4 Seasons Hotel and Residence

A high-rise condo at Toronto

60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON

The 4 Seasons and Residence, located at 60 Yorkville Ave., is a 55-story glass tower with 204 units, and a 30,000-square-foot spa, adjoined by a 26-story residential tower with 210 units, both developed by Lifetime Developments. The hotel’s sleek contemporary interiors, by Toronto-based Yabu Pushelberg, feature soaring ceilings, precision-cut stone floors, a dandelion motif that bring a joie de vivre flowing across the entire hotel and residency. 

4 Seasons and Residence exemplifies the chic and elegant surroundings of the Yorkville area. The condominium and hotel are but just a short walk to chic shops, restaurants and galleries, Bloor Street shopping and world class museums. Also it is situated just minutes from the financial and entertainment districts. It truly is a wondrous accommodation that takes your breath away both inside and out. 


Located in the Yorkville neighbourhood in Toronto

3-minute walk from Bay subway station

6-minute drive to the 4 nearest schools which are Huron Street Junio Public School, The Mabin School, Waldorf Academy Toronto, and City High School 

7-minute drive to Toronto General Hospital

Surround by world class shops, restaurants, bars and cafés 

Nearby parks include Village of Yorkville Park, Ramsden Park, Paul Martel Park and Spadina Park, all of which are highly rated


4 Seasons and Residence is located 60 Yorkville Ave. in Toronto. A dazzling neighbourhood filled with chic shops, delectable restaurants and awe inspiring galleries. It as though Yorkville is the mini-Paris of the west. Even if the area is luxurious it still remains down to earth with its eclectic mix in the entertainment and culinary fields. The area is known for being Canada’s pre-eminent shopping district. Its many specialty stores, fashion boutiques, jeweller stores, antique shops, and art galleries are a destination point for tourists, as well as Torontonians from all over the city. 


This area is ideal for walking. There is no other area that is this convenient for pedestrians who enjoy a brisk walk while window shopping. Still, if the need to commute should come about, there are several subway station and bus routes that are easily accessible by foot. Most notably Bay subway station.   


There are plentiful of schools both private and public in the area that are relatively close. As mentioned in the highlights section there are 4 schools within a 6-minute driving range. The most prestigious being the Waldorf Academy Toronto.


The outdoor activities in this area can revolve around window shopping or café sitting while gazing at pedestrians but there are some notable parks in the area should the need for nature strike you. The most notable and highly rated one would be Ramsden Park. 


4 Seasons Hotel and Residence will be 52-storeys tall with 204 mixed units. Units square footage will begin from 500 square feet and upwards.  

Residents will also have access to high-end amenities that mirror the buildings’ sophisticated furnishings. A stylish and friendly lobby is the perfect place to welcome guests and friends. Executive 24 -hour concierge service will be provided. Also available are an indoor pool area for those who appreciate the nautical nature of life. There’s also a bar area that is stocked with the most in-demand beverages. There’s a meeting room as well as an adjacent business centre. But more importantly, housekeeping service will be available. 


Lifetime Development’s remarkable portfolio of projects range from innovative condo developments to hotels, where their team continuously delivers unprecedented style, function, and amenities. They are consistently demonstrating the vision of identifying key locations assured for growth and influencing the evolution of dynamic urban communities. Lifetime remains at the lead of Toronto’s real estate and development sector.

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