BAZIS’ latest condominium residence, a 30-storey mixed-use tower designed by R. Varacalli Architect, has an absolutely iconic address. Located at 100 Bond Street, just off of Yonge-Dundas Square and along the southern edge of Ryerson University’s campus, this beautiful property is centrally-located in Toronto’s Garden District, just steps away from some of downtown Toronto’s best attractions.
Let’s take a closer look at this incredible location and all of the amenities nearby, from world-renowned universities and first-class restaurants to some of the city’s best concert venues and entertainment options.
Could this be the neighbourhood of your next dream home?
Getting to Know the Garden District
Downtown Toronto’s Garden District was so named by the Toronto East Downtown Residents Association (now called the Garden District Residents Association) in recognition of Allan Gardens, an indoor botanical garden located nearby at the intersection of Carlton and Jarvis Streets. The Garden District neighbourhood is bordered by Carlton Street to the north, Yonge Street to the west, Sherbourne Street to the east, and Queen Street to the south.
This neighbourhood is incredibly vibrant, and is filled with both historic buildings – including gorgeous old Victorian homes and heritage sites including the Mackenzie House Museum, the stunning Gallery Arcturus art gallery and museum, and the Merchandise Building – and modern amenities and entertainment. It’s a very walkable neighbourhood and when it comes to downtown Toronto, it doesn’t get more central than this!
A Trendy Neighbourhood You’ll Love to Call Home
100 Bond St. is just minutes away from all that Toronto has to offer – from incredible schools and boutique shops to world-class restaurants and top-notch entertainment.
Ryerson University is just across the corner, offering impressive educational opportunities to residents and bringing a wide range of educated students from all around the world to the neighbourhood. Ryerson’s campus includes the Ryerson Image Centre, a photographic museum which is home to The Black Star Collection and the yearly Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival. It also includes the beautiful Ryerson Community Park, with its famous ice skating rink.
Stroll two blocks west and you’ll find yourself at Yonge-Dundas Square, a one-acre outdoor hub for live entertainment and the unofficial epicenter of Toronto’s downtown core. Our version of Times Square in New York City, Yonge-Dundas Square attracts visitors from across the Greater Toronto Area and around the world. You’ll love the vibrant energy that the Square offers! Living so close, you’ll have front row tickets to the wide range of activities taking place at the Square, from community celebrations and theatrical events to concerts, receptions, and promotions – events that appeal to residents and tourists alike – especially as COVID restrictions continue to ease up in the City of Toronto.
Live at the Centre of It All
This neighbourhood is also home to many boutique shops, beautiful street art, and top-rated restaurants as well as local favourites such as Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, which is just a block away from 100 Bond St.
Downtown Toronto and the Garden District are also the place to be if you enjoy live music, theatre, art and culture, and other forms of entertainment. The internationally-famous Massey Hall, Toronto’s best performing arts theatre and concert venue, is just a 5-minute walk away from 100 Bond St., and attracts many of the world’s leading celebrities, artists, and musicians. Other nearby entertainment venues include the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres for those who love a night out at the theatre, the Ed Mirvish Theatre (formerly Pantages Theatre and then the Canon Theatre) for some of the best musicals, dramas, and comedies on stage in Toronto, and Maple Leaf Gardens for the hockey fans.
Walk, Bike, and Get Around the City with Ease
When it comes to accessibility and being in the centre of it all, 100 Bond St. has nearly a perfect score. With a walk score of 99 (scored out of 100), everything you need is within reach and just a short walk away. From dropping off your dry cleaning to picking up groceries to running errands, 100 Bond St.’s central location makes everyday living a breeze.
100 Bond St. also has a perfect transit score of 100, and is classified by the City of Toronto as a Rider’s Paradise with easy access to world-class public transportation. 100 Bond St. is just a two-minute walk from the 505 Dundas streetcar at the Dundas St. East and Church St. stop. You’re also just minutes away from Line 1 of the Yonge-University subway line, the 501 Queen streetcar, and the 301 Queen. Hop on the subway or streetcar and find your way around the city with ease – and best of all, you can enjoy the commute and not have to worry about traffic.
This central address also has a bike score of 96, and has smooth connections to bike trails along the Toronto waterfront.
Looking to travel a bit further? Our new residence at 100 Bond St. is planned to include four car-share parking spaces, so you can easily access a car and jet off to Muskoka for a long weekend gathering with family, Wasaga Beach for a get-together with friends, or wherever your heart takes you.
Stay Grounded and Connected to Nature
Despite being located right downtown in the City of Toronto, 100 Bond St. is also located close to many parks, so you can get outdoors for a hike or nature walk. Beautiful, lush and verdant retreats are close to home, including Trinity Square Labyrinth, Larry Sefton Park, Joseph Sheard Parkette, Moss Park, and Allan Gardens.
And whether you enjoy daily walking or enjoy more high-energy recreational activities and sports, 100 Bond St.’s central downtown Toronto location means you’re close to all the activities you love, whether it’s playing tennis, participating in a sports league, or spending time doing water sports on Lake Ontario.
100 Bond St. is a highly-desirable address, and we’re looking forward to building a beautiful condominium here and to welcoming many new homeowners to this incredible location.
Stay tuned and watch this space for future updates about our upcoming residence at 100 Bond St.
We’re excited to announce that BAZIS has recently purchased another great site, at 750 Mt. Pleasant Rd. (Mt. Pleasant Rd. and Eglinton Av. E.). We’ve submitted a zoning application for a 35-storey tower with just under 400 units and beautiful ground floor retail.
The units at 750 Mt. Pleasant Rd. will range from bachelor suites to 3-bedroom units, giving a range of designs to suit all lifestyles and families of all sizes, as well as to accommodate varying budgets. This could be a great time to get into the Toronto condo market or to upgrade to a larger home, depending on where you’re at in your home buying journey.
The condominium will also include spectacular indoor and outdoor amenities that are in line with what our customers have come to expect from BAZIS, as well as underground parking.
The ground floor retail will help the condominium integrate into the surrounding community and neighbourhood, and is likely to offer many exciting and convenient options for future residents.
Located in midtown Toronto, amidst boutique shops and trendy restaurants, 750 Mt. Pleasant Rd is an ideal place to live — a central hot spot with an incredible walk score of 97. It’s less than 200 metres from the Mount Pleasant Station of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, and just a short walk from the Yonge and Eglinton TTC subway line and Yonge and Eglinton Centre, which includes theatres, shopping, dining and direct access to the TTC. This address has an impressive 91 transit score, and is classified by the City of Toronto as a Rider’s Paradise with easy access to world-class public transportation.
Nestled amidst highly desirable Toronto midtown neighbourhoods Mt. Pleasant West, Davisville Village and Sherwood Park, our new residence at 750 Mt. Pleasant is centrally located for both Toronto city workers as well as those who commute to nearby GTA locations. And while it’s close to all the convenient urban amenities and entertainment options you’ll love, it’s also located close to many natural oases where you can relax and retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Nearby parks include Glebe Manor Square West, June Rowlands Park and Mount Pleasant Parkette. Just a short walk away are also the spectacular Sherwood Park (a picturesque wooded park with wading pools, great walking or running trails, public bathrooms, picnic tables and a large playground) and Eglinton Park (a large community park featuring five multipurpose sports fields, four tennis courts, two ball diamonds, a children’s playground, a wading pool and two ice rinks in the winter time).
Edwards Gardens is also a short drive from 750 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Located just adjacent to the Toronto Botanical Garden, this former estate garden features perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons and an extensive rockery in the valley. On the upper level of the valley there is also a lovely arboretum beside the children’s Teaching Garden. Edwards Gardens is a beautiful place to spend time in nature, unwinding and enjoying so many beautiful sights.
750 Mt. Pleasant Rd. is set to be a stunning, high-end condominium residence situated in an ideal midtown Toronto location and built with BAZIS’ signature attention to detail, visionary architecture and high standards of luxurious finishes. We’re looking forward to moving forward with developing, designing and building another spectacular BAZIS community here! Watch this space for future updates.
Construction is coming along beautifully at BAZIS’ 1 Yorkville luxury new condo development in downtown Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood, and the building is nearing completion!
1 Yorkville now stands at its full height of 58 storeys, and the suites and amenity spaces are in the process of being finished. The building is coming to life, and we’re looking forward to completing construction and welcoming homeowners to this gorgeous new development.
Since our last construction update of this exciting new Toronto condo development, a lot has been done at 1 Yorkville. Read on to learn more!
Construction Updates at 1 Yorkville
The roof slab has been completed at 1 Yorkville, which means that the condo’s incredible rooftop amenity space is now under construction too. The rooftop at 1 Yorkville will allow residents to entertain their guests in one of the condo’s gracious party rooms or to watch a movie in an intimate outdoor theatre. It’s all coming to life, at this very moment!
The exterior of the stunning condo development is coming along well, with the heritage building steel framing fully completed all the way up to the 4th floor, as well as all windows completed. The exterior wall, drywall has been completed up to the 56th floor – just two more storeys to go!
Inside, the suites are in their final finishing phase. Drywall has been completed up to the 54th floor and painting is well underway, as are tiles (which have been completed up to the 49th floor). Kitchens, countertops and backsplashes as well as suite doors, trim and hardware are also making swift progress – we’re almost there!
The ground floor lobby is also in full construction mode and is coming along well. The beautiful double-height lobby will feature an original art installation, convenient free WiFi, exquisite interior design and a 24-hour concierge.
The amenity spaces are making progress too. 1 Yorkville’s 4th and 5th-floor amenity floors, which are now each 50% complete, offer a functional environment that will inspire the most dedicated health enthusiasts while also embracing those who prefer a more meditative and relaxed ambiance. A spa with a sprawling outdoor pool, hot tub and hot-and-cold plunge pools will offer an incredible opportunity to unwind and enjoy all the benefits of hydrotherapy. A Cross Fit studio with top-tier equipment and a fitness gallery stocked with top-of-the-line weight and cardio machines will allow residents to optimize their health and performance in comfort and style.
A New Condo That’s Changing Toronto’s Landscape
1 Yorkville is already making its mark on the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood, with its iconic design becoming a memorable and irreplaceable landmark.
The building is wrapped in crimped bands of white metallic ribbon to produce a unique interplay of shadow and light, and to emphasize a glittering effect embedded in the cityscape. This distinctive, unique exterior cladding now extends all the way from the ground floor to the top of the building’s 58th floor, producing a striking, dazzling effect.
The elegant condo fits in perfectly in the luxurious Yorkville neighbourhood, nestled amidst the likes of Hermes, Gucci, Holt Renfrew, and the Four Seasons across the street.
1 Yorkville’s singular, alluring exterior architecture isn’t all that is making the new condo development such an iconic new part of downtown Toronto’s landscape. The condo’s exquisite interior finishes are also designating a new standard of luxury.
Open-concept layouts, premium European-style kitchens and designer finishes, some with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, are stunning and perfectly suited for the most discriminating buyer.
The condo’s lavish amenities are also superbly designed and highly enviable. Style cannot exist without substance, after all.
Of course, the finishing touch to 1 Yorkville is the royal treatment and ultimate luxury provided by its signature concierge services to handle all of life’s little tasks, such as errands, personal shopping and appointment-booking.
Suites Available at 1 Yorkville
There is still a limited selection of suites available at 1 Yorkville, including a one-of-a-kind penthouse that offers 360 degrees of Toronto views in an incredibly spacious, luxurious 7,256 square feet. The principal rooms of this lofty home feature a southern view with the great Lake Ontario beyond.
If you’re interested in calling the luxury new condo development 1 Yorkville home, get in touch with us to learn more. Follow BAZIS on social media (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram) to learn more about our communities and the latest updates at 1 Yorkville.
(Excerpted from Urban Toronto’s BAZIS & Plaza’s 1 Yorkville Close to Topping Off in Bloor-Yorkville)
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