Concord Adex CityPlace SuperClub

11 Mariner Terrace, Toronto, ON, Canada

Elegant steel sculpture

Serving the 1,700+ residents at Concord CityPlace, the SuperClub spearheads new directions in residential living by offering residents and their guests the recreational amenities of a private 30,000 square foot sports, recreation and community centre. The front elevation showcases an elegant steel sculpture, “Barca Volante” by Chilean Artist, Francisco Gazitua. Rising 65 feet above the surface of the reflecting pool at the foot of Old Navy Wharf Court, the piece is inspired by the history of Lake Ontario and recalls the earliest form of Great Lakes navigation – the canoe.

Panoramic views

Inside, panoramic views of both the cityscape and the lakefront flow into the SuperClub through oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows that form the façade of the building. The generous use of glazing in various program spaces creates interesting and varied opportunities to view and showcase various activities.

Host of amenities

A sleek, three-storey structure, spanning 80 metres in length, the SuperClub features a host of amenities for both passive and active activities including a 25-metre pool, full-size gymnasium, fitness, cardio, weight and conditioning rooms, bowling lanes, indoor golf simulator, Internet Café, Wintergarden, Juice Bar, outdoor tanning deck and tennis court; and several activity rooms for socializing and leisure.

“This project is one of the smoothest projects we have done in our master-planned community. Apart from being creative CORE architects are flexible in their mentality to respond to the client’s needs.  It was a pleasure working with them”

Gabriel Leung, Director of Development,
Concord Adex Developments Corp.