Located north of Bloor Street West, between Yonge Street and Bayview Avenue, Toronto’s Rosedale neighbourhood is synonymous with luxurious homes, historic streets, and the picturesque woods and trails of the Rosedale Ravine. Its origins date back to the 1820s, making it not only one of Canada’s oldest neighbourhoods, but also one of the most sought-after for real estate.

Toronto-based Platinum Vista is giving prospective homebuyers a rare opportunity to purchase a new construction home within the community with the launch of No.7 Rosedale. The development features a limited collection of 26 luxury condominium residences nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street. To learn more about the project and to gain priority status when sales are launched, be sure to register online at


Named ‘Rosedale’ by early resident Mary Jarvis, for the wild roses that grew in the forests around her home, this unique community of winding streets is lined with majestic trees, leafy foliage and grand homes. And while the area’s tranquil setting might lead some to feel like it’s miles from the city, Rosedale is just minutes from some of the best urban amenities in Toronto.


Just west of Rosedale, the renowned “Mink Mile” and Yorkville District is dotted with gourmet restaurants like Sassafraz and PLANTA, world class food emporiums including Eataly and McEwan, and luxurious designer brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co.

Other nearby attractions and amenities include the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, Summerhill Market and Craigleith Gardens. Plus, residents will be steps from Castle Frank subway station, allowing easy access to the entire city.


Envisioned by Hariri Pontarini Architects, No.7 Rosedale boasts a timeless design and architecture fitting of its exclusive address. To pay homage to Rosedale’s rich, storied past, the architects chose to use Petersen Tegl solid clay red brick from Denmark, precast panels with sandblasted Algonquin limestone detailing, and curtain wall window frames in a brushed aluminium bronze finish. The exquisite design details are paired with lush landscaping by Janet Rosenberg that incorporates and preserves several 150-year-old trees on the property.


Bespoke interiors by Studio Munge blend comfort and style with open-concept layouts, 10-foot ceilings, wide plank hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, modern kitchen cabinets by Dada and custom millwork by Molteni & C. Two interior styles and colour palettes are available to choose from including contemporary and transitional themed designs.


Standard features and finishes in all homes include stone slab backsplashes, plumbing fixtures by Watermark and a designer kitchen appliance package. Meanwhile, spa-inspired master ensuites sport in-floor heating, frameless glass showers, marble slab countertops and lavish freestanding tubs.


Residents of No. 7 Rosedale will have access to a wealth of amenities starting with its stunning lobby furnished with designer pieces, a grand fireplace, and leathered, vintage granite bookmarked flooring. A sleek multi-purpose room is perfect for intimate gatherings or meetings and comes complete with a Dada kitchenette, a round meeting table with AV equipment and private washrooms. Onsite fitness facilities include a well-equipped gym with strength training and cardio equipment, yoga studio, infrared sauna, and a marble steam shower with body sprays and a rain showerhead from Agape.

For more information, contact Milborne Real Estate Inc at 416 928 9998 or email

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