1. Minto Yorkville Park Condos in Toronto Yorkville Community

Minto Yorkville Park Condos in Toronto Yorkville Community

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88 Cumberland St, Toronto, ,


Minto Yorkville Park Condos is a new condo project located at 88 Cumberland St in Toronto.Will be developed by Minto.
This new condo project has 22 storeys with a total of 127 units.

There is only one heart of Yorkville - Minto Yorkville Park at the corner of Bellair and Cumberland, will command it. This is the absolute centre of Yorkville, surrounded by some of North America’s most exclusive world renowned retail brands and destinations, the finest dining, bistros and patios, 5-star hotels, salons and spas, intimate galleries and boutiques, world class museums, secluded and historic laneways and mature treed parks.  Minto Yorkville Park will be enveloped by the unmistakable and palatable vibe and feel of Yorkville, and represents the last and only opportunity to live at its very centre. An incredible address at an incomparable location.

MintoYorkville Park residents can enjoy views of the park, the green canopy to the north and a beautiful city skyline from upper level residences. Expansive terraces and balconies are integrated into the building, becoming private extensions of residents’ personal living spaces, and Yorkville Park’s stature and height will allow an infusion of generous natural light into each suite.  With its distinctive architecture and traditional and classic landscape design becoming a sculptural expression of its neighbourhood, Yorkville Park is destined to be a landmark residential address.

Minto Yorkville Park Condos  walk Score is 100 out of 100

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100 out of 100 — Walker’s Paradise

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  • Minto Yorkville Park Condominium is in fact a Pedestrian's Heaven so everyday works achieve most definitely not require a vehicle.
  • Minto Yorkville Park Condos is a one min stroll from the BLR BLOOR-- DANFORTH METRO at the GULF TERMINAL-- EASTBOUND SYSTEM stopover.

Yorkville Community

Yorkville is a district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, well known for its shopping.It is a previous community, linked by the City of Toronto. It is approximately bounded by Bloor Street to the south, Davenport Road to the north, Yonge Street to the eastern and Avenue Road to the west, and is thought about component of the 'The Annex' area formally. It is among Canada's a lot of unique buying areas. In 2006, the stretch of Bloor Street West in between Yonge and Avenue was the 22nd most pricey road on the planet, with rental fees of $208 each square foot.
Yorkville had rental fees of $300 each square foot in 2008, making it the 3rd most costly retail room in North America. In 2008, Bloor St. was called the 7th most pricey shopping street around the world by Fortune Magazine, asserting lessees could attract $1,500 to $4,500 each square foot in sales.
Yorkville has high end buying, dining establishments, and the very first 5 superstar resort in Canada. It was additionally residence for years to Canada's longest-running and very first erotica shop, Lovecraft. High end shops consist of Burberry, Prada, Gucci, MAC Cosmetics, Hugo Boss, Chanel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Holt Renfrew, Tiffany & Co., Escada, Ermenegildo Zegna, Cartier, Harry Rosen, Calvin Klein, Cole Haan, Vera Wang, Lacoste, Ferrari, Maserati, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Williams-Sonoma, Bang and Olufsen, Betsey Johnson, Max Mara, Montblanc, Bulgari, Birks, Coach, Guerlain, Swarovski, and various other high end developer stores. The Holt Renfrew establishment on Bloor is the deluxe merchant's crown jewel and biggest shop with 4 stores and floorings. Numerous crown jewels of various other business are found below also, such as Harry Rosen, Town Shoes, Lacoste, Gucci, Coach, and Chanel (where the Canadian crown jewel turneded into one of the biggest on the planet.) Browns Shoes opened up on Bloor, with product that is far more pricey compared to at their various other stores.
The Village of Yorkville Park is a collection of special gardens located on the south side of Cumberland Street extending western from Bellair Street. It was developed by Oleson Worland Architects in organization with Martha Schwartz / Ken Smith / David Meyer Landscape Architects to commemorate the bordering area and show the range of the Canadian landscape.

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