- Updated On:
- May 13, 2022
Chic, timeless, sophisticated. Ten York Condos is a glass vision in the sky designed by award-winning architect Rudy Wallman of Wallman Architects, creators of some of the most striking urban designs in the city. Signature designer suites by the ultra stylish design firm II BY IV Design Associates captivate with their imagination, elegance and timeless designs. The finest of features and finishes in the spacious suites will appeal to even the most discerning owners. An abundance of luxurious amenities make Ten York Condominium Residences a charmed world unto itself. Prominently at the entrance to the city overlooking Lake Ontario. Key attractions are mere steps away – the Air Canada Centre, Maple Leaf Square, Rogers Centre and Harbourfront, with direct highway access to all parts of the city.
Ten York Condos, the proposed 75-storey condo unveiled earlier this week by Tridel and Build Toronto, is poised to become one of the city’s most iconic new towers.
But the site on which it’s being built posed a serious challenge for architect Rudy Wallman. The property is wedged (it’s literally shaped like a triangle) between the Gardiner Expressway and the York St. off-ramp at the northwest corner of Harbour St. and York.
Ten York Condominium Resisences is slated to go on sale next spring with construction expected to begin in 2013. Anticipated occupancy will be in 2016. The project will include 774 suites range from studios to three-bedroom suites (or ones that can be easily converted from two-bedroom to three-bedroom layouts). The Toronto design firm II by IV is handling the interiors.
Ten York’s amenities, which is located within the building’s wedge-shaped base, include an outdoor infinity pool on the deck of the podium. There is also be a gym and spa facilities and a party room.
Ten York Condominiums is the first joint residential project in which it has taken on a private developer as its partner.
The corporation’s mandate is to maximize the value of underutilized real estate previously owned by the city, and in doing so generate new jobs and property tax revenue while reinvesting in the local community.
Ten York’s considerable height and its awkward position between the Gardiner and the York ramp mean residents will enjoy unobstructed views east and west.
Floor plans are not to scale and is subject to architectural review and revision, including without limitation, the Unit being constructed with a layout that is the reverse of that set out above. All materials, specifications, details and dimensions, if any, are approximate and subject to change without notice in order to comply with building site conditions and municipal, structural, Vendor and/or architectural requirements. Actual floor area may vary in accordance with Bulletin 22 published by the Tarion Warranty Corporation. Bulkheads are not shown on floor plans and may be located in areas of the Unit as required to provide venting and mechanical systems. Balconies, Terraces and Patios if any are exclusive use common elements, shown for display purposes only and location and size are subject to change without notice. Window location, size and type may vary without notice. E.&O.E.
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