Situated at the junction of Merton and Yonge Streets, this striking glass-and-steel tower designed by the award-winning firm of Alliance Architects overlooks Mount Pleasant and the Kay Gardiner Beltline, so residents can enjoy the outdoors all year round. With its expansive wraparound balconies and living spaces, this Toronto condo for sale boasts a contemporary look and feel both inside and out.
Most Notable Features
Amenities: MYC boasts an elaborate array of amenities, including a state-of-the-art theatre, where residentscan view their favourite film, not to mention the coveted rooftop terraces complete with fireplace and lounge (the envy of family and friends alike). And did we mention the environmentally-friendly LEED-designed features for a healthier lifestyle?
Suite Sizes and Layouts: Spread out over 25 stories, these suites range in size from 518 to 2,016 square feet and boast a wide array of luxurious touches, including light-filled suites, soaring 9-ft ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the spectacular views, designer kitchens and granite or Caesar stone countertops in the kitchens.
Convenience: Just steps to Davisville subway station and Toronto’s famed Yorkville, this vibrant neighbourhood is home to boutique shops, fine restaurants and art galleries that will appear to condo buyers looking for a convenience and plenty of green space, too.
There’s a lot on offer around MYC. For your next favourite eatery, try I Zu Japanese restaurant and Fionn MacCool's Irish. Other great eateries in this neighbourhood are Kramer's Bar & Grill, Fat Phill's or The Wallace Gastropub. If a caffeine fix is top priority, you're not too far from Rachel’s Coffee House and Palate for a great brew. Groceries can be found at Friends Fine Foods, Loblaws and Sobeys.
For an afternoon of entertainment, you can head to The Al Green Gallery and Cineplex Canada Square. Nearby schools include Spectrum Alternative Senior School and Davisville Junior Public School. If you just want to get some fresh air and sit on a bench with your favourite book, try June Rowlands Park or Al Green Sculpture Park.
Transit users will appreciate the convenient location – the Davisville TTC subway station is just a short stroll away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via Bayview Ave.