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FIVE condo is a residential development in downtown Toronto that combines traditional urban industrial architecture and contemporary design by MOD Developments Inc. and Graywood Developments. It restores a 1905 Gothic Revival Brick warehouse at the corner of St. Joseph and St. Nicholas Streets, adding newly configured windows, roofs and storefronts. The heritage preservation efforts include restoring nearly half a block of historically significant buildings on Yonge Street, as well as retaining the original paving stones along St. Nicholas.
The elegant tower features contiguous glass curves and undulating balconies, and a 6,000 square foot outdoor roof garden. Everything you need is here: colleges, working places, shops, restaurants, cafes, clubs, and green areas. It is a place for those who want to have a city at your fingertips. Those who would like to experience living in this spectacular urban area.
FIVE is situated in a central location, just steps from everything. The building is close to the charming and trendy Yorkville area, offering some of the city’s best dining and shopping options. The Financial District is minutes away, so the office is never far. Located near the famous intersection of Yonge and Bloor, living at FIVE means you have direct access to the ROM, University of Toronto, and Varsity Stadium. FIVE is also near the Wellesley subway station, so TTC access is incredibly convenient.
With everything at your fingertips, it’s impossible not to love living here. The shopping ranges from world class on Bloor to unique and funky further south. If you are a foodie, you have access to everything from trendy and authentic Spanish restaurant Segovia, to family run craft beer house Bar Volo or quick and ready, but always delicious, Vietnamese cuisine at Ginger.
For those concerned with working off all of the scrumptious calories to be found nearby, the incredibly fun and unique Dynamic Conditioning Centre is mere steps up the street. Residents can also head down to the Eaton Centre to satisfy all of their shopping needs.
With Toronto Police Museum, The Gardiner Museum and Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass a 4-minute walk from your door, you’ll always have something to do on a day off or weekend. For nearby green space, Norman Jewison Park, George Hislop Park and Alexander Street Parkette could be good to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk.
With a 98/100 Walk and 95/100 Transit score, driving, cycling, walking, and riding the TTC are all viable options for getting around. Wellesley Station takes about three minutes to reach on foot, from which travelers can catch trains heading north or south along the Yonge subway line. The Wellesley bus is a good option for those heading east or west, as is the streetcar along College, or the Bloor-Danforth subway trains.
Those heading out in cars can head up to Bloor in order to access the Don Valley Parkway, a highway that will land drivers at the 401 or the Gardiner Expressway in no time.
FIVE offers you a full- service amenity package to suit your every desire. This includes fully equipped fitness and weight rooms, his-and-hers change rooms with steam rooms, piano bar and cocktail lounge, 24/7 concierge service and 8 hour, 7 day-a-week recreational director. There’s also a Party room opening on to a roof-top garden designed by Janet Rosenberg and Associates.
Graywood Developments is a private investment management company, focusing on developing real estate within Canada and the United States for over three decades. They have impressive portfolio in all aspects of project management, including residential, commercial and industrial real estate. Also, they have well experience from legal approvals, design, sales, construction management to financing. They’re behind several affluent condominium and townhome communities all across the GTA.
MOD Developments Inc. is a full-service real estate company specializing in unique urban developments with a focus on architectural excellence, heritage preservation, and city-building.
It is up headed by Gary Switzer, CEO and Noorez Lalani, President.
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