From the moment you enter the lofty two-storey lobby, it’s apparent that Allure is miles above the ordinary. Art meets life in the gorgeous light-filled lobby, which features stylish, contemporary finishes and furniture, creating a wonderful space for meeting and greeting. This opulent entrance sets the stage for the luxury, quality, and style that you will experience at Allure.
Ride up to the fourth floor and have your breath taken away by the Celestial Conservatory situated under vast skylights. A perfect space to enjoy a latté in the morning or to watch the stars at night.
Head up another storey and find yourself on the expansive Rooftop Vista Terrace, where you will enjoy the stunning lake views while relaxing in style. This beautifully designed outdoor environment is the perfect place to unwind and take in the views or to mingle & connect with old friends and new neighbors.
Anticipating a sophisticated and discerning purchaser, Carrington has opted for concrete construction at Allure, although it’s far from the industry norm.
While the building could have been effectively constructed with a conventional wood frame, Cast-in-place (CIP) concrete cites many advantages such as acoustic privacy, building quality, and return on investment. This building method provides maximum flexibility in terms of design, which contributes to the uniqueness of these ultra private residences separated by an atrium-lit common area rather than a conventional hallway.
Other advantages to CIP construction include more allergen-free ventilation, structural safety, low repair and maintenance costs, a greater sense of comfort and privacy, and stronger appreciation on your investment.
While CIP does come with higher construction costs it is truly built to last. It’s a premium product, and with that comes a higher resale value.
The most important reason that Carrington chose this building process for Allure is that it provides a superior living experience for the homeowners. The benefits that the owners will enjoy are superior sound attenuation, durability, the aforementioned higher resale value, and freedom of architectural expression.