Situated at in The Midtown Heart of North America’s Fourth Largest City The intersection of Yonge and Bloor is where Toronto seems to catch its breath and become something different, a place with a fresh sense of character, pleasure, culture and leisure. It is a place of urban transformation. Yonge Street is the longest street in the world, beginning on the edge of Lake Ontario at the foot of Toronto, and as it passes through the city, it acts as a kind of measuring stick, delineating urban growth, character and mood. At the point of Yonge and Bloor, which has long been the central axis of Toronto, the deep downtown is left behind, and a relaxed, upscale atmosphere begins. In the history of the city, Bloor Street was the boundary that marked the beginning of the affluent residential neighbourhoods, where stone mansions were built on the edges of deep, verdant ravines. This important intersection remains an area of aspiration, a place to live and work and shop that suggests an established, uptown urban lifestyle.
Price: From $2.5M
One of Canada’s tallest buildings, The One is an 85 storey residence on the southwest corner of Yonge
and Bloor. The number of suites in The One is the same as Toronto’s telephone area code: 416.
Estimated occupancy, spring 2023.
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