TheStanleyTour1 Photos: James Bombales

Tribute Communities is introducing Stanley, a brand new 471-unit condominium, to the vibrant Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. BuzzBuzzHome News dropped by the presentation centre this week to check out the site and snap some photos.

The Core Architects-designed tower will rise 37 storeys above Church and Carlton Street, and features unique curvilinear architecture with undulating glass and balconies. At the base will be a sleek and modern seven-storey glass podium.

TheStanleyTour4 Stanley offers over 16,000 square feet of luxury amenity space including a fully-equipped fitness centre with cardio room, weight room and yoga studio. There’s also a sun deck, club lounge, party room, zen garden and a barbecue area. Residents will also have access to a 24-hour concierge, guest suite and an 8,000 square foot outdoor terrace.

TheStanleyTour5 Located on the corner of Church Street and Carlton Street, the building boasts a highly sought after address close to a variety of local amenities and downtown hot spots.

Walk across the street and you’ll find the historic Maple Leaf Gardens, now home to an 85,000 square foot Loblaws. Or, head up Church street and take in the distinctive culture and energy of the Village where there’s never a shortage of bars, restaurants and lively crowds.

Need more entertainment? Dundas Square, the Ed Mirvish Theatre and the Elgin Theatre are all within a 10 minute walk away.

Looking to do some shopping? Head over to Yonge Street where you’ll find countless shops and services including over 175 brand name stores, restaurants and entertainment inside the Eaton Centre.

Need to venture a little farther? The College subway station is only five minutes away, not to mention the College/Carlton streetcar line right outside your door. If driving is more your style, both the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are also conveniently close.

TheStanleyTour3 Sales at Stanley start in the low $200,000s. Want more information? Drop by the sales centre at 70 Carlton Street, Monday to Thursday from 12pm to 7pm, or weekends from 11am to 6pm.

For more information, call 416 546 1502 or email

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