Residences at Windsor Arms at 22 St Thomas St, Toronto 0
Residences at Windsor Arms at 22 St Thomas St, Toronto 1

Residences at Windsor Arms

22 St Thomas St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,021(past 365 days)
Size Range
1,332-6,640 sqft
Age Of Building
23 years

Located on St. Thomas Street just south of Bloor Street’s trendy row of high-end designer outlets, Residences at Windsor Arms rises 14-storeys above the Windsor Arms Hotel and offers just 24 boutique Yonge and Bloor condos for sale. Although connected to the hotel, the residences have their own private entrance, concierge lobby, and elevators. Once inside you will find there are only two suites per floor, allowing for generous floor plans and a full feeling of exclusivity. Ranging from one to two-bedrooms with select full-floor penthouses, the suites all feature nine-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and a regal atmosphere matched with modern functionality. With the addition of hotel-style amenities, residents may never want to leave their homes. When you do decide to step outside, you’ll discover the joys of 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
At-home hotel service: Unlike most other downtown Toronto condos, Residences at Windsor Arms stands out for its inclusion of hotel-services right to your own home. Residents here can enjoy 24-hour room service, housekeeping and laundry, plus the world-class spa facilities regularly reserved for hotel guests. If living every day like you are on vacation is your dream come true, then Residences at Windsor Arms is the place for you.
Afternoon tea: An afternoon tradition of leisure and elegance dating back to 1927, Tea at the Windsor Arms is just one of the residence’s many indulgent amenities. Don a fancy hat and experience a relaxing tour of teas from around the globe, then pop over to Club 22 for a swim and a steam. Now that’s an afternoon well spent!
Historic atmosphere: The City of Toronto has designated the Windsor Arms an historic property, and the building’s story since it’s birth in 1927 is one worth exploring. From world-class to run-down to finally bought and rebuilt in 1999, Windsor Arms is definitely part of Toronto’s past and the Residences are paving its way into the future.

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About 22 St Thomas St, Toronto

With an exclusive home at 22 St. Thomas Street, you’ll be living just steps away from one of Toronto’s busiest 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. Some local hangouts to explore include The Oxley Public House on Yorkville for traditional British food and beer with two patios, Carens Wine and Cheese Bar on Cumberland Street, and The One Eighty way up on the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre for a cocktail and striking vista.
For local groceries stop in at Longo’s on Bloor Street in Hudson’s Bay Centre, Valu-Mart at Bloor and Bay Street, and Whole Foods Market on Avenue Road.
If you want a taste of fresh air, trek on over to the nature trails of Rosedale Valley, or hop over to 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.
Magda Smith
Broker Inc., Brokerage