U Condominiums

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High-Rise Condo in Toronto

Bay Street, Toronto, ON

This 2015-completed structure has 55 and 45 stories. Although these residences in the Bay Street Corridor tower over their surroundings, they never approach garishness. The Pemberton Group and architectsAlliance, headed by the prolific Peter Clewes, devised and designed the site for the most discerning of eyes, respectively. Together, the tower’s glass exterior, which is patterned to resemble stalks of grass, and the arrangement of the balconies, which rise in a slanting pattern, contribute to the building’s modern sophistication.

At the base of the two structures, occupants of 1080 Bay Street enter a three-story vestibule designed by Andrea Kantelberg. The lobby is flooded with light and is attended to by a concierge 24 hours a day. In addition, the condo features an elegant courtyard surrounded by luxurious urban townhomes.


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Each three-story townhouse is clad in limestone that may appear chilly, but copper details — sculptural embellishments that will acquire a beautiful aquamarine patina over time — perfectly enliven this condo. Clewes considered not only what these residences would be, but also what these dwellings would become in the future.

Toronto ON TTC-Subway Line-1 Yonge–University


Residents of the U Condominiums have an easier time traversing the city. Numerous TTC subway stations are accessible on foot. The Yonge-Bloor station is a short distance away and provides residents with access to trains traveling east and west on the Bloor-Danforth Green line and north and south on the Yonge-University-Spadina Yellow line. The latter provides access to the GO, VIA, and Union-Pearson Express via Union Station.


In less than ten minutes, residents can walk to a number of outstanding cultural venues located near Bloor and University. The Gardiner Museum, which displays ceramics and offers pottery classes, the Textile Museum of Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Royal Conservatory of Music, which houses the magnificent Koerner Hall, are all located there.

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Pemberton has earned a reputation for developing high-quality residential and commercial complexes across the Greater Toronto Area for decades. A Pemberton condominium stands out from the crowd because of the team’s passion, ability, and leadership. Our inhabitants are surrounded by attractive features and absolutely great facilities, and they benefit from design skill and superb workmanship.

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