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Joining the luxury high-rise boom in this upscale neighbourhood, this new development offers a mix of residential retail, office space. If you’ve always wanted to invest in this coveted pocket, now is your chance.
Take advantage of world-class shopping and dining in high demand by the city’s most refined professionals. CRU 11 Yorkville Condos is a pre-construction condominium development in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood proposed by Metropia, Capital Developments and RioCan.
The condo project has yet to confirm an occupancy date, but so far the project will rise 62 storeys and will future 580 suites. Balconies will be a coveted feature on floors 10 to 37 as only 50% of the units will have balcony access. Suites on floors 38 to 62 will have the convenience of a separate elevator bank and each suite on these floors will include a balcony. The smallest unit will be 400 square feet which could very well make for the perfect pied-a-terre. Whether you are looking to go big or go small, this is your chance to live your best life in the luxurious Yorkville neighbourhood.
Tentative Occupancy Date : TBA
11 Yorkville, Toronto
A Perfect location
CRU 11 Yorkville condos are part of a dynamic and dazzling neighbourhood. Perhaps most well-known for its globally-recognized Bloor Street, which features a stretch of high-end labels including Chanel, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana, to name a few. Many people consider this neighbourhood the pinnacle of luxury living.
A dynamic urban Developer
With a long list of design-forward iconic developments across Canada, the international beginnings of CD tell the full story. Founded by Todd Cowan and Jordan Dermer after a lengthy development career across Europe. As the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Development Officer, respectively, of TriGranit Development the two were instrumental in the development of over 10 million square feet in Europe from 1996 to 2006. Prior to this, both were executives at Trizec Properties performing asset management, acquisition and leasing across Canada.