SkyTower – the latest phase of Pinnacle One Yonge aims high at 95 storeys
With so many condominiums being created across the GTA, some developers feel they need to keep themselves front of mind for prospective buyers. They hope that a high-profile team means a trusted team.
That isn’t always the case. Sometimes, it’s the companies working quietly that are doing the most notable work and building the most solid reputations.
For more than 40 years, Pinnacle International has let the quality of its buildings do the talking. A leading builder of luxury condominium residences, masterplanned communities, hotels and commercial developments, Pinnacle has more than 25 projects in the Vancouver area alone. And with more than 10 million sq. ft. now under development in North America, Pinnacle’s output speaks volumes.
“Our projects are large in scale, and they can take up to 10 years to develop,” explains Anson Kwok, Pinnacle’s vice-president of sales and marketing. “As a result, the residents in our master-planned communities stay loyal to us. It’s a big repeat-customer base and we, in turn, commit to staying engaged with them.”
That measure of relationship-building allows Pinnacle to build its brand organically, through word of mouth from satisfied clients. That satisfaction stems not just from the care that Pinnacle puts into suite layout and amenities. The team really does remain involved with its buildings, even after completion.
“Many of us at Pinnacle are residents of highrise buildings and we understand the lifestyle,” says Kwok. “I’ve been living in condos for 16 years and, like me, everyone on the team can relate to the nuances of what makes a building a great place to live. We understand the importance of good maintenance and management, so we remain hands on.”
It’s a corporate philosophy the company believes serves it well, as Pinnacle looks to further enhance the Toronto skyline. And plans for Pinnacle One Yonge in Toronto are creating a lot of buzz. “Pinnacle One Yonge is such an exciting and important project for us and for the city of Toronto,” says Kwok. “From the magic of the location, where the lake meets the foot of Yonge Street, to the history of that parcel of land (site of the Toronto Star building), we knew we had to develop in a way that not only delivered upon and improved the luxury residence experience, but serviced the greater area in progressive ways.”
Pinnacle One Yonge does exactly that, with plans for more than 50,000 sq. ft. of community centre space, and 2.5 acres of park space.
But it’s the bold design of SkyTower, the most recent offering at Pinnacle One Yonge, that really affirms Pinnacle’s place as an elite developer. SkyTower’s expansive 840 units will rise to an unprecedented 95 storeys, making this beacon of luxury living the tallest building in Canada.
With distinctions like these on display, need Pinnacle say more?
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