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The sinuous exoskeleton of 1 Yorkville by Bazis and Plaza is set to transform the Toronto skyline. The 58 storey, 577 unit condo tower is currently in preconstruction at the corner of Yorkville and Yonge, the city’s premier shopping and dining district. Last week, BuzzBuzzHome was invited to tour the 1 Yorkville presentation lounge — outfitted with suite vignettes, vendor’s samples and scale model.

1 york scale model-compressed The development will feature one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom, three bedroom, three bedroom plus den and four bedroom suites, ranging from 451 to 7,000 square feet. Prices start from $388,000. 1 Yorkville was designed by Rosario Varacalli, who wanted the building’s facade to stand out from the countless glass condominium towers in Toronto. The interior features and finishes are ultra luxe — buyers can choose from a wide selection of textiles and flooring.

finishes 1 york-compressed Kitchens will include glass-ceramic cooktops and stainless steel appliances. The spa-inspired bathrooms feature deep soaker tubs and frameless glass showers with rainshower shower heads.

bathroom-compressed 1 Yorkville will feature three levels of exceptional amenities. The ground floor includes a welcoming lobby with 24 hour concierge as well as retail space. The fourth floor spa offers an outdoor pool, hot tub, open air terrace and zen garden. Inside, residents can take advantage of hot and cold plunge pools, aqua massage chairs, sauna, steam room, juice bar, lounge and dance and yoga studios.

yong st 1 york-compressed The fifth floor features CrossFit and pilates studios, a games room, wifi lounge and fitness gallery. The rooftop provides spectacular views, two party rooms with demo kitchens, a multi media room, fire pit lounge, barbecue and dining areas, sun decks and an outdoor theatre. 1 Yorkville’s presentation lounge is located at 162 Cumberland Street, open Monday through Thursday from noon to 6pm and on weekends from 11am to 5pm.

For more information, please call 416 519 2911 or email

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