11 YV is a new condo development by Riocan Living, Capital Developments and Metropia, located at 11 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 1L2. The price of the 11 YV condo starts at CAD 1,400,000. In an upscale neighbourhood, this new project is a luxury high-rise. The dining district and a world-class shopping centre are in high demand for buyers interested in this coveted pocket.
580 suites, 43,000 square feet of premium retail will be featured in the 62 storeys of 11 YV condo. %0% of the units will have balconies just on floors from 10 to 37. A separate elevator bank will be featured on suites of floors 38 to 62. The perfect pied-a-terre will be made by the smallest unit of 400 square feet. The Grand Cru Residences will be featured on floors 55-62, Premier Cru Residences on floors 40-54 and Cru Residences on floors 10-39 will be introduced from bachelor to three-bedroom units. Three bedrooms will cover 982-1163 square foot, two-bedroom with 695-896 square feet, one-bedroom with 425-631 square feet and bachelor ranging from 387-426 square feet will be featured in the residential suites. Pet’s spa, kids recreation room, Bordeaux lounge, women’s spa with hammam steam rooms, fitness studio, indoor/outdoor infinity pool will be included in the high-end amenities. The spa-inspired bathrooms are tiled in an intricate mosaic that serves the perfect example of premium finishes. Wine storage, integrated chilling stations, seating for six and a custom-designed marble island will be featured in the kitchens. Cecconi Simone will design the contemporary kitchen cabinetry Miele kitchen package with 5 appliances. Cecconi will also design mirrored front cabinet with recessed lighting, wood finish and adjustable shelves. The retail and office sector will be designed by RioCan Living and they will also produce a series of contemporary units with touches of opulence and designer finishes.
Location and Neighbourhood
High-end labels like Holt Renfrew, Gucci and Chanel will be featured in this globally-recognized Bloor Street. In this area, there are ample art galleries, upscale salons and five-star restaurants. The residential is populated by both residential and commercial developments. Some of the city’s most renowned institutions like the Royal Conservatory of Music and Royal Ontario Museum is located nearby. Designers Walk Lane will be lined by design studios and art galleries. One of the cities busiest is the Yonge and Bloor intersection which allows subway access to either uptown or downtown commuters. The transit score is 97 and the walk score is a perfect 100 making it the centre of attraction. Metropia developers specialize in working for up-coming as well as in-demand neighbourhoods pairing a strong sense of community and urban design. Capital Developments worked in some of the most exciting neighbourhoods of Toronto and has a robust portfolio of condo projects. In commercial and mixed-use developments, RioCan Living is a big name who worked with some of Canada’s top retail brands with 63 million square feet of leasable property in the retail sphere and created a selection of urban mixed-use projects after collaborating with residential developers.