What does it mean to live in Yorkville? It is to be part of a rarefied community, where you can live and shop, dine and build a home - all in one of North America's most celebrated enclaves.
The Builder Bazis build structures that exemplify luxury, creativity and community and this new project will be no different. According to 1 Yorkville architect Rosario Varacalli, “1 Yorkville will stand out from other projects in Toronto because of three things: preservation, porosity and changing perspectives.”
Yorkville has a rich history and it’s important to the builders to respect the heritage. They are preserving and restoring a collection of very refined Yorkville Village buildings that date back to the 1860s.Porosity
1 Yorkville will also be steps away from two subway lines and PATH. We are also introducing a revitalized and redesigned walkway/laneway that will connect pedestrians to Yorkville.Perspectives
For 1 Yorkville, the Architect Varacalli is introducing a sculptural 3D wallpaper – which changes in light, shadow and colour, and perspective.
The new project is about changing perspectives in Yorkville and adding innovative structures to the City while preserving heritage. Over the next few weeks, the Builder will be releasing more information and details about 1 Yorkville including renderings. Believe us when we say that you will be amazed with what we have to show you.
Foremost, this singular building will redefine luxury in one of North America's most sought-after neigbourhoods.
Perhaps the Toronto's glitziest and most glamurous shopping area Cumberland, yorkville and Bloor street, this is where the rich and the famous get their fashions to show off on Yorkville's restaurants and shopping area. This is one of the most exclusive addresses of Canada , a tree-lined street avenue with top fashion designer boutiques and, of course, the famous Restaurants and boutiques. Very pedestrian-friendly, this area continue with a world-famous luxury condo avenues, bay street and bloor street.
Being such a friendly city, Toronto' Yorkville offers some of the most pleasant shopping experiences in the world. Its best shops are found on the small streets of Yorkville, Cumberland and Scollard, not far from the city's top museums. It's also home to some of the most expensive luxury condo apartments in the country, and the international luxury brands target those well-heeled locals.
The Royal Ontario Museum located at the corner of Avenue rd and Bloor St west it is on walking distance to Yorkville Area. ROM is a well known museum of world culture and natural history. One of the largest museum in North America. Located steps from Queens Park in the University of toronto district and a spectacular entrance on Bloor Street.
Located on the best corner of Avenue rd and Yorkville on the south side a new development by Camrost is opening in February 2014. YORKVILLE PLAZA II CUMBERLAND TOWERS CONDOS will be built next to Yorkville Plaza and will be ready in 2016.
Thanks to the proximity to Yonge and Bay and the increase in condo construction, downtown Yorkville area is becoming a full-fledged residential neighbourhood. Along the Bay Street Corridor, the newest condos are being built one after another. Among the skyscrapers, the 1000 bay street Condo residences and the newest Murano towers. Residing in the corridor means you’ll be at the centre of everything. The University of Toronto and the Hospitals are on the western side of the bay street and conviniently on east side Yonge street with the Subway conection and the luxury restaurants.
To find out more about this exclusive preconstruction condominium, contact VICTOR FISCHLER now
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