T o r o n t oI S   F U L L O FL I F ECanada’s largest city, North America’s fifth largest metropolis and the world’s leadi...
L ive   L ife           t o  the         F ullestOnce in a lifetime, there comes an opportunitythat distills the best of e...
T H E   L I F EO F   T H E   P A R T YLife Condominiums is all about celebrating life to the fullest, with a range ofhealt...
A M E N I T Y   P L A N                          ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
L O B B YILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
P a r ty          R o o m      ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
P a r ty          R o o m      ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
ROY THOMPSON HALL                                                                                                    AIR C...
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Toronto Fun Facts!                                               It has 15,000 main street stores, 32,000 hotel rooms and ...
Toronto Attractions                                     of pavilions, exhibits, shows, concerts, a working       The Golde...
University of Toronto                                  Ryerson University                                                 ...
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A 2 A        C apital                  M a n ageme n t                          I N C .                                   ...
T H E   P A NOR A M A           O F  L I F E   U N F O L D S        B E F OR E    Y O U R   E Y E SUrban Toronto is a scen...
L I F E  C ON D O M I N I U M SF E A T U R E S &  F I N I S H E SGENERAL                                                  ...
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  1. 1. T o r o n t oI S F U L L O FL I F ECanada’s largest city, North America’s fifth largest metropolis and the world’s leading multiculturalcity, Toronto is consistently voted among the top five places to live on the planet. A designatedAlpha World City, Toronto is cosmopolitan, clean, safe and friendly. It has world-class education, sports,health, recreation and cultural facilities rivaling even New York and London. Home to more than 80vibrant cultures from around the world, Toronto provides an unmatched quality of life enriched by adiversity of attractions, theatre, cuisines and arts.With North America’s third largest stock exchange by value traded, a robust banking and financialsector and the continent’s strongest real estate market, Toronto offers tremendous investmentopportunities and significant growth potential. Frequently called Silicon Valley North andHollywood North, Toronto has emerged as a hot destination for cutting-edge high-tech innovation,medical breakthroughs, entrepreneurship, media, digital arts and creativity. As an ideal place to study,work, live, grow and prosper, Toronto is unequaled by any other world city today.
  2. 2. L ive L ife t o the F ullestOnce in a lifetime, there comes an opportunitythat distills the best of everything and offers theultimate pinnacle of living. Life Condominiums isone such opportunity. Its perfect midtown locationprovides a quiet, safe and homely address awayfrom the frenetic downtown core, yet is less than20 minutes by subway to the city’s most desirabledestinations. This boutique midrise is an architecturalgem with 149 spacious urban suites, ranging from500 sq. ft. to 1300 sq. ft. and comprising onebedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroomand two bedroom plus den designs.The bright Lobby has a warm and welcomingambience, with a friendly and helpful 24-hourConcierge, plush seating areas and decorativeaccents. The suites come with large balconies orterraces and offer a fine complement of featuresand finishes. The open concept interior layout isfresh, youthful and functional with ample closetspace and lots of room for comfortable living.Chic living areas, modern fitted kitchens andspacious bedrooms make Life Condominiums a rarejewel of elegant urban living in the heart of Toronto.
  3. 3. T H E L I F EO F T H E P A R T YLife Condominiums is all about celebrating life to the fullest, with a range ofhealth and recreational amenities just a short elevator ride away. Say goodbye toexpensive gym memberships – a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre in the buildingoffers the latest cardio machines and weights equipment to help you stay in peakphysical shape. Invite friends over for a social occasion in the fully-equippedResident Lounge, which comes with a modern catering kitchen, elegant diningfacilities and lots of space to meet and mingle. Host a meeting or study sessionin the boardroom. It’s your life, live it well at Life Condominiums.
  4. 4. A M E N I T Y P L A N ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
  5. 5. L O B B YILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
  6. 6. P a r ty R o o m ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
  7. 7. P a r ty R o o m ILLUSTRATIONS ARE ARTIST’S CONCEPT. E.&O.E.
  8. 8. ROY THOMPSON HALL AIR CANADA CENTRE CN TOWER YONGE & DUNDAS SQUARE Ryerson University ROGERS CENTRE OCAD FOUR SEASON CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS UNIVERSITY OF TORONTOROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM SUGAR BEACH TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX
  9. 9. MT. PLEASANT RD. ALLEY CATZ AVENUE. RD SUNNYBROOK GRAZIE YONGE & EGLINGTON HOSPITAL SHOPPING CENTREI t ’ s EGLINTON AVE. W. EGLINTON AVE. E. 5 DOORS NORTHW he r e MYSTERIOUSLY YOURS DINNER THEATRE CHAP COQUINE DAVISVILLE PARKY o u L ive LIN CR OX ES. BATHURST ST. TON AVE . DAVISVILLE AVE. FOREST HILL ORIOLE PKWY. ETHAN ALLEN ORIOLE MERTON ST. PARKLiving in the heart of the city, you are well con- KAY GARDNER BELTLINE TRAIL KAY GARDNER BELTLINE TRAILnected to the best of everything that Toronto has AVENUE. RDto offer. Life Condominiums is just a short walk to MOOREVALE PARK MT. PL GOOD LIFE FITNESSthe Davisville subway station, from where you can EA ST. CLAIR AVE. W. ST. CLAIR AVE. E. SANTget to downtown Toronto in less than 10 minutes. CASA LOMA SIR WINSTON CAPOCACCIA MOORE PARK RAVINE RD. CHURCHILLThe neighbourhood offers a charming array of PARK SUMMERHILL THE ALCORN SALONshops, cafes, bistros and antique stores selling ATELIER LCBO SUMMERHILL AVE.a range of merchandise. Just a couple of subway HARVEST WAGONstops to the south, the posh Yorkville neighbour- BAR CENTRALE / TERRONIhood is Canada’s most fashionable shopping and DUPONT ST. MT. PL DAVID A BALFOURculture district, offering designer label shopping, PARK ROSEDALE YORKVI L LE EASANT B THEchic salons, museums, art galleries and more. ANNEX AVENUE. RD LVD. YORKVILLE AVE. ROSE FOUR DALE VALL ROSEDALEThe University of Toronto and Ryerson University SEASONS EY RD TORONTO . PARK BAY ST. HOTEL INTERCONTINENTAL PARK REFERENCE EW N HOTEL HYATT N . RE CO IE TO LIBRARYare both easily accessible in minutes by subway. FR RT UIT LT & R U S H NY MARRIOTT CA V É LO CI IS M FA C U ER HOTEL O TIF G HThe city’s renowned hospitals, the vibrant lakeshore ROYAL BLOOR ST.attractions, the theatre and entertainment districts, BATHURST ST. ONTARIO MUSEUM CHARLES ST. W CHARLES ST. E THEATREparks and trails are all with a 20-minute radius VARSITY CENTRE PROVINCIALfrom home. At Life Condominiums, life is literally LEGISLATURE UNIVERSITY QUEENSjust a short walk or bus or subway ride away. OF TORONTO PARK WELLESLEY ST. WELLESLEY ST. CENTRAL YMCA SHERBOURNE ST. UNIVERSITY AVE. COLLEGE ST. CARLTON ST. BATHURST ST. SPADINA AVE. CHURCH ST. PRINCESS MARGARET YONGE ST. JARVIS ST. HOSPITAL ALLAN RYERSON GARDENS KENSINGTON MOUNT SINAI MARKET SICK KIDS UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL HOSPITAL DUNDAS ST. ART GALLERY BAY ST. DUNDAS SQUARE OF ONTARIO C H I N AT O W N CANON THEATRE OCAD CITY HALL EATON CENTRE ST. MICHAEL’S HOSPITAL QUEEN ST. PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE RICHMOND ST. FACTORY THEATRE ADELAIDE ST. PRINCESS OF ROYAL WALES FINANCIAL ALEX THEATRE TSX KING ST. ROY THOMPSON HALL DISTRICT FRONT ST. ST. LAW RENCE MARKET UNION STATION SONY CENTRE CN TOWER ROGERS CENTRE AIR CANADA CENTRE . E BLVD SHOR LAKE GARDINER EXPRESSWAY QUEENS QUAY ISLAND FERRY HARBOURFRONT TERMINAL CITY CENTRE AIRPORT FERRY L A K E O N TA R I O TORONTO CITY CENTRE AIRPORT
  10. 10. Toronto Fun Facts! It has 15,000 main street stores, 32,000 hotel rooms and 7,800 restaurants featuring 200 different cui- sines from around the world. Toronto is the centre of Canadian Business. It has North America’s 3rd largest Stock Exchange by value traded. The CN Tower is the ultimate freestanding structure -the tallest in the world at 533.3 metres.Toronto is the capital of the province Yonge Street is the longest street in the world, maxing out at 1896 kilometres at Rainy River on theof Ontario, Canada. The city of Toronto Minnesota border.itself counts about 2.48 million people. Rogers Centre (SkyDome) was the first sports stadium in the world with a retractable roof.But, if you include the surrounding citiesand suburbs of ‘the Golden Horseshoe’ Toronto Real Estate Statistics the strong price growth experienced so far thiswithin a 160 km radius of Toronto, you The roar of the GTA housing market carries on year”. –Toronto Real Estate Board Sept 2011can count to about 10 million. That is 1/3 unfazed by the economic weakness and uncertainty “The downtown core is averaging from $656 to afflicting much of the world. $920/per square foot” –RealNet July 2011of the population of the whole of Canada. “The booming GTA housing market is now receiving “In February 2011 there were 286 active projects in global attention. The Wall Street Journal places the GTA, representing 73,953 units — the most ofToronto is a cosmopolitan city that is Toronto in the same stratosphere as London, Sydney, Vancouver and Miami”. –Building Industry any city in North America.” –The Toronto Star Feb 2011clean, safe and friendly. It has sports, and Land Developments Sept 2011 “Foreign investors looking to the relative safehealth, recreational and cultural facilities “With market conditions remaining tight in the haven of Canada have also piled into the condo market. Many of the investors are from Asia andthat equal or exceed those of New York GTA, the average selling price continued to grow strongly in August, up by more than 10% year- the Middle East”. –The Toronto Star Feb 2011and London. It is the home of more than 80 over-year to $451,663”. –Toronto Real Estate Board Sept 2011 Toronto Rental Ratesethnic cultures from across the world,which provides for an unequaLled range “We remain on pace for the second best year on record for sales. Approximately 90,000 transactions The average price per square foot rent in Midtown Toronto is $2.26.of attractions, FROM ART AND theatre are expected by the end of December. Major home Toronto rental vacancy rates dropped to 1.67% ownership costs, including the average monthlyTO culinary EXPERIENCES. mortgage payment, remain affordable despite from 2010. Lowest in Ontario.
  11. 11. Toronto Attractions of pavilions, exhibits, shows, concerts, a working The Golden Horseshoe. Streets in the The Art Gallery of Ontario. The AGO is one farm, horse show, casino, and a large carnival midway downtown area are communities of cultures of the largest art museums in North America, andToronto is a very metropolitan world city, and has with rides, games and food. To many people in that have immigrated to Canada. There’s a ‘China holds more than 79,000 works in its collection.many levels of activities which are happening on the Greater Toronto Area and the surroundings Town’, ‘Little Italy’, a ‘Greek Street’ and a ‘Jewishan ongoing basis. communities, the CNE is an annual family tradition. District’ and much more! Centerville. Centreville Amusement Park is nestled in over 600 acres of parkland just acrossCN Tower. The CN Tower is Toronto’s number Eaton’s Centre. The Eaton’s centre is one of Royal Ontario Museum. The ROM is Canada’s the harbour from the city.one tourist attraction. It is the tallest building in the largest malls in Ontario, and is the middle of largest museum featuring world renownedthe world, and attracts millions of visitors a year. the downtown area of Toronto. collections of over 6 million objects encompassing Toronto Aquarium. The Aquarium will be one Art, Archaeology, Science and Nature. of the largest in North America, with a capacityThe Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) The CNE ROGERS CENTRE (SkyDome). The SkyDome it- of 5.7-million litres (1.5-million gallons). The Aquariumis held at Exhibition Place, which is a 192-acre site self is one of the first buildings of its kind to have Toronto Zoo. The Toronto Zoo is Canada’s will be open 365-days-a-year, starting in thelocated along Toronto’s waterfront and minutes a movable roof. It’s a masterpiece of architecture premier Zoo, known for its interactive education summer of 2013from downtown. The fair itself consists of a variety and engineering. and conservation activities.
  12. 12. University of Toronto Ryerson University The University of Toronto is home to one of the Ryerson is Canada’s leader in innovative, world’s strongest research faculties. According to career-focused education and a university clearly the Times Higher Education Supplement, 2008, on the move. Located in downtown Toronto, the University of Toronto is one of only five Ryerson is home to more than 17,000 full-time universities world-wide ranked in the top 16 for students. Thirty-four programs are offeredPost Secondary Education all fields – the other four are UC Berkeley, through the Faculties of Arts, Applied Arts, Cambridge, Oxford and Stanford. Approximately Business, Community Services, Engineering andOntario has 18 publicly funded universities and 24 16 minutes from Davisville Station Applied Science. Approximately 17 minutes fromcolleges of applied arts and technology. Ranked Davisville Stationamong the top schools in Ontario are, York York UniversityUniversity, Ryerson University and the University York University is now Canada’s third-largest Ontario College of Art and Designof Toronto. university and its leading interdisciplinary researc The Ontario College of Art and Design is devoted and teaching institution. York University is Home to the education of professional artists and Seneca College to the Schulich School of Business, Canada’s designers. Its specialized programs include More students choose Seneca College than any Global Business School, ranked one of the top illustration, advertising design, interior design, other college in Canada. Every year we welcome 10 MBA Schools worldwide as well as home to ceramics, textiles, sculpture, print making and more than 2,000 international students from Osgoode Hall Law School. Approximately 50 industrial design. Approximately 22 minutes from 75 countries. Approximately 35 minutes from minutes from Davisville Station Davisville Station Davisville Station
  13. 13. Toronto Transportation Toronto Pearson International Airport (TPIA) is located 27 km (16 miles) north/west of downtown Toronto and within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) which includes the regions of Durham, York, Halton, Peel and Toronto. The airport - covering 1,792 hectares (4,430 acres) - has been Toronto’s main international airport since 1939 when it was first known as Malton Airport. The TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) is North America’s largest public transit system after New York. It is fast, safe and clean! It is used by Torontonians of all walks of life. The subway is the most important conveyance in Toronto. Yonge-University-Spadina trains run every 2-3 minutes during the rush hours and every 4-5 minutes outside the rush hours. (Homesowners of Life Condominiums will use Davisville Station!)Health Care Both streetcars and buses belong to the TTC system. You can switch from one to the other, includingOntario’s publicly funded health care system is the subway, using a ‘TRANSFER’ ticket.recognized as among the best in the world for Toronto General Hospitalquality service, facilities and administration. Ontario Toronto General Hospital (TGH) is leading the wayresidents are eligible for Ontario Health Insurance in cardiac care, organ transplants and the treatmentPlan (OHIP), a provincially funded medical plan of complex patient needs. Home to three ofthat provides free, essential hospital and medical UHN’s major program groupings (Peter Munkcare to all Ontario residents. Cardiac Centre, Transplantation and Surgical and Critical Care) Approximately 22 minutesToronto’s standards for education and health care from Davisville Stationare among the highest in the world. The citybenefits from an extensive medical community, Sunnybrook Hospitalworld-class medical institutions and research facilities. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is one of Canada’s largest and most dynamic hospitals.Toronto has the most sophisticated and comprehensive Sunnybrook is fully affiliated with the Universityarray of hospital services. Along University Avenue, of Toronto and provide learning opportunities forin the heart of downtown Toronto, can be found more than 2,000 students annually. ApproximatelyCanada’s leading children’s hospital, the Hospital 15 minutes from Davisville Stationfor Sick Children; the country’s leading cancerhospital, the Princess Margaret Hospital; one of The Hospital for Sick Childrenthe world’s leading centres in biomedical research, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), affiliatedthe Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount with the University of Toronto, is Canada’s mostSinai Hospital; Trillium Health Centre - West Toronto; research-intensive hospital and the largestand one of Canada’s leading academic health centre dedicated to improving children’s healthcentres; the Toronto Division of the University in the country. Approximately 21 minutes fromHealth Network. Davisville Station Mount Sinai Hospital The Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital, a University of Toronto affiliated research centre, is one of the world’s leading centres in biomedical research. Approximately 21 minutes from Davisville Station St. Michaels Hospital St. Michael’s Hospital provides outstanding medical education to future health care professionals in more than 26 academic disciplines. Approximately 14 minutes from Davisville Station
  14. 14. A 2 A C apital M a n ageme n t I N C . With headquarters and operations in Singapore and Toronto, A2A Capital Management is a company totally focused and dedicated to the business of integrated land development and property investments. The company seeks out and offers to investors in Asia some of the world’s select op- portunities in land and property investments with the single-minded aim of delivering attractive returns to all of their investors. A2A Capital Management has extended its expertise and expanded operations to include not just land sales but investment programs covering the entire spectrum of land and property development – from acquisition, concept planning, the development and construction of residential and commercial projects, right through to the marketing and sales of completed properties. quad r a n gle a r chitects limited Established in 1986, Quadrangle Architects Limited is among Canada’s most dynamic architectural firms. Their portfolio of projects illustrates a diversified client list that includes major players in the residential, commercial, media and hospitality industries. Equally wide-ranging is their scope and ex- pertise in the rehabilitation and conversion of existing buildings, historical restorations and reno- vations, corporate interiors and institutional projects. With over 50 awards to their credit, they consis- tently achieve excellence in architecture and design. Led by principals Brian Curtner, Les Klein, Ted Shore, Susan Ruptash and Sheldon Levitt, Quadrangle is made up of a talented 75 person multi-disciplinary team. We pride ourselves on a hands-on approach where each project is led by a principal and project manager, providing continuity and a single point of contact for the client throughout the project.A B O V E Inspired by the belief that architecture should be approached as creative problem-solving, we base ourGarden’s On Queen success on strong long-term relationships with clients. This close association allows the QuadrangleL E F T team to grasp and effectively respond to a client’s requirements, expectations and budget, and helpsThe Address us address site and user needs sensitively and responsibly.at High ParkR I G H T The methodology of architecture and design we employ is also very much guided by relationships. WeSan FranciscoBy The Bay listen to a client’s needs and base the creative end product on each individual project’s culture, context and requirements. The diversity that results leads to operationally successful buildings, visually engaging environments and stimulating urban developments. I n 2 iti o n In2ition Realty is an innovative real estate brokerage that specializes in marketing, merchandising and selling of new home and condo communities. The company was founded on a need in the new homeC H E S T N U T H I L L H O M E S and condo industry for a more cutting edge, savvy player by the partnership of Debbie Cosic and Mira Tomljenovic. In2ition currently represents 23 developers with over 42 active communities and sellsFor more than 25 years, Chestnut Hill Homes has built over 5,000 residences in spectacular award thousands of homes annually. In2ition has won numerous prestigious national awards including thewinning communities and condominiums throughout the GTA. The company is comprised of a highly coveted international Best Sales & Marketing Team in North America for two consecutive years,talented group of Vice Presidents and Consultants whose combined strengths have raised the bar for awarded by the North American Home Builders Association (NAHB) in Las Vegas.quality and excellence in the new home building industry in Toronto. Their reputation has been earnedby glorious homes in neighbourhoods that showcase the importance of cutting-edge architecture,inspired design and superior finishes. M ON T A N A S T E E L EThe company’s after sales service is renowned, providing their owners with ultimate satisfaction and Montana Steele Strategic Marketing has created premium real estate brands throughout North America.other builders with a template for excellence. When it comes to quality, craftsmanship and enduring Defying conventions and boundaries, this creative advertising agency is well-known for itsvalue, a home built by Chestnut Hill is your very best investment. award-winning strategies in traditional and emerging media.
  15. 15. T H E P A NOR A M A O F L I F E U N F O L D S B E F OR E Y O U R E Y E SUrban Toronto is a scenic fusion of natural parks and ravines set against a dramatic skyline,all of which you can enjoy as a resident of Life Condominiums. Experience panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and the majestic towers of downtown Toronto.
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L I F E C ON D O M I N I U M SF E A T U R E S & F I N I S H E SGENERAL • Vanity mirror and decorative light fixture • Service panel with circuit breakers and copper COMFORT AND PEACE OF MIND wiring within suite • Uniformed 24 hours concierge/security• Solid core suite entry door, with designer entrance • Single lever polished chrome faucet hardware • Wiring for cable and telephone in all bedrooms, • 5 foot soaker tub in ensuite bathroom or main • Personally encoded suite intrusion alarm system, kitchen, living room and den or study or work area• Ceiling heights on the 2nd to Penthouse floor units bathroom with polished single lever faucet suite door contact and keypad are approximately 9’, except where bulkheads exist • In suite smoke and heat detector • Separate shower stall where indicated on plans to • Access control system located in lobby vestibule or there are drop ceilings include framed glass with framed glass door* • White decora receptacles and switches and at visitors main entry points permitting guests• 5” finish, contemporary style baseboards with to communicate with residents from building • Water conserving shower heads • Capped ceiling outlets in dining room and coordinating door casing, painted entrance)s. Guest in the lobby vestibule can be bedrooms• Two passenger elevators • Choice of ceramic or porcelain tile flooring viewed on resident’s television. • Distinctive ceiling fixtures in foyer, kitchen, den,*• White stippled ceiling in all areas except the • Ceramic wall tiles** in tub enclosure and walls of • Surveillance cameras in strategic locations to study*, work area and hallways* kitchen, laundry and bathrooms. Kitchen, laundry separate shower stalls (excluding ceiling) building and garage and bathroom ceiling are smooth and painted with • Switch controlled split outlets in living room and • Pressure balance mixing valve for tub/shower • Heat detector(s) connected to fire annunciator panel semi gloss paints. Paints have low levels of volatile master bedroom controls organic compounds (VOC’s) • All balconies to have one water proof receptacle • Secure well lit underground parking garage • Dual flush low consumption toilet• Choice of ceramic or porcelain tiles** in ensuite bathroom, main bathroom and powder room • Exhaust fan in all bathrooms MEDIA TECHNOLOGY (where shown on plans) • Privacy locks on bathroom doors • High speed wiring infrastructure with network• Engineered laminate strip flooring** in kitchen, • White plumbing fixtures centre CATEGORY 5e telephone wiring to all hallway, living room, dining room, den or study telephone outlets ** From Vendor’s samples• 40 oz. broadloom with foam under padding LAUNDRY • Rg-6 coaxial cable to all cable television outlets * as per applicable plan in bedrooms**• Interior slab doors with metal lever hardware • Full sized front-loading energy-saving stacked front loading white washer and dryer• Swing doors or sliders on closets as shown on plans • White 8” x 8” ceramic tiles on floor• White coated wire shelving in all closets including linen closet excluding electrical closet • Heavy duty wiring and receptacle for dryer• Walk-in closet to include wire shelving • Dryer vented to outside A L L S U I T E S A R E P RO T E C T E D U N D E R T H E TA R I ON WA RR A N T Y C OR P OR AT I ON• Sliding glass door(s) to balconies/terraces as per plans THE GREEN CONNECTION • Tri-sorter permitting convenient separating and NOTES:KITCHENS disposing of recyclables All materials and other selections for which the Natural products (i.e. granite, wood and marble)• A selection of kitchen cabinetry in a variety of • Compact florescent and other high efficiency Purchaser is entitled to make a selection are to are subject to natural variation in colour and grain. materials and colours interior lighting designed to ensure lower be chosen from Vendor’s standard samples and Ceramic tile is subject to pattern, shade and colour electricity costs according to Vendor’s specifications, which are variation.• Choice of granite counter top with breakfast bars subject to change from time to time. Purchaser shall as per plans* • CO monitors in parking garage to activate air The purchaser acknowledges that there shall be no only be entitled to make such selections provided handling equipment when needed saving on reduction in price or credit for any standard feature• Choice of ceramic backsplash** feature in areas that the items are not already ordered or installed operating costs and maintenance listed herein which is omitted at the Purchasers’ designated by Vendor Specifications are subject to change without request • Paints have low levels of volatile organic• Ceiling fixture provided notice. All room measurements and sizes are compounds (VOC’s) All specifications and samples are subject to• Double or single (as shown on plans) stainless steel approximate. Actual useable floor space may be change without notice. sink in kitchen with single lever pull out faucet • Thermal aluminum window frames with, double less than stated measure floor area. pane sealed units including low-e and argon units Window sizes and size or location of actual• Stainless Steel finish Energy Star® high efficiency, Vendor may substitute materials for those provided with operable awning windows bulkheads may vary from those shown on plans multi cycle dishwasher in plans and specifications and in Vendor’s samples • High pressure low flow efficient shower heads provided such materials are of quality equal to or Where dropped ceilings are required (such as• Stainless Steel finish Energy Star® high efficiency better than the material provided in the plans and foyers, closets, kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms refrigerator • Dual flush low consumption toilet(s) specifications and in the Vendor’s samples. and hallways) the ceiling height will be less than 9’•Stainless Steel finish Microwave with exhaust hood • Energy Star ® high efficiency kitchen and laundry on floors 2 – Penthouse The furnished model suites and/or sales office fan , vented to exterior appliances contain decorative and upgraded items that are• Stainless steel finish self-cleaning 30 inch range. for display purposes only and are not included in LIGHTING AND TECHNOLOGY purchase price or in the plans and specificationsBATHROOMS as a standard item but if made available by the All features and finishes subject to change without • Individually controlled seasonally adjusted central Vendor may be purchased as an extra. notice E & O. E• Cultured marble countertop and integrated sink** heating and air conditioning

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