At 14-storeys, 122 suites, it’s an intimate condominium conceptualized by KNYMH Architects that has been designed in the spirit of the past while rising up for a beautiful second act. The four-storey brick podium and arched windows gives a nod to the history of the original 1908 architecture while a black and white tower of glass and artful staggered terraces, balconies and Juliets adds a modern contrast to the masonry.
As the design team peeled back layers, they discovered an original mosaic tile floor from the former broadcasting station era that spells out ‘Radio Arts.’ This became the inspiration for naming the development.
Original mosaic tile from the Radio Arts era
Other architectural details such as original beams and metal barn-style doors will be salvaged and reincorporated into the new building and inspires the passion and pride in this next rich chapter.