One Delisle isn’t just a luxury residential tower; it’s a revitalization of one of Toronto’s most important intersections at Yonge and St. Clair. The goal? To create a building that would serve as an anchor for the Midtown neighborhood and become a new icon for the city. And by all measures, it has succeeded. For starters, there’s the design itself, by award-winning design firm Studio Gang. A series of nested eight-story structures, it’s angular but also cylindrical; groundbreaking but also a reflection of the neighborhood.
Aqualuna: The Valley-Shaped Condominium on Lake Ontario
With its scalloped balconies and dramatic “valley” form running down to Lake Ontario, Aqualuna cuts a unique shape on the Toronto waterfront. We discussed these condominiums—inspired by the water and people around them—with Audun Opdal, Senior Partner at 3XN Architects.
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Harbourfront, Toronto: A Playground by the Lake Where Culture and Nature Converge
The waterfront area has become one of the hottest spots in the city, packed with luxury condominiums, swanky restaurants and shops, and tons of outdoor space.
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Imagine living in a place where you can walk to your favorite coffee spot and to your office and to the movie theater. Imagine now that you can choose instead to watch a movie in one of the (three!) theaters in your building, where you can also swim laps in the indoor pool, hang out (literally) in the indoor hammock lounge, or get in some quality WFH time in one of the coworking spaces. Finally, imagine that you can choose to stay in your own space, taking in the views of Lake Ontario from your balcony, catching up on emails in your office nook, or whipping up a cappuccino in the privacy of your own kitchen. This is living at Sugar Wharf, a new luxury condominium development on Toronto’s revitalized waterfront.
On its own, The Prestige impresses with its sleek good looks and sense of luxury. The glass skyscraper, designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, rises 712 feet above Lake Ontario, a glittering beacon for Toronto’s evolving waterfront. But what makes The Prestige even more significant is that it is the inaugural tower in one of Toronto’s most ambitious master-planned communities. Private amenities, including a rooftop terrace with spectacular views, indoor and outdoor entertaining options, and two children’s play areas, are complemented by a spate of shared amenities, from green spaces for people and pets to a 50,000-square-foot community center. And with Downtown Toronto and the lake at your doorstep, everything you need is right here.
The Prestige at Pinnacle One Yonge
Located in one of Toronto’s oldest, most desirable residential neighborhoods, surrounded by historic homes and century-old trees, No. 7 Rosedale exudes an understated elegance that belies its star power. Its stone, glass, and Danish red-brick architecture, which feels both modern and traditional, is by Siamak Hariri; its subtle interiors, which eschew lavish finishes in favor of honest, natural materials, are by Alessandro Munge, and its landscaping, which preserves and improves upon the existing foliage, is by Janet Rosenberg. The sum total is the definition of luxury, a collection of exquisite homes that pair past and present, privacy and community.
No. 7 Rosedale
King Toronto isn’t just a luxury condominium development; it’s a community with retail and office space woven into the design. It isn’t just a series of Lego-like glass cubes; it’s a collection of hundreds of homes that form a human-made mountain range. And it isn’t just new construction; it grows up and around existing heritage buildings that are both separated and united by greenways, public spaces, terraced roofs, and living walls everywhere. In the words of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, it is “inspired by the past, informed by the present, and aspiring toward the future.” More simply put, King Toronto is “old-school future.”