This new development at 150 Logan Avenue is a symbol of Toronto’s industrial past. This Autumn, it rises once again to meet a changing city. Suite 411 is a west-facing, 657-square-foot unit which features two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Embodying the virtues of its past, invigorated by its reimagination, every residence at Wonder is a work of art. The authenticity of this icon of past industry will come alive in the careful selection of materials, colours, and textures that are featured in the residences. With open-concept designs, expansive windows and contemporary fixtures, every space is comfortably proportioned for ease of living. Balancing familial comfort with luxury, and necessity with style, every suite is designed to complement modern lives.
150 Logan Avenue includes an underground parking spot and a storage unit.
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A symbol of Toronto’s industrial past, the old bread factory was built in an age when passion and craft lived at every street corner, authenticity was the mark of a business and hard work, the calling card of the ambitious. Today, it rises once again to meet a changing city. This east-end landmark will evolve into Wonder, chic condos, lofts and, towns. Designed to respect and incorporate its industrious past, it’s the perfect home for those who want a slice of history along with a generous serving of all things modern.
One of the most important aspects of the old Bread Factory reimagination is the dramatic juxtaposition of the old and new. As Don Schmitt of Diamond Schmitt Architects states, “We are not only retaining the heritage component of the building, we are continuing the legacy of how the building is responding to the ever-changing conditions of its surroundings.” Along with the stark beauty of its industrial past and the simplicity of its modern aesthetic, Wonder Condos will showcase the best of both worlds.
Thoughtfully designed to offer an unparalleled level of sophistication, Wonder’s signature amenities will brighten everyday moments and special ones alike. With heritage artifacts integrated into the design, its one-of-a-kind public spaces will showcase a harmonious balance between old and new.
Once known for its brickyards, tanneries, metal factories and nurseries, Leslieville is a changed place today. Home to a multitude of lifestyle stores, art galleries, hip bars, gourmet food shops, and a range of cafés and brunch spots, this is where the rest of Toronto dreams of living.