1 Delisle Ave, Toronto, ON M4V 3C6, Canada
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. Slate Asset Management has also invested in various retail projects in and around One Delisle, as well as an expansion of Delisle-St. Clair Parkette in collaboration with Janet Rosenberg & Studio and the creation of a 13-story mural by street artist birdO. Rest assured the residences themselves, each with their own private balcony or terrace, are just as impressive.
Developed By Slate Asset Management
The following prices have been approximated based on the developers price sheet using standard currency exchange rates. Please consult the property’s sales center for final pricing.
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About One Delisle
American architect Jeanne Gang, founding principal of Studio Gang, is known for her forward-looking designs that emphasize connectivity between the buildings she creates and the communities they serve. Her first Canadian project, One Delisle epitomizes this passion for relational design. The tower has a rectilinear base that fits neatly into the city grid. As it rises (for 47 stories), it becomes narrower and more cylindrical, affording better views for residents—but also more sunlight, wider sidewalks, and a better pedestrian experience. And its overall design is both an extension of and a departure from existing architecture.
Located northeast of Downtown Toronto, Midtown offers proximity to the central business district at a slightly slower, more residential pace. Here, you’ll find some of the most upscale neighborhoods in all of Toronto, including Summerhill, Rosedale, and Yorkville, as well as an abundance of green spaces and gardens, walking paths and nature trails. While you won’t see the same concentration of museums, theaters, and other cultural attractions as in Downtown, Midtown is notable for Casa Loma, the largest medieval castle in Canada, as well as a spate of local cafes, restaurants, and shops.
With a total of 381 residences ranging in size from Studios 308 sq.ft. – Penthouse 3,171 sq. ft, from studios to three bedrooms, there’s something for everyone at One Delisle. The one thing all homes have in common? Private outdoor space. According to Brandon Donnelly, Managing Director of Development at Slate Asset Management, a desire to create generous terraces and balconies was one of the main principles of design. Smart technology is also featured throughout, along with top-of-line appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows.
In addition to the prime location at the heart of Midtown Toronto, the built-in retail, and a neighboring green space, One Delisle offers a suite of amenities that goes above and beyond the usual. Complementing the fitness center, 24-hour concierge, and coworking spaces are a wellness spa (complete with a eucalyptus steam room, dry sauna, and salt room), a wine and cocktail lounge and outdoor terrace designed for social get-togethers, and a zero-edge pool.
- Children's Playroom
- Demonstration Kitchen
- Fitness Center
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
- Wine Tasting Room
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