Ghods Builders5959 Yonge Street Condos is setting itself apart from other Toronto developments, offering a vast array of amenities, including some innovative spaces that you won't find offered in other any condominium projects in the city. Designed by Kirkor Architects Planners, the 43 and 31-storey towers will rise on Yonge Street north of Cummer in North York, intensifying a large site near Finch Subway Station with the addition of new residents, retail, and public space.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersRendering of 5959 Yonge, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

Four floors of amenity space are being offered at 5959 Yonge, providing residents with a multitude of common areas in which to relax, socialize with neighbours, and entertain guests. The first amenity level, located on the ground floor, will feature a two lane, ten-pin bowling alley, a pet spa, hospitality rooms, meeting rooms, and a guest suite.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersAmenity level 1 layout, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

The star feature of the first amenity level will be the innovative glass multi-sport LED fitness court, which features adjustable lines that will allow over a dozen sports to be played. While this feature will be the first of its kind in a Toronto condominium development, the technology has been implemented in a private home in the Bridle Path area, seen in the video below.

On the second floor, 5959 Yonge will offer residents spaces like a sports bar and lounge with multiple large screen TVs, a pool table, a bar, and modular booth seating. There will also be two Hospitality Rooms with a bar, lounge area, private dining room and a shared prep-kitchen, a media lounge and theatre, a guest suite, and another meeting room.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersAmenity level 2 layout, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

The third floor amenity level includes both indoor and outdoor spaces. Inside, this level features a fitness centre, a pool, and a Yoga/Pilates studio.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersRendering of indoor pool at 5959 Yonge, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

Outside, the third amenity level will feature outdoor spaces like the Zen River Garden, barbecue areas, and an outdoor lounge with a bar and flaming water feature.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersAmenity level 3 layout, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersRendering of outdoor space on third amenity level, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

The fourth amenity level provides a more tranquil environment than the spaces on the lower amenity levels. Here, residents will find strictly outdoor spaces, including cabana lounges, outdoor fire pit, barbecue area, a landscaped garden, a juice bar, and a reflecting pool.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersAmenity level 4 layout, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

In addition to this already impressive collection of amenity spaces, residents will also have access to a two-storey space located on the 32nd floor of the taller 43-storey tower, called the 'Chai Atrium'. This high-ceilinged space occupies the same square footage as three full condo units in the development, and will give residents of all floors a common space in the sky to take in views of the surrounding city.

5959 Yonge Street Condos, Toronto, Kirkor Architects, Ghods BuildersLocation of the Chai Atrium on the taller tower of 5959 Yonge, image courtesy of Ghods Builders

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