High-rise condo in Toronto
The Ritz-Carlton Residences are a luxurious gem hidden in the city center!
Graywood Developments and Cadillac Fairview Corporation, two of the country’s most reputable and well-known property developers, collaborated to build this spectacular skyscraper at 183 Wellington St. W., Toronto, ON. This stunning tower aims to impress both its celebrity-studded hotel guests and its long-term residents. It was completed in 2011.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences soars 53-storey tall with 135 well-designed suites with ceiling heights ranging from 10’0″ to 12’0″. Unit sizes range from 3248 to 6,020 square feet, with one to three-bedrooms layouts. The most luxurious element at this hotel are all about luxury, with endless features, design, and architecture.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences are located in the Waterfront Communities-The Island district. There are numerous sites to see in this neighbourhood, including Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, a must-see destination for tourists and people of all ages, where inhabitants may discover underwater adventures by immersing themselves in a world of 20,000 aquatic species. Aside from this attraction, St. Lawrence Market has over 200 merchants offering anything from local mustard to fresh pasta, and lobster to handcrafted bread.
With a nearly flawless walking score of 97 out of 100, it’s no wonder that daily tasks in this region don’t necessitate the use of a car. Because this is a dynamic area, everything its inhabitants require is easily available. Residents of the Ritz Carlton may also walk to a variety of city facilities, including live music venues, clubs and pubs, restaurants, theatres, retail malls, banks, and many more.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences received a flawless transit score of 100 for having world-class public transportation. Residents have no trouble getting around the city thanks to the PATH system, which enables everyone to have direct access to the subway and also serves as a means to navigate around the city on foot without having to step outside.[mobileonly][expand title=”Read More”]Residents may reach St. Andrew Station in 5 minutes by simply walking outside the property. Subway trains travelling north or south from either of these will take travellers to a variety of locations within the city. The Gardiner Expressway is so easily accessible to cars that it makes travelling east or west a snap.[/expand][/mobileonly][desktoponly]Residents may reach St. Andrew Station in 5 minutes by simply walking outside the property. Subway trains travelling north or south from either of these will take travellers to a variety of locations within the city. The Gardiner Expressway is so easily accessible to cars that it makes travelling east or west a snap.[/desktoponly]
The development project recognized that for a community to expand, growing families must be properly cared for not only in other areas but also in educational aspects, and this site is strategically positioned to suit those needs. Because of the proximity of nearby primary and secondary schools such as Ogden Junior Public School, Inglenook Community School, and St. Mary Catholic Academy, residents of Ritz Carlton have access to educational institutions in the community.
Furthermore, numerous well-known post-secondary universities in the vicinity, notably Northeastern University—Toronto and the University of Toronto, both of which are less than a 12-minute drive away, provide outstanding education and off-campus housing options.
As part of the Waterfront Communities-The Island area, it is home to some of the region’s most well-known beaches. Summer has never been more enjoyable than spending the day under the sun and swimming in the gorgeous water. Residents can walk to HTO Beach in 16 minutes, or drive 11 minutes to Hanlan’s Point Beach, which is a sandy, seasonal public beach with lifeguards and a popular clothing-optional section.
Residents who enjoy green spaces can visit some of the best and nearest parks in the neighbourhood, including Simcoe Park, Clarence Square, and St. Patrick’s Square.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Toronto feature roughly 10-foot-high hanging drywall ceilings. The entryway, living room, and dining area may all have custom-built thin coffered ceilings. Smooth-painted suspended drywall ceilings can be added to the sophisticated, gorgeous look. The windows are full-height, wall-to-wall double-glazed, low-E windows in an insulated, custom-designed aluminum glazing system, and the door is an 8′ or 9′ high solid core inset or raised panel. Lighting options include capped wall outlets for wall sconces and halogen white baffle pot lights.
The kitchen has Bellini handcrafted cabinetry in modern, transitional, or antique designs, as well as matching hardware. Marble, granite, or limestone is used for the flooring.
Homeowners also had access to an outdoor terrace with stunning views of the Toronto cityscape and Lake Ontario, as well as a residence-only gathering space for social gatherings, business meetings, and private usage.
The master bedroom has a dominating modern silver-leafed canopy bed with a hint of chinoiserie style, as well as a Deco-inspired lounge chair in animal-patterned cut velvet. The architectural bedside tables are finished in a rich deep walnut and have bent silver legs that sweep in semi-circular shapes. The scene is set upon another rich cranberry and ochre-hued area carpet. There is also plenty of parking for both residents and visitors.
Cadillac Fairview Corporation, one of Canada’s most significant developers, is an internationally focused owner, operator, investor, and developer of best-in-class real estate in retail, commercial, residential, industrial, and mixed-use asset classes. Cadillac Fairview’s story began more than 60 years ago in Toronto, when three friends, Eph Diamond, Joseph Berman, and Jack Kamin, started their own construction company. While they couldn’t agree on a name for their new company at first, the three finally found inspiration in Kamin’s car, a Cadillac, which became the company’s namesake.