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A high-rise condo at Toronto
Set in the heart of Toronto‘s famed Yorkville, this prestigious two-tower complex sits at Four Seasons Private Residences and Yorkville Ave. A mixed-use development, The Four Seasons Private Residences house a five-star hotel as well as luxury Toronto condos, with every suite offering panoramic city views – a rare find!
The Four Seasons Residences consists of two towers with approximately 253 condominium suites. The West Tower at 50 Yorkville Avenue includes the luxury five-star Four Seasons Hotel Toronto with direct elevator access range in size from 680-9,038 square feet. The East Tower at 55 Scollard Street is an entirely residential building with 109 suites spread across twenty-six floors.
Raising the bar for luxury living in the city, Yabu Pushelberg and Gluckstein Design Planning designed the elegant suites and stylish common areas to complement the impressive array of hotel-inspired services and amenities available to residents. If you’re looking for exquisite residence, this one’s definitely for you.
Located at 50 Yorkville Avenue, at its intersection with Bay Street, the complex is situated one block east of the former Four Seasons Hotel Toronto building at 21 Avenue Road. Royal Ontario Museum is less than one kilometer away. In the summertime, afternoons can be enjoyed without spending a dime, by visiting outdoor spaces like Queens Park, Riverdale Park, or the ivy-clad University of Toronto campus. Plus, a vibrant nightlife awaits in Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood to the south.
There’s absolutely a lot of schools neaarby. You can take your children to Rosedale Day School, Eaton International Academy or at Blyth Academy Yorkville. Always have a lots of option to choose from.
If you’re fond on going to museums or just to enjoy yourself, this residence is just minutes drive To Toronto‘s Harbourfront, CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto International Film Festival Headquarters (TIFF), Four Seasons Centre For The Performing Arts, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre and Roy Thomson Hall.
Movie buffs can saunter over to the Cineplex Cinemas Varsity and VIP Theatre, or catch a live show at the Hart House Theatre at U of T.
If you are a driver, then, Bay and Bloor will be the obvious routes of choice for travel within the immediate vicinity. Those heading farther out of the city centre, on the other hand, will likely take advantage of their close proximity to Bayview Avenue, which carries drivers toward the Don Valley Parkway. From here, the Gardiner Expressway and the 401 can be reached in no time.
With a 98/100 Walk score the condos are a 4-minute walk from the subway. What’s more, the closest station is Bloor-Yonge, which connects to both the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University-Spadina Lines.
When driving, Pearson International Airport can be reached in only 30 minutes from the Four Seasons Private Residences. For those who prefer to leave their cars at home (and forgo the exorbitant airport parking fees), Pearson can be reached in just over 40 minutes via the UP service from the Bloor GO/UP station.
Within this walk-able district, admire charming Victorian facades of endless fashion boutiques, galleries, cafés and restaurants, all just steps from Bloor Street and the downtown business district. They also appreciate the opportunity to live close to world-class shopping venues including Hermes and Louis Vuitton, renowned art galleries and museums, and fine dining restaurants such as One, Sassafraz and Pangaea. Plus, residents can access five-star hotel amenities without leaving the building.”
Lifestyles are lavish at the Four Seasons, and its signature restaurant Café Boulud –a newly renovated French brasserie– and the lively d|bar lounge in its lobby have become two of Yorkville’s hottest locations.
Living in an exquisite life, both towers share the fantastic service and amenities that the Four Seasons Hotel brand is renowned for. The ninth floor of the west tower is home to The Spa at The Four Seasons Toronto and encompasses nearly 30,000 square feet of space. The area includes a tranquil indoor pool, whirlpool, outdoor terrace, 17 treatment rooms, and a salon. The eighth floor offers a twenty-four-hour fitness centre complete with a yoga studio and dedicated cardio and strength training area. Residents also have access to twenty-four-hour concierge services, full security, doorman as well as valet service for both residents and their guests.
Also, residents of these twin towers can enjoy the lushness of the shared courtyard park, valet parking, room service and housekeeping services – not to mention the ballroom facilities!
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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