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This famous edifice, which rises 31 floors above the Avenue Road and Yorkville Avenue crossroads, is the embodiment of elegance set against the background of the city’s top luxury retail area, complete with designer boutiques, gourmet restaurants, and museums.
The unique design of this skyscraper includes a modern two-story glass platform with vertical glass accents rising from the podium to showcase Yorkville Plaza. The building’s unusual patterned opaque and transparent enameled glass enables it to shift from day to night.
Yorkville is teeming with luxury restaurants and shops, clean and specialty art galleries, and popular nightclubs and clubs. Yorkville’s streets, such as Scollard Street, Hazelton Avenue, and Cumberland Street, are also lined with spas, restaurants, and stores.
For residents of 155 Yorkville Avenue, getting around and exploring the city is a breeze. Avenue Road is readily accessible through TTC bus routes, and both Bay Subway Station and Museum Subway Station are just approximately a 5-minute walk away, providing homeowners with convenient access to both downtown subway lines.
Nearby streets such as Bay, Bloor, and Wellesley all offer bike lanes for cyclists, whereas the closest freeway for automobiles is the Don Valley Parkway, which is accessible through Bloor Street East.
Numerous institutions, including Jessie Ketchum Junior and Senior Public Schools, Branksome Hall, St. Joseph’s College, The University of Toronto, and Ryerson University, service the region around the Yorkville Plaza Condos.
The Yorkville Village Mall and the Hudson’s Bay Centre are nearby malls with more shopping. Both indoor retail malls provide food and liquor shops, as well as banks, pharmacy, and other services for residents. The Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum, Koerner Hall, and the Varsity, Spadina, and CAA Theaters are all within walking distance.
Modern cabinets, integrated stainless-steel appliances, induction cooktops, ceramic backsplashes, and stone countertops complete the look. Bathrooms are equally contemporary in style, with soaking tubs, standing showers, glass doors, and porcelain and stone wall and floor finishes. Best of all, each suite has an ensuite laundry room.
Sliding glass doors, hardwood floors, and eight-foot ceilings offer contemporary conveniences to Residences at Yorkville Plaza homes, while wide bay windows flood living rooms with natural light and provide near-panoramic views of the streets below.
Camrost Felcorp has established its place as one of the foremost names in the development industry since 1976 by consistently leading the way in creating landmark condominiums, and is behind many of the Greater Toronto Area’s most distinctive and memorable residential communities and commercial properties. Unique in design, each is built on a similar foundation of superior craftsmanship, a pre-eminent address, and a timeless style that is ahead of the industry.