Millennium Development Group and Chris Dikeakos Architects have partnered on a Burnaby project that will bring significant height to Gilmore Avenue. Construction is already well underway on Triomphe, a 46-storey condominium that will employ a staggered night lighting system to provoke an eye-catching identity no matter the time of day.
The ground-level entryway will be defined by columns designed to induce a grand sense of arrival. The porte-cochère is surrounded by landscaped gardens, which marketing materials liken to an "upscale hotel." A three-storey lobby welcomes residents to one of the region's tallest buildings, which encompasses 340 one-, two-, three-bedroom and townhome residences ranging in size from 482 to 2,138 square feet.
An interior design scheme by Mitchell Freedland presents two colour palettes, light and dark, for residents to select. Nine-foot ceiling heights extrude to over ten feet in penthouse suites, while stainless steel kitchen appliances, wide plank wood flooring in living areas, and expansive balconies come standard.
There's no shortage of amenities for residents to indulge in — a three-storey pavilion houses over 13,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor features. An outdoor rooftop pool, hot tub and lounge area will be the big hit in the summer months. Triomphe will also contain a wellness centre with a gym and yoga/dance studio, a social room with a kitchen, dining area and television, a business centre, a games room, and an outdoor entertainment space.
A tower crane was installed at the site earlier this year, servicing the building's continual rise. Triomphe's next milestone will be hitting grade, at which time we'll be able to see the concrete floor plates take shape above the bordering streets.
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