Bryan Dearsley discovers that luxury Yorkville condo Living is at its very best at The Four Seasons Residences
Since it opened in 2013, the Four Seasons Residences has been the benchmark for luxury Toronto condos.
Covering the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bay Street, this landmark building still impresses with its scale. Fifty-five storeys tall, the first 23 floors of the development’s West Tower are occupied by the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, boasting numerous luxury hotel rooms… and no end of pampering for its guests. Located on the 32 floors above the hotel, the tower’s 101 condominium suites come with their own very discreet entrance and lobby off Yorkville Avenue, ensuring owners plenty of privacy.
Priced from $1,200 to $1,545 per sq ft, units start at around $1.7 million and cover anywhere between 1,245 sq ft to 9,000 sq ft. Then, of course, there’s the massive 9,038 sq ft penthouse unit…
Luxury Lifestyles at the Four Seasons Residences
With a maximum of four luxury suites per floor, residents are able to access their units via a private elevator service directly from the ground floor lobby, ensuring a safe fast ride home.
Once inside, owners enjoy standard features including 10 ft (minimum) ceilings with attractive cornice moulding, and floor-to-ceiling curtain-wall window systems. Other features of note include large balconies, gas fireplaces, and a central vacuum system. Also included are two parking spaces and a storage locker.
Cornice moulding and floor-to-ceiling windows are standard
The amenities available for owners to use are equally impressive. Highlights include a 28,000 sq ft spa area that comes with a large indoor swimming pool, a whirlpool, an outdoor summer terrace, two steam rooms, 17 private treatment rooms, along with a full-service beauty salon. In addition, there’s a very well-equipped 3,500 sq ft fitness center with all the latest gear, including free weights, strength training and cardio equipment… even a yoga studio.
If that isn’t enough to make you want to move in, well, you’re just a few minutes’ away from top Yorkville restaurants including the luxurious Buca Osteria & Bar, Café Boulud, and Joso’s. Interested in shopping? Your luxury lifestyle will be further enhanced by the proximity of branches of Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Company, Chanel, and Holt Renfrew.
Four Seasons Residences Fast Facts
- Address – 50 Yorkville Avenue, Yorkville Toronto
- Intersection – Yorkville Avenue and Scollard Street
- Floors – 32 occupied by The Residences
- Units – 101
- Luxury Level – High- to Ultra-Luxury
- Price – Starting at $1.7 Million
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To learn more about Toronto condos for sale, including resale opportunities at the Four Seasons Residences, be sure to check LuxuryYorkville‘s Real Estate section.
Condos boast their own discreet entrance and private lobby
Riley Recommends: Be sure to check into the neighbouring Four Seasons Hotel Toronto when you start your search for that perfect luxury condo in Yorkville, and enjoy a night out in Toronto.
Bryan Dearsley is Editor-in-chief of LuxuryYorkville.com and Co-Founder of Riley International Media, a leading source of news and reviews relating to luxury experiences, lifestyles, real estate, and travel.
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