Pinnacle Centre I, located at the intersection of Yonge Street and Harbour Street, is the second phase in a four-building condominium complex along Toronto’s waterfront created by Pinnacle International.
Standing at 29-storeys of panelled glass, Pinnacle Centre I offers 297 Toronto condos for sale and for rent in the downtown Waterfront neighbourhood. Suites range in size and layout from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedrooms plus den, with a reputation for high-end features and finishes, gourmet kitchens and spa-like bathrooms. Within walking distance to Toronto’s downtown Core, Harbourfront, and the St. Lawrence Market, these Toronto condos an ideal spot for working professionals and new families.
Most Notable Features
Inspiring views: An impressive high-rise of 29-storeys, with private open-air balconies in many of the units, residents at Pinnacle Centre I will enjoy inspiring views of Toronto’s skyline, the Harbourfront area, and Lake Ontario.
One-of-a-kind amenities: Residents at Pinnacle Centre I enjoy access to a one-of-a-kind 30,000-square-foot amenities centre called the Pinnacle Club. Inside you’ll find a multi-level indoor/outdoor facility with a swimming pool, social spaces, and even mini-golf and a tennis court.
Ground floor eateries: Urban convenience is always something downtown Toronto condos strive to offer homeowners, and Pinnacle Centre I certainly delivers. The building has many ground-level eateries, such as Mr. Pizza, Kokoro Japanese Restaurant, and Miller Tavern on Bay Street, where residents can grab a quick bite, order in, or enjoy an evening of fine dining.
With a home at 12 Yonge Street, residents are just a short jaunt from Bay Street and Yonge Street, both of which can connect you instantly to Toronto’s exciting downtown destinations like the Entertainment District, Toronto’s Eaton Centre, and St. Lawrence Market. With many local restaurants, cafes, and bars nearby, such as Cocoberry Café, Harbour Sixty Steakhouse, and Oyshi Sushi, you’ll always have a quick place to eat and grab a coffee. And if you feel like venturing a little further for a meal, just head up to Taverna Mercatto near the CN Tower or Toula Restaurant & Bar along the lake.
If you fancy yourself a chef, you can pick up all sorts of groceries at Kitchen Table Grocery Stores or Sobeys. There is also a Rexall Drugstore just a short stroll away.
And for a pleasant stroll through some green space, Harbour Square Park, Exhibition Common and Ontario Square are all within easy walking distance.
Pinnacle Centre I has your travel options covered. There’s a bus stop at Bay Street and Lake Shore Boulevard West, and Union Station is only four minutes away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardener Expressway via Yonge Street.