Following the completion of the three-building Sorrento in Richmond, Pinnacle International and Bingham Hill Architects are witnessing the next stage of their Capstan Village development take shape. Projected for completion in 2021, Torino is the second phase of the multi-family development at 3220 Number 3 Road, and its mid-rise frame is starting to become visible to passersby.
The first of Torino's three buildings will contain a total of 185 homes, with the entire second phase introducing 405 units to the property. The project will be within walking distance to the under-construction Capstan Canada Line Station, which is expected to enter service in 2022.
Torino will feature a number of amenities for residents, including landscaped courtyards and gardens, a fitness centre, a party room, a sundeck, a bocce court, and al-fresco dining spaces. Homes here will have one- to three-bedrooms ranging in size from 578 to 1,189 square feet.
The latest images documenting construction of the complex show window wall and spandrel application underway on the lower levels of the first building. The towers will ultimately rise to a height of 15 floors.
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