Canada's Condominium Magazine
One of Toronto’s more unusual condominium buildings is fast taking its place in the city’s impressive skyline. Tridel’s 10 York, that distinctive wedge-shaped structure at the foot of York Street just north of Queen’s Quay, is rising fast. It’s a project that proves you can put an elegant building pretty much anywhere, even on what must have seemed at first an unlikely parcel of land. It looks like it was an inspired choice, now, with its proximity to the waterfront, to the Air Canada Centre (and Jurassic Park), the Rogers Centre, and all the other attractions and city living the area offers.
The Signature Suites at 10 York will be special too. These very unique, spacious condominium homes, which reach up to 3,850 square feet, are located on floors 63 through 69, where there are no more than six suites per floor. Of course the views will be spectacular, with the entire city lying beyond the floor-to-ceiling ten-foot windows. But what’s inside will be just as spectacular, Tridel promises, from the chef-inspired kitchens equipped with the latest high-end Liebherr and AEG appliances to the luxurious plank-engineered hardwood flooring.
The building’s Shore Club fitness and recreation amenities, spread over several floors including an eighth-floor outdoor pool and sun deck, will rival those found in the world’s finest hotels.
Visit the presentation centre find out more about these special residences at 10 York.