Following the highly successful launch of Untitled Toronto’s South Tower, Reserve Properties & Westdale Properties have announced plans for the project’s North Tower. These new Yonge-Eglinton condos are being completed in partnership with Grammy Award-winning artist Pharrell Williams, and feature a location and amenity list that is second to none.
|Project Name||Untitled Toronto – North Tower|
|Location||110-120 Broadway Avenue, Toronto, Ontario|
|Development Team||Reserve Properties, Westdale Properties|
|Number of Storeys||21|
|Number of Units||751|
|Unit Sizes||Studio – 3-bedroom|
|Sales Status||Now Selling|
|Expected Completion||December 2023|
Untitled Toronto: Development Info
The north tower of Untitled Toronto will rise to a height of 21 storeys, respectively. The number of units in both phases will total 751, split between studios, 1-bedrooms, 2-bedrooms and 3-bedrooms. All units will be equipped with a balcony. Additionally, one of the city’s most distinct and lavish amenity lists will be available for use:
- Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
- Spa area
- Co-working space
- A gym equipped with the most cutting-edge equipment available.
- Basketball court
- Rooftop dining area, complete with barbecue spaces and pizza ovens
Untitled Toronto – North Tower: Location Profile
Long one of the city’s prime employment centres, Midtown Toronto continues to undergo a renaissance. Untitled Toronto’s north tower is situated in close proximity to the heart of this vibrant district. A wide array of popular commercial, retail and cultural destinations are located within walking distance of these new Yonge-Eglinton condos:
- Yonge-Eglinton Centre, plays host to a Cineplex, LCBO, Metro and a number of other prominent shops and restaurants.
- In addition to Metro, locations of both Sobeys and Loblaws can easily be reached on foot.
- A diverse variety of restaurants line Yonge Street both north and south of Eglinton Avenue.
- The expansive Eglinton Park and Sherwood Park are both close by, while Toronto’s extensive ravine network can be accessed via nearby walking and cycling trails.
- The east-west Beltline Trail has multiple entrances a short distance south of Eglinton.
From Eglinton station, Downtown Toronto and North York Centre will be accessible via a one-seat subway ride on Line 1 Yonge-University. Additionally, upon its completion in 2021 the Eglinton Crosstown LRT will make travel to destinations such as Pearson Airport infinitely easier. The Crosstown will feature stations at both Yonge Street and Mount Pleasant Road, both of which will also be served by numerous bus routes.
The Grammy Award-winning artist, producer, songwriter, philanthropist, designer and entrepreneur is known for high-profile collaborations, including a capsule collection with Chanel and a long-standing relationship with Adidas and Human Made. Other collaborative projects include an upcoming Youth Centre in Virginia Beach with Oppenheim Architecture + Design, work with Zaha Hadid Architects and the creation of the Something in the Water Festival. The collaboration with Reserve and Westdale marks Pharrell’s first foray into multi-residential development.
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