The Regency Yorkville

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High-rise condo and townhouses in Toronto

68 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON

Be a part of The Regency Yorkville, where the cultural heart of Toronto is only steps away!

This spectacular project, which features a high-rise building of 18 stories with 58 units, was built by Plaza and Hi-Rise Group, two of the most experienced land developers. The structure is finished and can be found at 68 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON.

The Regency Yorkville has well-designed flats ranging in size from 1,901 to 5,955 square feet. The floor plan includes three-bedroom configurations that are ideal for a variety of lifestyles. A New York-style structure, The Regency Yorkville combines the prestige of Yorkville with exceptional urban conveniences and accessibility.

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The Regency Yorkville is situated in the Annex district. It is a vibrant neighbourhood with lovely outdoor spaces and art galleries, such as Queen’s Park, Rosedale Valley, and others nearby. The Casa Loma, a beautiful 18th-century castle with regular tours and grounds open seasonally, is one of its key attractions.

The neighbourhood has a nearly flawless walk score of 99 out of 100, indicating that daily tasks do not require the use of a car. Living in this appealing Toronto residence opens up a plethora of living amenities such as retail malls, excellent restaurants, fashionable cafés, schools, hospitals, nightlife, and many more.

Museum Station


With a nearly perfect transit score of 92 out of 100, there are plenty of public transportation alternatives for everyone. Residents can walk to many bus lines in the region in a few minutes. The nearest subway stations are Bay, St. George, and Museum Station, all of which are less than a 10-minute walk from the property. Residents do not have to worry about getting around the city with this option because most excursions are made quick and easy.

Furthermore, commuters also appreciate the nearby Bloor GO station, which is only a 19-minute drive away. Residents can go to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which is only 18 minutes away by car, for long-distance travel.


The Regency Yorkville is close to various elementary and secondary schools, including Palmerston Avenue Junior Public School, Bloor Collegiate Institute, and Northern Secondary School. These institutions will instill exceptional character, develop connections, and provide academic guidance to students to make learning more fun. Parents may be confident that their children’s educational needs will be satisfied.

Postsecondary students have access to some of the most famous universities in the area, including the University of Toronto – St. George Campus and the University of St. Michael’s College, both of which are less than a 10-minute walk away.

University of Toronto-St. George Campus
CF Toronto Eaton Centre


Shopping has never been difficult in this neighbourhood because fantastic shopping options for everyone’s taste can be found here. Residents find shopping at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, which is only a 6-minute drive away, to be more convenient and enjoyable. This commercial center contains a variety of anchor businesses, including two food stores, which makes it quite convenient. Recent renovations have made the mall feel more modern and expensive.

Furthermore, outdoor activities added to the neighbourhood’s charm and attractiveness. Some of the nicest nearby parks include Jesse Ketchum Park, Harold Town Park, and Asquith Green. These are nice spots to get away from the city noise. Not only that, but locals may enjoy popular golf courses such as Flemingdon Park Golf Club and Rosedale Golf Club.

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The Regency Yorkville is a high-rise townhouse and condominium complex in Toronto, making many of its inhabitants’ dreams come true with expansive floor designs. Crown and cornice mouldings, 9 to 10-foot ceilings, open-concept Bellini kitchens, and other luxuries are included in each unit.

Its opulent New York-inspired design distinguishes it from other downtown Toronto condos. It is always appealing to purchasers searching for a luxurious lifestyle in the heart of a popular, affluent neighbourhood.

The Regency Yorkville exterior
The Regency Yorkville exterior

The Regency Yorkville also provides a plethora of exquisite amenities. Residents are greeted by an appealing lobby with a 24-hour concierge desk that is always friendly and makes residents and guests alike feel welcome, a cutting-edge fitness centre with weights and other equipment for everyone’s training routines, a fairly large party room where residents can bring their guests to celebrate special occasions, and a rooftop terrace for relaxation and socialization.

It also includes valet parking and guest parking spots to guarantee that your car is well taken care of. The presence of visible security surrounding the property makes the area seem safer and more secure.

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Hi-Rise Group


For many decades, Plazacorp has invested in land, low-rise and high-rise development, and technology companies that drive our innovation economy toward smarter cities and more livable communities. Our brand is based on honesty, transparency, congruence, and consistent returns. Each of our business segments is motivated by an innovative spirit.
Anthony Heller, who has worked in real estate development for 35 years, and David Brothman started the company in 1981. During the nine years before that, Brothman was in charge of the design, marketing, and sales of 18 development projects.
Warren Green established the Hi-Rise Group in 1979 as a fully integrated development and construction firm. Their first project was the construction of 678 apartment suites in North York, which was immediately followed by a 1,110-apartment suite project in Brampton, which comprised four towers, a big leisure centre, and parking for 2,000 automobiles. Since that time, the principals of the firm have planned, funded, marketed, and built hundreds of apartment buildings.
Hi-Rise began as a merchant builder, selling the majority of the projects it created and completed. This allowed them to have an exceptionally fast asset to rapid liability ratio and bond their projects. This bonding capacity enabled Hi-Rise to enter the social housing market, where they constructed substantially for the Ministry of Housing, numerous Co-Op Groups, and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. As a result of this involvement, Hi-Rise got valuable expertise in engaging with government bodies. Hi-Rise was also among the first Canadian firms to construct a “turnkey” hotel/convention centre for the People’s Republic of China.

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