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Imperial Plaza

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111 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M4V 1N5
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Imperial Plaza​

Built with the fear of nuclear war back in 1957, this might just be one of the most resilient residences in the city. The entire frame is even welded together, which is more stable than the modern tendency to use riveting.

Once the headquarters of Imperial Oil Ltd., Imperial Plaza stands as an architectural legacy for Toronto and a tribute to mid-century modernism. Built in 1957 with a limestone façade and welded steel frame, no expense was spared in construction. For the neighbourhood looking in, the building is recognized for its dramatic two-storey polished marble lobby housing York Wilson’s two mural masterpiece ‘The Story of Oil’.

“The conversion of such a significant building into a state of the art condominium residence creates a rare opportunity in Toronto for select residents to call an iconic building ‘home’,” says Rod Rowbotham President, Onespace Unlimited, the architecture firm leading the conversion.

Moving this unique address into the 21st century, Imperial Plaza residents will have access to one of the largest and most impressive condo amenity footprint in the city.  The indoor/outdoor 40,000 sq. ft. amenity area will feature a music recording/rehearsal sound studios, golf simulator, gaming room and full sized fitness club with opulent change rooms, squash courts, yoga and aerobics studios and a spa inspired swimming pool and hot tub


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What’s around in this impressive neighborhood?

Nestled between Avenue Road and Yonge Street, surrounded by areas like Deer Park, Summerhill, Forest Hill, Yorkville, and Rosedale, anyone living at 111 St. Clair West is in luck.

From the Imperial Plaza, residents can find romantic restaurants along Yonge, take a nature walk through David A. Balfour Park, or head down Avenue for some high-end shopping. And as for the necessities, no one has to get out in the cold thanks to the Longos and LCBO located on the ground floor.

While the Longos downstairs is not the largest grocery store in the city, residents looking for something specific can head over to the massive Loblaws at St. Clair and Spadina. Alternatively, those looking for organic goods will love living so close to the Whole Foods on Avenue Road.


The life within the soft loft

The homes themselves are just as opulent as the building. Even the smallest of the bunch, beginning at around 500 square feet, are modern and graceful. Those looking for a little more space, on the other hand, will be glad to hear that Imperial Plaza host one of the largest suits in Toronto reaching up to approximately 5,000 square feet.

Details like spa-inspired bathrooms and contemporary European kitchens can be found throughout the Imperial Plaza. As well, window-clad walls, high ceilings, and smooth laminate flooring are aplenty.

Especially grandiose, though, are the five penthouses at 111 St. Clair West. Spanning multiple storeys, these units boast floor-to-ceiling windows that make up entire walls. Additionally, they feature fireplaces (yes, more than one), multiple dressing rooms, and grand staircases. The most spacious one even boasts a terrace that spans almost 2,000 square feet.

Imperial Plaza lobby

Imperial Plaza Highlights

  • Soaring 10 foot high smooth painted ceilings
  • Located in Yonge and St. Clair near Forest Hill South, Summerhill, Rosedale and Yorkville — four of Toronto’s most luxurious neighbourhoods
  • Biggest amendment area around with indoor pool, gym/exercise room, media room, games room ,party/meeting room ,concierge the list goes on.
  • Surrounded by busy shopping, dining and entertainment hubs
  • Nearby parks include David A. Balfour Park and Deer Park


Camrost Felcorp
David Feldman, the Founder, President and CEO of Camrost Felcorp, has been actively involved in the real estate business for over 40 years. His pioneering vision has created exceptional and award-winning waterfront developments from The World Trade Centre at the foot of Yonge Street to the award-winning Marina Del Rey in south Etobicoke. Today Camrost Felcorps impressive portfolio includes over 8,000 residences and more than 1 million square feet of office and retail space. Among the landmark residences are 9T6 Condominium Residences and Kings Court in downtown Toronto. The Savoy in Don Mills, The Palace and Manor Gates in Mississauga, One Glen Park in midtown Toronto, The Avenue at Avenue and St. Clair, Imperial Plaza at Yonge and St. Clair, Yorkville Plaza at Avenue and Bloor, Village Gate in Lower Forest Hill and the multi-faceted Mystic Pointe Community on the waterfront. After more than three decades developing iconic condominium residences in Toronto and the GTA, Camrost Felcorp continues to raise the bar in sophisticated urban living with outstanding amenities and style that is always ahead of its time.