The Church-Wellesley Village is one of many Downtown neighbourhoods being transformed by our ongoing high-rise growth spurt. Several buildings are already under construction around this culturally vibrant neighbourhood, and more are soon to rise, including developer Plaza's planned condominium tower, 50 at Wellesley Station.
Sales are well under way for the 37-storey, Quadrangle Architects-designed development, which will be built on the north side of Wellesley Street East, between Yonge and Church Streets. In fact, 90% of the building's 365 units have been sold, and Plaza is launching the final two penthouse floors of the development. These penthouse units are priced starting from $675,000 for a 835 square-foot, three bedroom corner suite, and go up to $939,000 for a 1283 square-foot, three bedroom suite.
Residents of 50 at Wellesley Station will have use of a second floor amenity level offering a yoga room, media room, and indoor and outdoor lounge areas. To the east of the building is Paul Kane House Parkette which will provide green space at ground level and keep views open to the east. Beyond the parkette, the location offers the vitality of the Toronto LGBTQ community's heart along Church Street to the east, an eclectic and quickly revitalizing Yonge Street to the west, and the luxuries of Bloor Yorkville's shops to the north. The subway is just steps to the west, putting the rest of Toronto a short ride away.
You can learn more about the newly released penthouse suites by visiting 50 at Wellesley Station's sales centre, located onsite, between Noon and 6 PM Mondays to Thursdays, and 11 AM to 5 PM weekends and holidays. Additional information including renderings and several floor plans can be found in the project's dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the conversation? Check out the associated Forum threads, or join in the discussion by leaving a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.
|Related Companies:||COUNTERPOINT ENGINEERING, Live Patrol Inc., Patton Design Studio, Plaza, Quadrangle, TMG Builders|