The Gloucester on Yonge

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High-Rise condos in Toronto

595 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON

Gloucester on Yonge is an exclusive address tucked away in the heart of the city.

Concord Adex, one of Canada’s largest land developers, idealizes and constructs this famous representation of luxury. It is inspired by the quatrefoil, an old emblem of luck, and a statement in the time-honoured design of Van Cleef & Arpels’ timeless jewellery line. 

Gloucester on Yonge, architecturally designed by architectsAlliance and ERA Architects Inc., is a 50-story condominium building that has 528 apartments with floor plans ranging from studios to three bedrooms and suite sizes between 600 and 931 square feet.

At Gloucester on Yonge, you can live in luxury while having access to several prestigious amenities right on your doorstep.

Pricing & Fees

  • Est. Maintenance $0.70 / sq ft / month
  • Locker Maintenance $20 / month
  • Parking Maintenance $60 / month
  • Est. Property tax 1% of the price / year


Deposit Structure

  • Total Min. Deposit 15%
  • 10% on Signing 5% on Interim Closing

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The Gloucester on Yonge is located in the Church-Yonge Corridor neighbourhood. This is the best place for young professionals seeking the greatest urban lifestyle. This bustling location provides all the necessities for a busy, on-the-go lifestyle. This district is a city landmark and is within walking distance of the Eaton Center and Massey Hall, two of Toronto’s most renowned structures.

The Gloucester on Yonge has a walk score of 99 out of 100 in this neighbourhood. It shows that daily errands do not need the use of a car. Everything, including good schools, shopping malls, dining options, theatres, art galleries, and other recreational locations, is within walking distance.

Wellesley Station


The location represents an excellent public transportation system with a transit score of 91 out of 100. It implies that there are various possibilities for commuters nearby. Residents of the condo can walk to the Bay, Wellesley, and Bloor-Yonge subway stations, which are all less than an 11-minute walk away. Furthermore, Exhibition GO and Bloor GO are also less than a 25-minute drive away. There are also various bus routes in the region for their convenience.

Those who prefer to drive can reach the DVP through the Bloor-Danforth Viaduct, which connects them to the Gardiner Expressway or Highway 401. Residents can catch a flight at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which is only a 17-minute drive away.


The Gloucester on Yonge is located in a family-friendly area that also caters to growing families. There are several primary and secondary schools in the region, all of which are within walking distance. Young students do not have to go far to attend excellent institutions with proven academic success.

There are also some notable universities in the area for post-secondary students. Students can enroll at either the University of Toronto or the University of St. Michael’s College, which are both less than a 5-minute drive away.

University of Toronto
Toronto Park


Despite its location in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Church-Yonge Corridor is not short on green space. There are various parks nearby, including James Canning Gardens, Norman Jewison Park, and George Hislop Park. These areas are ideal for walks, picnics, and getting away from the city’s bustle. Also, there are water parks in the region to beat the heat, including Lake Shore Inflatable Waterpark and Kidstown Water Park.

Residents of this friendly neighbourhood have a wide range of shopping options at their disposal. This combination comprises both high-end fashion stores and everyday retail. Greenwin Square Mall, which is only a 5-minute drive away, is convenient for locals. This modest mall includes a large No Frills, Rexall Pharmacy, McDonald’s, a lottery kiosk, a hair and nail salon, a postal outlet, and doctors’ offices.

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Concord Adex built The Gloucester on Yonge, a high-rise condominium in Toronto. This 50-storey tower contains 528 units, with suite sizes ranging from 600 to 931 square feet. This iconic structure is placed atop a 5-story podium, accompanied by a variety of layouts ranging from one to three bedrooms.

The Gloucester on Yonge is inspired by Van Cleef & Arpels’ timeless jewellery line, with suites named after the jeweller’s beautiful collection. Each property offers a one-of-a-kind design and expansive open floor plans. It has high-end amenities and finishes such as gourmet chef-inspired kitchens with designer worktops, contemporary kitchen cabinetry, modern open-concept kitchens, integrated appliances, designer-selected light fixtures, and designer backsplashes.

Gloucester exterior
The Gloucester on Yonge amenities

The living areas have high-quality and long-lasting designer flooring. There is designer tile flooring in bathrooms and white ceramic tile in laundry facilities. Smooth ceilings and a ceiling height of 8’4″ to 9’3″ in all living areas are general suite features. Dropped drywall ceilings in bathrooms, balconies, or terraces with railings are also included in the design. The bathrooms also include elegant wall light fixtures, a wall-mounted frameless mirror, and more.

This condominium project has a stunning, designer-inspired, beautiful, and elegant foyer lobby area. It is attended by a 24-hour concierge ready to greet residents and guests. There is a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a movie theatre with recliner seating, a library, a meeting room, a lounge and kitchen, a coffee bar, an outdoor landscaped terrace, an outdoor infinity edge pool, a lounge and BBQ area, and a sundeck accompanied by an infinity pool.

Concord Adex logo


Concord Adex is a subsidiary of the well-known Vancouver-area builder Concord Pacific. They rose to popularity in 1987 when they purchased the Expo 86 grounds and totally renovated the area into a vibrant community. Their presence in Toronto has led to the significant growth of a thriving community and the acceleration of the city’s housing boom.
Expo 86 lands were established when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair in 1986, the final World’s Fair to be staged in North America. In 1987, this entrepreneur realized the potential for a significant acquisition and acquired the Expo grounds. Since then, they have developed across Canada, including the Toronto suburb of Concord CityPlace, and have become one of Canada’s leading real estate developers.
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