Luna Condominium Development

Luna Condominium Development

Core Architects Inc (architectural design), Page+Steele Inc./IBI Group Architects (working drawings)
Concord Adex Inc.
Landscape Architect
Ferris+Associates Inc.
General Contractor
About the Project

Luna consists of a 38-storey tower, 18-storey mid-rise and 10-storey podium at the corner of Fort York Boulevard and Telegram Mews and includes 605,526 sf of residential GFA, 712 suites and 2 levels of underground parking. The 20,000 sq.ft. of amenities include lounge facilities, an indoor/outdoor party room, a theatre, gym facility, yoga/dance studio, massage rooms, a Zen garden and roof-top patio with infinity pool, whirlpool, BBQs and a sundeck with views over Canoe Landing Park, Lake Ontario and the surrounding City. These amenities were inspired by world-class resorts, emphasizing the marketing theme “Going home is the beginning of a vacation”. The curved facades of the building conform to the adjacent roadways and feature reflective glass panels along the outside face of each balcony. This three-dimensional pattern is further enhanced by the eye-catching roof-top lighting, designed as part of the public art requirement, which allows the building to achieve a striking visual presence both day and night.

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Maybe they can program those purple lights to spell "sorry we have no imagination or vision"

Maybe you don't, because it's clear your only purpose to mock everything. Grow up.

look pretty cool when driving along the Gardiner. The area is still very suburban with odd pedestrian areas and confusing auto areas. Maybe in a few years the area will develop more of a downtown community vibe and better building will be built. Meanwhile, the building reflect the area: dull, expansive and uninspiring.

The rounded facade with the two-storey staggered vertical elements looks amazing, and the purple lights are an indication of the developer's awareness of the visibility of the project and a desire to enliven the cityscape. The court looks unique as well.

The podium, while nicely scaled and curved to follow the street, unfortunately seems to be lacking in retail. What's the point of achieving all that density if everyone is forced to travel to other areas for shopping? Also, like every CityPlace buildings, its interesting facade is facing the lake, with a bland and forgettable wall facing north towards the rest of the city. Those facades are still visible and their restrained appearance cheapens the complex.

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