One of Yorkville’s oldest residential buildings, Residences at Hazelton Lanes commands a prestigious address at both Avenue Road and Hazleton Avenue.
Originally built in the 1970s, these exclusive Toronto condos were awarded the Urban Design Award of Excellence in 1976. Rising only six stories, the lower floors are home to offices, salons, high-end retail shops and restaurants. The upper floors contain 53 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging from one-bedroom apartments to expansive three-bedroom suites, many of which are two-stories. With open-concept living areas and kitchens, hardwood floors, wall-to-wall windows with tons of sunlight, upgraded spa-inspired baths, plus private balconies overlooking the Yorkville neighbourhood, these condos definitely delivery the ‘wow’ factor.
With minimal amenities, Residences at Hazelton Lanes inspires an out-going and fashionable Yorkville lifestyle. Condo owners will discover a wide selection of fine dining restaurants, top bars and clubs, boutique shopping, and intriguing art galleries all within walking distance of home.
Most Notable Features
Sprawling terraces: Unique among downtown Toronto condos, many of the suites at Residences of Hazleton Lanes enjoy large, sprawling terraces with BBQ hook ups. Some of the two-storey suites even have a terrace on both floors, making for truly remarkable views.
See and be seen: Home to the renowned Toronto International Film Festival, the luminous Yorkville neighbourhood welcomes hundreds of celebrity clientele every year. Enjoy a gourmet meal at the same restaurants that serve the stars, such as Sassafraz and Bistro 990. Who knows, maybe you’ll get noticed.
Generous suites: Spacious and bright, these two-level suites are really something to consider. The floor plans range from 800 to over 3,000 square-feet, with most boasting high-end modern upgrades, huge terraces, and beautiful views.
With a spacious condo at 55A Avenue Road and 18A Hazelton Avenue, you will enjoy all the fruits of Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood, from high-end shops and restaurants to celebrity hangouts, all just steps from the main hub of Toronto’s subway system. It's a smooth blend of business, fashion, artistry, and entertainment, from Yonge Street nightlife and cultural events to Bloor Street restaurants and cafes, Yorkville boutique fashion outlets, 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. A few local gems to check out include Sotto Sotto Ristorante for traditional South-Central Italian cuisine, Amber Restaurant and Bar, and Yamato Japanese Restaurant for entertaining teppanyaki grills and sushi.
For groceries and other household goods, you can take a short elevator ride down to Hazelton Lanes shopping mall, while some other nearby grocery stores include Longo’s on Bloor Street in Hudson’s Bay Centre, Valu-Mart at Bloor and Bay Street.
For those who enjoy a little slice of nature, trek over to the scenic trails of Rosedale Valley, or walk south to Queens Park where you can go jogging, roller-blading, exercise outdoors, or simply sit in the shade with a book.
This area is great for walking, with nearby bicycle-friendly lanes on Wellesley, College, and Sherbourne Streets, plus easy access to the Yonge Street subway line. 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.