Toronto

135 Yorkville | 46m | 11s | Camrost-Felcorp | WZMH

interchange42

Administrator
Staff member
Member Bio
Joined
Apr 23, 2007
Messages
21,940
Reaction score
16,007
Location
by the Humber
If you're familiar with the Yorkville Plaza redevelopment of the former Four Seasons Hotel at 21 Avenue Road, you will know that there are three components to the redevelopment. The first was the conversion of the hotel to condos called the New Residences of Yorkville Plaza, the second is the new south condo tower called Cumberland at Yorkville Plaza, and the third was to be a 10-storey tall high-end boutique condo to the east of the former hotel tower on Yorkville Avenue. That building is no longer going to be residential condos, but will be an office condo building with retail at street level.

It's going to be called 135 Yorkville, it's designed by WZMH Architects, and construction will be getting under way in the next month or so with occupancy slated for the summer of 2016. It will be 11 storeys tall and 46.6 metres high.

135YvilleHeroStr778.jpg


There will be more up in a dataBase file soon!

42
 

Attachments

taal

Senior Member
Member Bio
Joined
May 19, 2007
Messages
6,577
Reaction score
74
Location
NYCC
Oh hey I like this a lot ! Office use makes me happy in general : ) Did they already sell some of the units though, otherwise its odd they're already starting ??
 

interchange42

Administrator
Staff member
Member Bio
Joined
Apr 23, 2007
Messages
21,940
Reaction score
16,007
Location
by the Humber
The website does not include floor plans for the 9th, 10th, or 11th floors… so maybe Camrost-Felcorp will be moving their head office into those floors? Either that, or yes, those are sold already.

Floor plans indicate that the full-floor ground floor retail could be a two-storey unit if purchased that way.

42
 

taal

Senior Member
Member Bio
Joined
May 19, 2007
Messages
6,577
Reaction score
74
Location
NYCC
The website does not include floor plans for the 9th, 10th, or 11th floors… so maybe Camrost-Felcorp will be moving their head office into those floors? Either that, or yes, those are sold already.

Floor plans indicate that the full-floor ground floor retail could be a two-storey unit if purchased that way.

42
Good observation ! I bet you're right.
 

theotoronto

New Member
Member Bio
Joined
Dec 28, 2014
Messages
3
Reaction score
0
Toronto in general needs more office space.

This project will blend in nicely with the 2 new buildings there.
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Top