The building code requires that 15 per cent of homes within a new multi-unit residential building have a barrier-free design. Doors and hallways have to be wider to allow room for a wheelchair and ramp dimensions have been updated to make new buildings easier to access washrooms.
No, each suite will be designed with standard finishes. If you require accessibility specification modifications to your suite, this can be arranged during your design consultation with our Interior Designer.
We will pre-wire each suite with cable TV in Master Bedroom, Living area and Den. Pre-wired for one dedicated telephone line and data line in living area. Individual Electrical service panel with circuit breakers located within the suite. Owners will be able to have security systems installed in their suites, at the owner’s expense once [...]
Structural changes will not be permitted, due to the structural integrity of the building.
The expertise of our partners and that of an acoustics specialist has established a level of soundproofing quality that surpasses industry standards. Nevertheless, soundproofing cannot fully absorb certain types of sounds such as vibrations from stereo loudspeakers playing deep bass sounds or people running down the stairway.
Yes, the common areas of the building includes some of the requirements of the Ontario Building Code (OBC 1997, Section 3.8) in accessibility planning and universal design.
Yes, you will be able to move into the building once all life safety issues are approved. (Fire alarms, water sprinklers, etc.)
Projected completion is slated for fall 2019, but it will be highly based on sales, and construction.
Estimated build time is 18 Months, this is of course, dependent on weather, trades, etc