One St Thomas Residences at 1 St Thomas St, Toronto 0
One St Thomas Residences at 1 St Thomas St, Toronto 1

One St Thomas Residences

1 St Thomas St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,930(past 365 days)
Size Range
474-8,435 sqft
Age Of Building
15 years

Located on the corner of Charles Street and St. Thomas just south of Bloor Street, One St. Thomas Residences is the definition of high-end downtown Toronto living. Finished in 2008, this elegant 29-storey art-deco skyscraper is home to just 77 luxury Yonge and Bloor condos for sale. Featuring the highest quality finishes such as Downsview Kitchens craftsmanship, solid core doors, detailed mouldings, fireplaces and walk-in closets, it is one of Toronto’s most impressive residences. Considered a Yorkville condo, the building amenities are set to match with service and style. Looking past the building, residents will find themselves in a prime spot within the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, an eclectic downtown experience that brings together fun nightlife adventures, boutique shopping, arts and culture venues, and Toronto business bustle.

Most Notable Features
Award-winning architecture: One St. Thomas Residences has been heralded for its inspired architectural design, bringing a 1920’s New York style to downtown Toronto. Robert Stern, an award-winning architect and Dean of the Yale School of Architecture, is responsible for this elegant blend of classical style and modern quality.
Select townhouses: Unique to this condo development is the addition of four townhouses located next door along Charles Street. The houses are each three-stories and feature similar finishes to the tower’s apartment style suites. So if you like the location and features but wish to avoid the use of elevators, then One St. Thomas Residences may have a townhouse that’s right for you.
Celebrity amenities: With five-star concierge, doorman and valet, indoor pool and whirlpool, two private massage rooms, a formal dining room, and two guest suites, the amenities at One St. Thomas Residences are fit for celebrities, literally.

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Visitor Parking
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Cable TV
Air Conditioning
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 1st

Highest price per sqft out of 450 condos in Downtown

condo Values : +21.7%

Year over year change in values at 1 St Thomas St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1930/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 1 St Thomas St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $0.00/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 1 St Thomas St, Toronto

Area Comparison : +65.3%

Avg. days on Market : 80 days

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About 1 St Thomas St, Toronto

With a luxurious home at 1 St. Thomas Street, you are a single block from one of Toronto’s most popular intersections. The Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood offers an exciting mosaic of the downtown living experience, with the central TTC junction pulling it all together. You will enjoy a smooth blend of business, fashion, artistry, and entertainment, from Yonge Street nightlife and cultural events to Bloor Street restaurants and cafes, Yorkville boutique shopping, and Bay Street business bustle. Discover the Royal Ontario Museum, the Toronto Reference Library, the Eaton Centre, plus a variety of cinemas, theatres, and art galleries. All of Yorkville’s gourmet restaurants and bars are open to you from Opus Restaurant on Prince Arthur Avenue with over 2,500 wines to Blu Ristorante on Yorkville Avenue for a romantic evening over contemporary Italian dishes.
For local groceries you can find Longo’s on Bloor Street in Hudson’s Bay Centre, Valu-Mart at Bloor and Bay Street, and No Frills at Saks Market on Bloor just west of Sherbourne Street.
Nearby green space includes the nature trails of Rosedale Valley and Queens Park, a popular tree-filled spot perfect for jogging, roller-blading, outdoor workouts, or simply sitting in the shade with a book.

The Yonge and Bloor area has a 100 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly lanes on Wellesley, College, and Sherbourne Streets. If you want to travel fast, the main hub of Toronto’s TTC network is right at Bloor and Yonge, giving you access to the whole city. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Yonge Street and the Lower Jarvis onramp and the Don Valley Parkway via Danforth Avenue.

Alexander Evans
Sales Representative Inc., Brokerage