Prime City Living at Yonge & Eglinton | 1111-2191 Yonge Street

January 11, 2021

Enjoy the prime city living at Yonge and Eglinton! 1111-2191 Yonge Street is an exceptional condo with a split bedroom plan layout and floor to ceiling windows. It is the perfect suite for a young family or professionals looking for the ideal work from home space. 



Immediately off the entryway, you will find a closet, a two-piece powder room, and a laundry closet. The main living area consists of the open concept kitchen, living room and dining room. With floor to ceiling windows on the southeast corner of the building, there is plenty of natural light throughout the day. The kitchen boasts stainless steel fixtures, an island overlooking the living and dining room, and stone countertops. 







The split layout is ideal for a private oasis. Each bedroom has its own 4-piece ensuite and a walk-in closet. The balcony located off the living and dining room offers beautiful city views. The suite also comes with an oversized locker that is directly next to the suite’s parking space.





The building boasts many great amenities including a 24/7 concierge, pool, pool tables, saunas, guest suites, bbqs, theatre, car wash bay & much more. Because of covid, free gym classes included in mmfs are now online! Yonge and Eglinton is a vibrant neighbourhood to live in, with many amenities right at your doorstep. The building is across from the subway and future LRT and just steps from 2 community centres. 

This property is currently listed at $849,000. For more information, please contact Georgina Ratcliffe at (416) 925-9191.

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December’s Toronto and area residential marketplace exhausted all the superlatives that we would normally apply to a robust resale market. Not only was December’s housing market strong by historical standards, but it dramatically exceeded historic norms, performing more like a spring market than what we have come to expect of property sales during the holiday season. It’s almost as if the holiday season didn’t exist, and unfortunately, because of the restrictions imposed by the effects of Covid-19, normal retail shopping was non-existent. Deprived of retail shopping, it appears that buyers focused their attention on housing instead.
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