Lamb Development Corp. Present the Brant Park
TORONTO, Oct. 30, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lamb Development Corp. (LDC), in partnership with Niche Developments has recently launched another Toronto development, The Brant Park.
Located in the city's bustling King West neighborhood, The Brank Park will present a bold new project based on the international style of architecture, rising 11-storeys from its desirable neighborhood and offering high design condominiums on the park.
Lamb Development Corp. is working closely with Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, one of the most sought after working architects in Canada. The architect of choice for this project and LDC have formed a strong relationship, which has become responsible for providing world-class design projects within the city of Toronto. The Brank Park design team prides itself on a very clean, stylish design theme from its exterior to interiors. With a nod to the modernist era, The Brant Park's interior plays on an electric mix of both old and new. Design firm II BY IV Design Associates, brings together a terrific mix of color, pattern, and textures that make up the building's common interior areas and suites. The Brant Park makes an excellent transition into its quietly nestled neighborhood shrouded in greenery, meandering walkways and landscaped grounds.
Lamb Development Corp. once again presents a stunning new development; The Brant Park is an instant classic, presenting modern architecture as modern art.
Already over 60% sold, LDC has set to break ground on The Brant Park as of February 2013.
ABOUT LAMB DEVELOPMENT CORP (LDC):
Lamb Development Corp. was founded in 2001 by Canada's top condominium broker, Brad J. Lamb, to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. Lamb Development Corp. has become one of the country's busiest development companies, with each project pioneering up-and-coming locations and delivering a stylish, urban solution to each property.
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