The Pemberton
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The Pemberton at 33 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto by Pemberton, designed by architects—Alliance. A conjoined tower development with sections reaching 68 and 44 storeys, with a total of 1,109 condominium units. Toronto Parking Authority garage below grade with 800 parking spaces.

From the previous developer:


33 Yorkville’s elegant gunmetal façade, rising at the corner of Bay Street and Yorkville Avenue, continues Cresford’s tradition of building in prime urban locations. The unique aesthetic, designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, combines the sleek surfaces of two glazed towers, with an eight-storey podium. The design integrates bold architecture with an unparalleled focus on functionality, seamlessly translated into two striking towers, 64 and 42-storeys high.

33 Yorkville enhances the skyline with subtle strength and confidence. The resulting work of artisanship is a whisper, not a shout. Despite spanning almost a full city block, 33 Yorkville quietly redefines the neighbourhood into a singular expression of residential luxury. An iconic landmark that bridges the worlds of luxury and high fashion and connects you to everywhere.

Address 37 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1L4
Category Residential (Condo), Commercial (Retail)
Status Under Construction
Number of Buildings 1
Height 708 ft / 215.79 m, 469 ft / 142.94 m
Storeys 68, 44
Number of Units 1029

Developer Pemberton Group
Landscape Architect Janet Rosenberg & Studio
Interior Designer Michael London Design
Engineering Rebar Enterprises Inc
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