Toronto-Concord has announced a competition to promote the emergence of a secret garden associated with the 79-story, two-story Concord Canada House project in Toronto.
The secret garden is said to be the junction of Jandin Sur Le Tott, the garden of Hermes in Paris. The popup is located at the Downtown Toronto Concorde Center and is called “Concord Canada House Signature Indoor / Outdoor Living Example”.
Guests of the only secret garden will receive floral arrangements from Stemz, which is located on the grounds and on the porch. The facility also displays a custom marble finish table from Avisa Design. Meals will be paired with a group of Canadian Cake Calvin Watt and drinks by micrologist Henrik Toning.
“We have set up a secret garden so that the rulers may have access to the sanctuary. Concord Canada is a place where you can hear about the indoor / outdoor space, ”said Isaac Chan, vice president of sales and marketing at Concord Adex. “Toronto is a very sophisticated real estate market and our customers expect more. With this project, we created a suburb for our guests that matches the tone and mood of Concord Canada House.
Consumers can visit ConcordExperience.com to learn more about the construction of a Concord Canada house and to experience two culinary experiences in a secret garden.
Concord Pacific has more than 40,000 units built or is currently under development and is Canada’s largest urban community builder.