More Space To Live At Enigma

A few months ago, we shared the thought process behind the daring architecture of Enigma on the Park in Bloordale in a conversation with Richard Witt of Quadrangle Architects. Bold cladding, canted windows, and artful illusion create a striking exterior. And the shapes displayed so prominently on the outside transition to the common space inside Enigma.

A light-filled gym, a versatile lounge and meeting space, and a sweeping rooftop terrace are included in the amenity offering for residents.

Outfitted with standard gym equipment, such as treadmills, bikes, elliptical trainers, and weights, the 825 sq.ft. gym features a full floor-to-ceiling wall of windows and three walls of mirrors, combined to multiply the natural light and inspire your workout. Stretch your body on the hard surface carpet tile – a revolutionary material not typically found in a residential amenity space.

The 1,100 sq.ft. lounge is divided into two distinctive spaces. A fireplace and intimate seating area is a cozy place to gather friends for conversation or to watch movies on the big screen television. A glass wall separates this area from the kitchen and dining space, where residents can host a large dinner party or hold a business meeting – the AV system and white board will help organize your thoughts.

Exterior details are incorporated throughout the interior common space to create a cohesive environment, bridging the design from outside to inside.

On the fifth floor, high enough to view the stunning Toronto skyline and neighbouring park, the 2,300 sq.ft. rooftop terrace invites guests to spend more time outside. With distinctive planters defining the space and making a bold impression (have you caught on to the bold theme yet?), spend time cooking around the BBQ or simply admiring the scenery. There’s even an adjacent green roof to bring more nature to the environment.

Townhomes and condos are now selling at Enigma on the Park. Visit our presentation centre at 1346 Bloor Street West.

Construction is progressing, and shoring is now underway – read all about the process at Urban Toronto.

Share this Page