Rising up out of its excavation pit, The Yorkville Condominiums have hit ground level at the corner of Davenport Avenue and McMurrich Street in Toronto's prestigious Yorkville neighbourhood.
Although these construction photos don't currently hint at it yet, the renderings of this Wallman Architects-designed building promise a slim and elegant tower marked by copper-coloured mullions and golden extrusions. Interiors by Tomas Pearce detail living spaces which are just as luxurious as the neighbourhood they are situated in. Developed by Lifetime Developments, 31-storeys tall, and packed with top flight features, amenities and attractions, these condos are the definition of refined living.
First impressions always count, so it's not just the exterior of Yorkville Condominiums where attention to detail has been paid. Inside the 11-foot high front doors a sophisticated lobby greets residents and visitors with black stained wood and glass, while the 2-storey lobby offers plush couches and modern furniture, black-on-black floors, and shimmering chandeliers hanging from the ceilings.
Whether it's a one, two, and three bedroom unit or even a penthouse, each suite will include the same desirable features. For those seeking a little more space and a door directly on the street, the Yorkville Condominiums also include six townhomes, located adjacent to the main tower but secluded on quiet McMurrich Street. No matter the size or price of each suite or townhome, the living arrangements will all sport the same level of modernity and luxury.
A rooftop terrace with a spectacular view overlooking the city, fitness centre for those looking to get active, and resident's lounge for those looking to relax and socialize with their neighbours are a few of the desirable amenities thrown into the mix. For those looking to indulge in what the vibrant Yorkville community has to offer, a sea of upmarket shops, boutiques, gourmet cafés and restaurants are just a few steps away. Close access to the subway also provides plenty of convenience in regards to getting around town.
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