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The new Four Seasons Condos will be located in the heart of Toronto's upscale Yorkville, at the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bay Street where residences will have full access to the services of one of the world's premiere five star hotels. Designed by prestigious Architect, Peter Clewes of the Canadian architecture firm Architects Alliance. Located in Yorkville, residents can easily stroll within walking distance to the luxury shops, fine restaurants, cafes as well as the city's best cultural venues including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Royal Conservatory of Music, the Bata Shoe Museum and the Gardiner Museum. In addition, residents will also be able to take full advantage of the impressive 28,000 sq. feet Four Seasons Spa, Bar, and other luxurious amenities provided by the hotel.One of the most exclusive private residences in Yorkville, the ultra-luxurious development will consist of two towers.
The West Residence tower will rise fifty storeys with the Four Seasons Hotel on the first levels comprised of 253 guest suites, with the top twenty floors containing 100 private residences.
The East Residence will be a 25 storey structure with an additional 100 private residences. From the intimate Yabu Pushelberg-designed lobby, the high speed elevators transport residences to their personal haven of luxury. Both towers share striking exterior designs with frames of glass, stones, and steel, rise above the city, bringing a contemporary and sophisticated presence to the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. Interiors will have 10 to 12 feet ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, gourmet inspired kitchens complete with the finest appliances and fixtures. Suites size range from 1,000 sq. feet to over 8,000 sq. feet
Lighting and Technology A recessed 50-watt halogen pot light will be installed for approximately every 100 square feet of suite area, located at the resident’s discretion, around the perimeter of the suite (except in instances of mechanical/electrical distribution and structural interference).