efficiency of the dedicated streetcar line. The future is bright for St. Clair West, opening up the area for further gentrification and improving the ease and convenience of travelling to the downtown core.
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  17. 17. Wychwood Barns Created in a series of repurposed 19th century TTC streetcar maintenance buildings, Wychwood Barns is now a unique artistic complex and community cultural hub that’s the pride of the neighbourhood – and a favourite destination of Torontonians from across the city. Run by Artscape, an organization dedicated to finding spaces for arts and culture, this unique 60,000 square foot facility is home to an exciting cross-section of artists and non-profit groups.
  18. 18. The Rockport Group The Rockport Group is a developer with a long list of successful residential communities, and a reputation as a master builder that does everything with an unsurpassed level of commitment, professionalism, quality and commitment to customer service. In business for over 50 years, they have built townhomes, estate communities, retirement residences including The Brockstone Village East and Walnut Lane in Pickering, Harmony in Scarborough, and the On Bogart Pond community in Newmarket. 1 2 3 1. Ridgewood II 2. Ridgewood Interior 3. 21 Clairtrell
  19. 19. Raw Design Winner of the Ontario Association of Architects’ award for Best Emerging Practice in 2009, RAW truly has come to the forefront of Toronto building design, creating projects that have become the benchmark for design excellence, both here and around the world. Under the creative direction of award-winning architect Roland Rom Colthoff, RAW produces fresh, innovative designs that are unlike anything else being done in the city right now. They push the boundaries of urban form to create amazing structures that are beautiful – and beautifully sustainable. JanetRosenberg&Studio Janet Rosenberg & Studio is one of Canada’s most highly regarded landscape architecture firms. Established in 1983, their portfolio of work includes master planning, design and project management for numerous government, institutional, academic, commercial and residential clients. The firm has been honoured with over 70 major awards, and their commissions have been published regionally, nationally and internationally. Founding Principal Janet Rosenberg is an avid proponent of environmental sustainability and is regularly sought out to share her passion, commitment, and knowledge at industry conferences, design review panels and lectures. Janet is supported by a staff of twenty experienced professionals, including a certified Green Roof Professional. II BY IV One of Toronto’s top design shops and one of the best 50 design firms in the world, II BY IV Design Associates have won over 200 international awards for their work, and are in constant demand for their inspired design. Founders Dan Menchions and Keith Rushbrook have an in-depth understanding of the ways in which great design can enhance urban lifestyles and create functional, sophisticated spaces – their credo is “Design magically, think practically.” Their work can be seen all across Canada, the US and the Caribbean, and even in international waters; II BY IV recently designed the ship interiors of the world’s top luxury cruise line, Crystal Cruises. The firm has been featured in TV productions and publications all around the world.
  20. 20. Presentation Centre Opening This Fall 784 St. Clair Avenue West in Hillcrest Village Toronto, Ontario CANADA 416.223.0003 Renderings are an artist’s impression. All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E.