Containing some of Canada's top-valued real estate, Toronto's trendy Yorkville neighbourhood has seen a wave of new residential growth as people flock to live in the posh shopping and dining district. At Avenue Road and Yorkville Avenue, Camrost-Felcorp's redevelopment of the former Four Seasons hotel will be adding plenty of new residents into the converted hotel tower and the purpose-built condominium tower to its south.

The last piece of Yorkville Plaza property is a three-storey wing of the former hotel, located at 135 Yorkville Avenue, east of the original tower, which was originally used for ground floor retail space with back-of-house facilities above. Recent use has been as a presentation centre for the condos. This site will be next to be redeveloped as an 11-storey condominium office building, giving businesses the same opportunity that residents have taken to land a prestigious Yorkville address.

135 Yorkville Avenue, Camrost-Felcorp, WZMH Architects, TorontoRendering of 135 Yorkville Avenue, image courtesy of Camrost-Felcorp

Designed by WZMH Architects, the 50,000 square-foot 135 Yorkville will rise 11 storeys, offering purchasers fully customizable floor plates ranging in size from 4,500 square-feet to 5,700 square-feet, featuring ceiling heights up to 10 feet. Being a condo-office building, space is being sold to owners instead of leased, with floor prices ranging from $3.7 up to $4.9 million. Owners will never have to deal with increasing rental costs for their space.

135 Yorkville Avenue, Camrost-Felcorp, WZMH Architects, Toronto135 Yorkville Avenue in its current state, image by Edward Skira

The stepped terraces on the north side of the building will offer outdoor spaces featuring views overlooking Yorkville Avenue. 135 Yorkville will also include retail at ground level, with the option for a two-storey space if that is the direction the purchaser chooses to pursue. The building is expected to be completed in the fall of 2016.

135 Yorkville Avenue, Camrost-Felcorp, WZMH Architects, Toronto135 Yorkville Avenue in its current state, image by Edward Skira

We look forward to learning more about 135 Yorkville in the near future. For now, you can visit our dataBase file for the project to see additional renderings for the project. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread for 135 Yorkville, or leave a comment using the space provided at the bottom of this page.