Quite simply, this is an amazing apartment in the best location with a jaw-dropping view. Suite 1904 at 175 Cumberland Street is beautifully renovated space , with luxury finishes, modern systems and a breathtaking, unobstructed south view of the Toronto skyline. Comprised of 1270 square feet of thoughtfully designed interiors, the principal rooms have been opened up and modernized with Sapele hardwood floors and gallery LED lighting creating a sophisticated, spacious setting for easy living and entertaining. The chef’s kitchen has top end stainless steel appliances, custom Macassar ebony cabinetry, a breakfast bar and Caesarstone countertops. The master bedroom includes custom cabinetry, a walk-in, fully outfitted closet, Sapele hardwood floors and a large bay window with south views of the city. The master bathroom is luxurious in every way, featuring Toto Neorest products, Eramosa marble and custom vanity with double slate sinks. Modern systems throughout including Crestron Home Operating System with automated lighting and blinds. Perfect 10!
Renaissance Plaza, situated at 175 Cumberland Street just east of Avenue Road, is one of the most prestigious and sought after address’s in Toronto. Home to some of the city’s most accomplished and known citizens in politics, media, industry and academia, the building offers owners thoughtfully designed residences and excellent amenities in a location that is second to none. A Yorkville landmark, colossal in scale with epic city views, the building was the vision of renowned architects Page & Steele. Amenities include twenty-four-hour concierge services, valet parking, an excellent fitness room, squash court, indoor pool, party space and meeting rooms.
Renaissance Plaza is located in Yorkville at the most coveted intersection in Canada; Avenue and Bloor. Arguably the epicenter of culture, academia and fashion, building residents enjoy instant access to some of the most important cultural and academic institutions in the country including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum, the Royal Conservatory of Music and the University of Toronto. The most notable luxury fashion brands, restaurants and hotels are a short walk away. Public transportation is easily accessible VIA the St. George or Bay Street subway stations’.
A new decade, but little change in Toronto’s residential resale market. As anticipated in my December Market Report, January came in strong with 4,581 sales in the greater Toronto area. This was a stunning 15.4 percent increase compared to the 3,968 sales reported for January last year.