Toronto House is a strikingly modern, elegantly curved eight-storey structure, a stunning combination of innovative architecture and stylish design. The building
has a plinth of natural materials such as sandstone at ground level, to integrate seamlessly with the public realm. Whilst the Surrey Quays Road facade is defined by strong colouration, the impact of the top floors
is reduced by contrasting lighter materials, and touches of aluminium and stainless steel provide a bricolage of textural and visual diversity. On the canal side elevation the glass balcony frontages to the upper floors
follow the gentle curvature of the building to create a sweeping, shimmering effect.
The 63 apartments at Toronto House occupy a prime position within the Maple Quays development, many offering outstanding views overlooking the waters edge, yet with easy access to the transport interchange and plaza.
The extensive glazed balconies to all homes maximise the unique, tranquil setting of Canada Water, with the Albion Channel providing a relaxing landscape below.
Pedestrian routes within the wider development lead to the parks, gardens and riverside walks of surrounding Rotherhithe and Southwark, or you can simply enjoy a stroll through the landscaped open spaces within Maple Quays itself. Yet Toronto House is also perfectly positioned for reaching the Plaza, the social centre for Canada Water and beyond, with a striking library, vibrant performance space, cafe and extensive al fresco seating area providing a stunning evening venue. Additional facilities such as the on-site state-of-the-art gym and
24-hour concierge, ensure that superior luxury living comes as standard at this exceptional new location.
Barratt East London
Flats & Commercial
Part of £150 Million Contract
5,486 sqm - 59,051 sqft
Linit, Raynaers, Metsec, London Engineering, URS, MLM, Colt, FDS