“Ultra Luxury” 50 Scollard Launch

Across the street from the Four Seasons Hotels flagship in Yorkville? You can’t get any more chi-chi than that. 50 Scollard, the name of the 41-storey condo soon to rise at that location, is, for the time being, the site of the sales centre and display suite, where the launch party was held.

Photo credit: David Lasker

Charles Khabouth, CEO of INK Entertainment, who has created many of the city’s trendiest clubs; and Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge, responsible for 50 Scollard’s interiors, in front of a model of the proposed project.
The project’s architect, James Barnes, partner at the New York office of Britain’s Foster+Partners; Amy Whitesides, studio director at the project’s landscape architect, Boston-based Stoss Landscape Urbanism; and Foster+Partners architect Michael Zang.
David Foxley, digital editor, Architectural Digest; and Aida Karimi, senior designer, project lead, Studio Munge.
Jonathan Diamond, principal at real estate operator Well Grounded Real Estate; and Ken Metrick, chairman, and his son Andrew, managing director, at home-furnishings retailer Elte.
50 Scollard co-investor Michael Lee-Chin, chairman and CEO of Portland Holdings and namesake patron of Daniel Libeskind’s controversial Deconstructivist addition to the Royal Ontario Museum; and 50 Scollard sales rep Kathleen Chapman.