Interiors Teased at The Capitol Residences by Madison Group

in Urban Toronto

The gradual rollout of details about Madison Group and Westdale Properties‘ The Capitol Residences has been teasing potential purchasers for months. Renderings of the 14-storey, Turner Fleischer Architects and Hariri Pontarini Architects-designed development at Yonge and Castlefield have been released at a rate of one a month lately, slowly revealing more of the building, having started with the restored heritage exterior walls of the 1918-built Capitol Theatre, its marquee, and canopy over the Yonge Street sidewalk.

Most recently, we got a taste of the building’s Studio Munge-appointed spaces through a sneak peek inside the building’s porte-cochère, and now we’re getting our first look at Munge’s design for one of the project’s amenity spaces: the celebrity lifestyle theme of the development was already evident in the porte-cochère rendering, now developed in more detail in the newly released image of a parlour and multipurpose golf simulator room.

With the golf simulator taking centre stage, the room is accessorized with a built-in velvet banquette, botanical patterned cushions, marble-clad wet bar, and brass accents. A verdant feel dominates this space, with an emerald green across walls with alternating high-gloss lacquer and suede upholstery, while the carpeting/golfing surface is a low-pile shag in dark forest green.

The Capitol Residences is set to bring 145 one, two, and three-bedroom residences to Midtown Toronto. More amenities are set to be revealed in the future, with the building planned to host amenity spaces on levels two and three (187 m² and 66 m² of space respectively), as well as a mix of spaces on the 10th floor including a 157 m² indoor amenity space connected to an outdoor terrace 255 m² in area.

Read the article by Jack Landau in Urban Toronto