An ambitious proposal by Lanterra Developments, its calling for a 43-storey tower, an open-air plaza and the restoration of several heritage buildings, this is a unique addition to the upscale neighbourhood. It’s also slated to house uncommonly spacious, family-style units, starting at 965 square feet. 50 Scollard condos is a pre-construction condominium under development in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. This is a fantastic opportunity to join the growing wave of luxury condominiums starting to populate this highly-coveted neighbourhood. Perfect for families, couples or the executive who wants a little more space, this project you puts you at the centre of fine dining, culture and greenspace.
Occupying almost half a block at the northeast corner of Bay and Scollard Streets, this project involves a comprehensive plan premised on a strong community-based amenity program, heritage conservation and sustainable design. The main focal point of 50 Scollard project will be a landscaped, urban plaza that anchors the intersection. Featuring retail space, cafe-style seating, pedestrian archways and a block of restored townhomes housing community amenities, it will create an activity hub for both condominium residents and the community in general. The residential tower will be set back from the street, reaching 43 storeys with a distinctive, modernist design.
If you love a high-energy, yet welcoming urban neighbourhood, this location might be just perfect for you. Easily one of the city’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, it’s a glittering, dynamic district, home to upscale retail, corporate offices and some of Toronto’s finest eateries and cultural institutions. Along Bloor Street West, one of the neighbourhood’s main arteries, you’ll find the “mink mile”, which houses a series of luxury retailers, including Coach, Chanel, Gucci and Holt Renfrew. Bloor-Yonge station, which anchors the community, is largely considered the epicentre of Toronto transit. Here you’ll find subway access in all four directions, so getting around the city is a breeze. A trip to the downtown core takes no more than five minutes, while many North York destinations are equally easy to reach.