One of two towers built in 2008 in Toronto’s Mount Pleasant West neighbourhood, this 54-storey structure offers residents a stylish lifestyle with all the trimmings in the heart of the vibrant Yonge-Eglinton corridor. Its bold architecture boasts sleek, vertical lines, reflective glass and a distinctly contemporary style. The tallest building in the Yonge-Eglinton corridor, the south-facing units of these Toronto condos have an impressive view of the Toronto skyline.
Most Notable Features
Suite Layouts: Inside, the suites in these suites feature generous open spaces and plenty of natural light, with rich finishes and textures. And for even more comfort, each suite comes complete with Energy Star-certified appliances and a cutting-edge indoor air quality control system to supplement the central heating and air conditioning.
Amenities: Residents will enjoy a wide array of amenities via the Landmark Club, which houses a spectacular indoor lap pool. And if you want to host a party, the entertainment lounge provides a kitchen and bar and a private dining room to better entertain friends and family. With top-of-the-line fitness facilities, professional landscaping and barbecues, this complex endless possibilities for play, relaxation and a little inspiration, too.
Ultra-convenient: If you feel the sudden need for a caffeine fix and/or a good steak, look no further: there’s a Starbucks and Keg in the building's lower level.
This vibrant neighbourhood is home to plenty of great eateries, Mandarin Restaurant and Crossroad Gourmet among them. For coffee lovers, La Tazza Café and Starbucks serve up a great brew. Need some groceries? Sobeys and Pascale Gourmet are both close by. If you’re a film buff, just head over to Cineplex Canada Square, Famous Players Canada Square Cinemas and Phase 4 Films.
For nearby green space, June Rowlands Park and Sherwood Park are ideal places to catch a breath of fresh air and relax with a good book. If it’s education you’re looking for, Oxford College of Canada and Aceit Secondary School will fit the bill. Want to learn a new skills? Just head to Salsa Bachata Dance Lessons.
Transit users will love the convenience of living right near Eglinton subway station and the Yonge St. bus stop. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via Bayview Ave.