The Rhodes is a new development preconstruction in Toronto. The Rhodes condo developed by Blackdoor Development Company. Located at2010 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON.
A BESPOKE RESIDENCE AT BATHURST & EGLINTON
Designed by RAW Design Architects featuring interiors by Ali Budd, The Rhodes offers 25 unique residences showcasing timeless elegance, reliable functionality, and a distinctive edge that is original to the Blackdoor brand. With the use of unique materials, scale, color, texture, and also finish, The Rhodes draws on inspiration from first-class cities around the world including New York, London, Barcelona.
The Rhodes INSPIRED ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
With the use of unique materials, scale, color, textures, and finishes, The Rhodes draws on inspiration from first-class cities around the world, including New York, London, and Barcelona.
Our flat-finish concrete arches facing Bathurst Street juxtaposed to the textured masonry pillars represent this balance of distressed elegance, and a key component of the Black door aesthetic.
The oversized black door at the entrance of our projects is Blackdoor’s unique architectural signature. Also,the doors are especially important to us. At the Black door, we believe doors represent three important things: privacy, opportunity, and also the home.
The Rhodes PRIVACY & SECURITY
Privacy and security are a top priority in building design at Blackdoor. Because we take security very seriously and have equipped.
The Rhodes with the following features:
State-of-the-art cameras and security equipment with 24/7 recording of all building entrances and interior common areas.
Fob access is required at all building entrances and amenities.
Separate vestibule entrance with traditional lock and key for units with direct elevator to suite.
Fob-controlled elevator system.
All suites include a rough-in for alarm system allowing residents to set up and contract with the security monitoring of their choice.
The Rhodes BUILDING SCIENCES
RAINWATER CONTROL & HARVESTING
Our system of rainwater control and harvesting increases water conservation, also reduces pollutant transfer to the water supply, reduces stress on the city’s existing infrastructure and overall energy consumption. Also the water that is retained by the system goes directly towards irrigation for on-site landscaping and the building’s green roofs.
The Rhodes’ green roofs reduce the number of hard surfaces, creating another layer of insulation. Because This not only helps reduce both energy consumption and heat gain in the environment but also aids in water absorption.
This takes stress off of the rainwater control system that drains directly to an on-site “stormwater tank” for storage. In the case of heavy storms. But the system will control the rate of ﬂow into the municipal system to prevent itself from being overwhelmed and ﬂooding.
FOUR PIPE HVAC SYSTEM
With our Four-Pipe HVAC system, you can choose your ideal temperature every day of the year. Because each suite comes equipped with at least one full fan coil unit. Each FCU is connected to the common boilers and chillers by four pipes;
Also a hot water supply pipe and its return pipe, as well as a cold water supply pipe and its return. Because this creates two independent loops allowing the suite to have both heating and cooling. Because of as required at any time in the year.
The FCU consists of both heating and cooling coil, fan, ﬁlter, and also various control valves tied to a thermostat in each suite. These units are top-of-the-line and are extremely quiet.
ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR (ERV)
The benefit of using this type of air-to-air heat exchanger is that it pre-conditions. Both the temperature and moisture content of fresh air coming into your unit by using the exhaust air to temper it. All of this allows for energy savings.
MULTIFACETED ACOUSTIC ENGINEERING
With our three-tiered approach, also you will get the feeling of a detached home living in a condo. Which far exceeds the code requirements resulting in the highest acoustic performance on the market.
The second tier in our acoustic insulation is achieved by creating “dropped ceilings.” By hanging drywall below the concrete slab, we created a buffer or void. This not only allows space for plumbing and ductwork but greatly reduces and isolates any noise or vibration from the ﬂoor above, but enhancing each unit’s acoustic separation.
The ﬁnal aspect of our system assists in minimizing exterior noise. By holding ourselves to a higher standard. We also decided to use an advanced glazing system. That includes an enlarged space between each pane of glass along with high-quality sealing around the perimeter. This results in a noticeable difference in the ambient noise levels within the suites.
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