the jack exterior 1331 Yonge Street has long served as a catalyst for change. The site was formerly home to 1050 CHUM, Toronto’s first rock ‘n’ roll station. Groundbreaking artists such as The Beatles, Frank Zappa, Elton John and the Rolling Stones ruled its airwaves and occasionally roamed its halls. The midtown address is being transformed once again into The Jack Condo, a contemporary boutique residence that will enliven this prominent intersection on Yonge Street.

The Aspen Ridge Homes development is currently offering one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom, two bedroom plus terrace, two bedroom plus terrace plus balcony and two bedroom plus den plus terrace suites. With prices from $450,000, the II BY IV-designed interiors will be characterized by walk-in closets, outdoor spaces, kitchen islands and open-concept living/dining areas (as per plan).

interiors the jack The Jack Condo will feature exceptional social and recreational amenities. The sophisticated lobby will be monitored by a 24/hour concierge, offering a range of services. The rooftop zen garden includes a barbecue area and lounge seating while the second floor party room is ideal for hosting large gatherings. The state-of-the-art fitness centre will boast cardio machines, weight training equipment and a yoga studio. A well-appointed guest suite is also available to rent on a per night basis.

rooftop terrace the jack Located in upper Rosedale, The Jack Condo is flanked by schools, parks, restaurants, boutiques, grocery stores and services. St. Clair station is just a four minute walk away, making for an easy commute into downtown.

Book an appointment at the sales centre, located at 2 Jackes Avenue, by calling 416 203 7034 or emailing

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