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
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.
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From the developer that spurred the transformation of once-indie Yorkville into one of Toronto’s most prestigious neighborhoods comes this elegant condominium development. The tower itself, designed by Giannone Petricone Associates, is sleek and sophisticated, a glass structure grounded by a century-old brick building that’s been updated and repurposed to help integrate Adagio Condos into the existing streetscape. The result is a thoroughly modern retreat with gorgeous residences and amenities from the distinguished interior designers at Figure3—and the city’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment just steps away.
Imagine: Where the tallest residential tower in Canada meets the longest street in the world. Where the arts, culture, and entertainment possibilities of Downtown Toronto meet the recreational activities of Lake Ontario. Where the convenience of urban living meets the pinnacle of luxury. This is SkyTower at Pinnacle One Yonge, the skyline-redefining skyscraper designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects and imagined as a new icon for Toronto’s redeveloped waterfront. This is an opportunity to work and live in one of the most exciting and energetic communities in one of the most diverse and dynamic cities.
SkyTower at Pinnacle One Yonge
321 Davenport may well be the Goldilocks zone of luxury living. The location, just north of Downtown Toronto, blends the conveniences of city living—think upscale restaurants, gourmet supermarkets, and boutique shops—with green space galore. The design, by Giannone Petricone Associates, Inc., is cutting-edge and composed, a striking combination of glass and contrasting columns that feels appropriate in its urban-meets-suburban setting. And its interiors, by U31, are the definition of elegance while still exuding a sense of ease. This is especially true on the terraces, which feel like a private oasis from which to take in the city skyline and the tree-lined streets.
In Midtown Toronto, on the corner of bustling St. Clair West and lush and serene Forest Hill Road, Forest Hill Private Residences offers a compelling combination of accessibility and asylum. You can frequent local boutiques, restaurants, and farmers markets, or you can retreat into the elegance of your home, taking in the views of canopied streets and parks from your private outdoor terrace. Pair that with elegant architecture by Graziani + Corazza Architects, gorgeous interiors by U31, and resort-style amenities curated by The Forest Hill Group, and you have all the trappings of modern luxury.