Will be the tallest residential buliding in Canada
Developed by Mizrahi Developments & Designed by Foster + Partners
Located at Toronto’s main intersection – Yonge St & Bloor St with direct subway access
Steps to the best shopping, dining, cultural attractions & UofT
Now selling! Register below for priority access.
Mizrahi Developments introduces Canada’s most iconic new address: The ONE will be Canadas tallest residential tower, rising 85 storeys above Toronto’s main intersection of Bloor St and Yonge St. Perfectly located at the epicentre of the city in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood – surrounded by world class shopping, restaurants, museums, Queen’s Park and U of T. with direct access to the subway system THE ONE will be truly be a building that has it all.
This iconic address requires iconic design which has been put in the hands of one of the best architectural firms in the world. Foster + Partners, which most recently designed the new headquarters for Apple. The building will have an innovative structural exoskeleton design, allowing for more open concepts layouts throughout. Only 416 suites will comprise the residential portion of the building with 6 floors of retail space and a 10 story hotel making up the rest. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a suite in building that will be located at whats considered by many as the main intersection in Canada.
24 hour doorman
Soaring Sky Lobby on the 35th floor.
Outdoor amenity terrace & infinity pool, heated year round.
State of the art Fitness Studio
Civic plaza with trees and benches on 35 ft wide promenade along Bloor and Yonge
SUITE TYPES:1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom and 3 Bedroom + Den Penthouses (with rooftop terraces & private pools) available
SUITE SIZES:591 sq ft to 6037 sq ft + 1025 sq ft terrace
STARTING FROM THE HIGH $700s
Maintenance estimated at $0.93/sq ft
REGISTER BELOW FOR VIP PRICING AND PRIORITY ACCESS
Walkscore / The Neighbourhood
Downtown Toronto residents come from a myriad of different backgrounds, and span the entire spectrum of the socio-economic scale.
There is a large number of rental accommodations in this neighbourhood. This reflects the mobility of the population, which is comprised mostly of singles and couples.
Ryerson University is helping to reshape Toronto’s downtown east core having recently purchased landmark buildings to expand their campus. One of these acquisitions is the former Maple Leaf Gardens which has been renamed Mattamy Athletic Centre and now serves as the home of the Ryerson University Sports and Recreation Centre.
New condo developments are springing up all over the Church-Yonge Corridor which is gradually changing the character of this downtown neighbourhood from urban grit to City chic.