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Burke at Sherbourne & Bloor, a condo, a community, a culture

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Burke at Sherbourne & Bloor, a condo, a community, a culture

If you have ever wanted to live the quintessential downtown Toronto lifestyle, steps from the subway and everything the city has to offer, the opportunity has now arrived at Sherbourne and Bloor – Burke. These elegant residences reflect the finest urban sophistication, with a level of polish that suits your urban lifestyle. Combined with a well-rounded amenity package and the experience of one of Canada’s most esteemed developers, Concert Properties, Burke represents a not-to-be-missed real estate opportunity.

With an 87 Walk Score and 89 Transit Score, Burke’s interconnected location in St. James Town puts you at the crossroads of so many diverse experiences. Stroll west on Bloor Street and explore the city’s most vibrant shopping, A-list restaurants and premier exhibits. Head the opposite direction and find yourself on Danforth savouring truly authentic Greek food. Head south to Cabbagetown and explore the area’s quaint stores and unique character. Or perhaps escape from city life and connect with nature in the nearby Rosedale Ravine. In every direction, there is always something new.

Standing 53 storeys, this sleek, contemporary tower carves a striking silhouette in the skyline and offers stunning city and treetop views. Far from just another skyscraper, Burke is thoughtfully designed at the ground level and features the integration of rich heritage homes as well as a dynamic and colourful pathway with benches, landscaping and architectural lighting. This is all part of an impressive senses of arrival that leads to an abundance of amenities spanning three floors and just about everything you and your guests could desire.

Complete with chef’s kitchen, private dining room and expansive fireside terrace, the second floor is where you will entertain friends and family over a meal, movie or game of pool. The 27th floor is split between a state-of-the-art fitness centre that will have you cancelling your gym membership, and co-working and meeting spaces that make working from home seamless.

At Burke, you can choose from a diverse selection of homes ranging from junior one- to three-bedroom. Whatever your choice, each home has been elevated by sophisticated design and a timeless palette of natural tones. Featuring a German-engineered Bosch appliance package, quartz countertops and thoughtful layouts, the modern kitchens have been designed to inspire your inner gourmet. Begin and wind down each day in your bathroom sanctuary – featuring impressive, large-format marble-patterned porcelain tile floor and accent wall in striking contrast with matte black hardware.

Peace of mind is also a standard feature at Burke. More than 30 years and 12,000 homes developed across Ontario and British Columbia, Concert has garnered more than 100 industry awards. This means you can buy with confidence knowing that Concert is an experienced developer with a well-earned reputation for quality and homebuyer satisfaction.

Burke is arriving soon. Visit burkebyconcert.com to register your interest.


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The Prestige at Pinnacle One Yonge is serving up the best of upscale urban living in Toronto

The Prestige at Pinnacle One Yonge is serving up the best of upscale urban living in Toronto

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The Prestige at Pinnacle One Yonge is serving up the best of upscale urban living in Toronto

Condo development is alive and well in Toronto and it seems like each week, more towers designed by big-name developers and architects that will have a transformative impact on the city’s skyline are announced. Case in point: The Prestige, the first of the trio of residential condominiums set to define Pinnacle One Yonge – a development that’s been ambitiously conceived and is poised to change the way Torontonians live, work and play for years to come.

Currently under construction, The Prestige is part of Pinnacle International‘s multi-tower and multi-use development located between Yonge and Freeland and Queens Quay East to Lake Shore Boulevard East that will include extensive residential, office, retail, dining and hotel components, along with access to Toronto’s PATH network.

With more than 2,200 condominium suites between the three residential towers, the buildings will anchor the master-planned 4.4-million-sq.-ft. development of Pinnacle One Yonge. This sprawling community will also include 1.5 million sq. ft. of office space, 160,000 sq. ft. of retail, a 250-room hotel, and a 50,000-sq.-ft. community centre complete with a six-lane, 25-metre swimming pool and a double gymnasium. Pinnacle also will help build a 2.5-acre public park.

Set to rise 65 storeys, The Prestige will house 496 residential units, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom plus den options. Suites are priced from the low $800,000s. Recently released was the Palatial Collection, which will span the 55th to 64th floors and will feature only five large suites on each level.

When complete, the tower will boast an elegant style that’s been thoughtfully designed, thanks to its timeless and contemporary design. Striking accents of large windows and expansive balconies will pique curiosity to the tower’s facade, while simultaneously offering residents breathtaking views of Lake Ontario or the city skyline and beyond.

Residents of all ages will also be able to enjoy Pinnacle One Yonge’s other family-friendly amenities, such as the two children’s play areas – with one indoor, the other outdoor. There’s also a 10,000-sq.-ft. dog run complete with washing stations and a walking track with fitness stations. For those who enjoy entertaining, the outdoor lounge offers barbecues and dining areas, while the indoor party room is equipped with a caterer’s kitchen and the private dining room provides plenty of space to host and entertain your family and friends.

The next phase of the impressive development to begin construction is SkyTower. Soaring at a record-breaking 95-storeys, it will not only be Canada’s tallest residential condominium, it will also be the second tallest building in all of Toronto, after the CN Tower. Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, it includes 840 condominium suites in a variety of layouts, ranging from 655 to more than 1,700 sq. ft., with prices starting from the mid $900,000s.

With The Prestige’s occupancy slated for summer of 2022, you can stay up-to-date with the project by registering now at pinnacleoneyonge.ca or book an exclusive appointment by calling 416.925.9889.


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ELAD Canada breaks ground at Galleria On The Park

ELAD Canada breaks ground at Galleria On The Park

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ELAD Canada breaks ground at Galleria On The Park

ELAD Canada recently celebrated the groundbreaking of the Galleria on the Park master-planned community, marking a significant milestone for the west end neighbourhood. Galleria on the Park was one of the largest communities introduced to Toronto last year.

The 20-acre site located at Dufferin and Dupont streets will include eight mixed-used buildings, encompassing nearly 2,900 condominium residences and about 300,000 sq. ft. of retail, an eight-acre park, as well as a 95,000-sq.-ft. new community centre that is double the size of the current facility.

Photo: Geoff Fitzgerald
Photo: Geoff Fitzgerald

Representatives from ELAD Canada were joined by Councillor Ana Bailao and staff from the City’s affordable housing division, as well as project team members from CORE Architects, PSR Brokerage and Clark Construction Management, to commemorate the occasion on-site.

“We are extremely proud to deliver such a significant project to the city of Toronto,” says Rafael Lazer, CEO of ELAD Canada. “We have always deeply believed in the west end – its rich industrial past, its strong sense of community, and its vibrant arts and culture scene. (This) event demonstrates the strong momentum of Galleria on the Park and our continued commitment to delivering exceptional, thriving master-planned communities across Canada.”

As part of the first phase of the development, Galleria on the Park will include mixed-use towers Galleria 01 and 02, 150 affordable rental units, retail, the new Wallace Emerson Community Centre and Phase 1 of the expanded Park, which will become landmark amenities in the West End. Galleria 01 and 02 are now more than 95 per cent sold of released units.

Galleria 01 and 02 are 29- and 24-storey mixed-use towers respectively, sharing an articulated podium with an approximate 40,000-sq.-ft double-height retail space to support the growing local community. Designed by CORE Architects, the towers are clad with dark and rich metals, paying homage to the industrial character of the neighbourhood. The podium steps with stacked boxes, and a soft, earthy provides a welcoming environment at the pedestrian level.

The amenities and suites, by award-winning design firm U31, bring urban sophistication indoors. Suites feature modern interiors that take cues from the neighbourhood. Family-friendly amenities include an expansive co-working space that doubles as an event space opening out to a wrap-around outdoor terrace, an outdoor pool and a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

ELAD Canada has also unveiled new public art by internationally acclaimed artist, Thrush Holmes, solidifying the evolving Galleria site as a community hub. Holmes has transformed the bays along the north side of the Galleria Shopping Centre facing Dupont Street, into a series of vibrant, colourful rainbows. Spanning 150 ft. altogether, the murals serve as a message of hope and positivity for the west end as the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

The collaboration marks ELAD Canada’s second engagement with Holmes, following the reimagining of the 60-ft.-tall mall pylon that has now become a vibrant, neon beacon for the neighbourhood.

“We have always viewed public art as a way to strengthen communities and invigorate public spaces. This aligns very well with our primary focus for Galleria on the Park, which is to create a new community hub for everyone with exciting new recreational, shopping and dining options. These public art installations are fantastic indicators for what’s to come, as we continue to support local artists using our site as a canvas for the arts,” says Lazer.

ELAD Canada will be launching its next mixed-use building, Galleria 03 in the fall.

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CHBA names winners of 2020 National Awards for Housing Excellence

CHBA names winners of 2020 National Awards for Housing Excellence

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CHBA names winners of 2020 National Awards for Housing Excellence

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) has announced the winners of the 2020 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence, celebrating the best of the best from across Canada.

Rosehaven Homes' The Randall Residences in Oakville
Rosehaven Homes’ The Randall Residences in Oakville

Rosehaven Homes of Oakville, Ont. won the Marketing Excellence Award for overall success in marketing categories. Rosehaven also took home the marketing awards for Digital Media Campaign – Mid- to Highrise, and Print Ad, for The Randall Residences in Oakville. Rosehaven’s marketing was created with McOuat Partnership of Markham, Ont.

Minto Communities, another GTA builder, won the Net Zero Home Award, Mid- to Highrise Condo or Apartment Project (planned) for its Toronto development The Saint, Brochure/ Kit for 123 Portland, also in Toronto, and the Net Zero Home Award for the 2019 Minto Dream Home in support of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.

Located at Church and Adelaide, The Saint is designed to honour the preserved historic buildings of the neighbourhood, including the nearby St. James Cathedral. Inside, Japanese minimalism inspired design with biophilic elements combine to create a serene environment, and 10,000 sq. ft. of amenity space focused on health and wellness provides residents with a home where they can “find their centre.”

For a complete list of winners, visit chba.ca.


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Broccolini breaks ground at River & Fifth

Broccolini breaks ground at River & Fifth Condos in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood

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Broccolini breaks ground at River & Fifth Condos in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood

Montreal-based developer Broccolini has broken ground at River & Fifth Condos, a new condo development at Dundas St. E. & River St. in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood. Comprising 37-storeys and 560 units in one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts, the project is due for completion in 2023.

Broccolini is a family-owned business in operation for more than 70 years now. “While our name is relatively new in Toronto, in Montreal we have been an active partner in the city’s growth for many decades, with some of the most exciting projects, including the tallest mixed-use tower in the city and new national bank head-office, currently under development,” says Chief Operating Officer Anthony Broccolini.

“Using our family name on our projects means a lot to us and reflects our commitment to excellence in everything we build,” he adds. “We’re unique in that commitment as we wear the two hats of this industry – both the construction side and developer side. It is this track record that we bring to Toronto. River & Fifth is a really special project because it marks our first residential tower property in Toronto, and we feel really grateful it can be in a neighbourhood with so much promise and connected to greenspace and public parks.”

River & Fifth is located in downtown east, an area already undergoing significant development of greenspace, parks and other public spaces, given its proximity to the Don River.

“It’s a great opportunity to do city-building in a way that we can be proud of and create value for the city and for residents,” says Broccolini.

River & Fifth is designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc., with design from U31 Design and sales by the Milborne Group.

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The Rhodes

The Rhodes Residences is the new Blackdoor Development project that honours the singularity of its buyers

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The Rhodes Residences is the new Blackdoor Development project that honours the singularity of its buyers

Torontonians are a discerning bunch. Unique in our interests, we know what we want and where to get it. And we find a lot of it at the intersection of Bathurst and Eglinton.

With its high-end restaurants, eclectic bar scene, and stunning walking trails, this distinctive stretch of the city attracts and accommodates the most customized of lifestyles. Now, with the introduction of a boutique residence, The Rhodes, Bathurst and Eglinton, offers a bespoke living experience as well.

Blackdoor Development Company, the visionaries behind The Rhodes, believe that a home must be as individual and unique as its owner. It’s a novel approach, given the sameness of much of Toronto’s condominium options.

“At Blackdoor, we eschew the idea of a stacked building with identical layouts,” notes Blackdoor Principal Noah Geist. “It may be easier to build that way, but it surely doesn’t honour the singularity of our buyers.”

As such, Blackdoor commits to building unique and curated units. At The Rhodes, 85 per cent of the suites have floorplans that are fully distinctive from one another. And somehow, Blackdoor has managed to realize its vision at an affordable price (starting at $1.4 million), and with cutting edge design.

The eight-storey, 25-unit build is a master class in modern luxury. The exterior flat-finish concrete arches, masonry pillars, and oversized black door are representative of Blackdoor’s signature aesthetic. While the spacious suites and common spaces will appeal to the most sophisticated of taste, there’s a hipness to the design… a certain rock n’ roll elegance that helps to set The Rhodes apart.

“We knew we needed The Rhodes to be functional and reliable,” says Geist. “And we also wanted it to be beautiful and inspiring and original. Ali Budd was the obvious choice for our interior designer.” Ali Budd Interiors has been making a lot of waves in the design world of late. The full-service studio commits itself to understanding and accommodating the needs of every individual client, so the synergy with Blackdoor was immediate. And with the Toronto-based team able to provide holistic design, including bespoke furniture, millwork design and fabrication, and art curation, The Rhodes looks to be a model of design excellence.

Ten-ft.-high ceilings with no bulkheads and a 1,700-sq.-ft. average unit size afforded the design team the opportunity to deliver condominium living with the dimensions of a full-sized home. Lower floor balconies and upper floor skyview terraces shine light on Ali Budd’s curated palette of materials, including Gaggeneau appliances, custom-designed cabinetry and, wide plank seven-inch engineered flooring and a host of top grade finishes.

Eighteen of the 25 units at The Rhodes will have direct-to-suite elevators, providing unmatched security and exclusivity. And with all that the neighbourhood has to offer, residents will appreciate that measure of convenience.

The Rhodes is surrounded by greenspaces and walking trails, as well as boutique shopping along Eglinton Way. Plus, the Eglinton LRT is nearly complete, so residents will have transit access to anywhere in the city.

The Rhodes truly does offer a bespoke living experience for today’s most discerning buyer.

To be among the first to learn more about The Rhodes, register now at the website.


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Aquavista

The Aquavista by Hines and Tridel

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The Aquavista by Hines and Tridel

The recently designed Aquavista model suite by Hines and Tridel, is a two-storey penthouse suite with a total of 2,608 sq. ft. that beautifully captures lakeside living.

This magnificent suite allows for potential homeowners to be captivated by the panoramic lake views and stunning design finishes throughout. With all elements thoughtfully designed, comfort and luxury work together cohesively. This spacious and open concept layout makes the most of the natural light as it streams through the floor-to-ceiling windows while also being equipped with an in-suite elevator.

For further information visit the website.


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55 Charles

At 55 Charles MOD Developments’ elegant condominium tower is a Yorkville state of living

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At 55 Charles MOD Developments’ elegant condominium tower is a Yorkville state of living

Like its celebrated surroundings, where high fashion and luxury rub shoulders, 55 Charles is a prime example of exceptional design and architecture. Standing tall in the heart of Bloor Yorkville, its soaring presence makes a grand statement. Billed as one of the city’s most sophisticated addresses, it introduces a new level of elegance in condominium living.

55C is another exceptional project by MOD Developments, the developers behind the award-winning Massey Tower, FIVE St. Joseph Condominiums and Waterworks. Rising to a commanding 48 storeys, it’s been designed by the internationally renowned architectural firm of architectsAlliance.

55 Charles’ geometric silhouette, its dramatic pinstriped vertical façade and building block pattern of balconies spell pure perfection. Popularly known as 55C, this supremely elegant condominium addresses every little detail of life in a big busy city. Its thoughtfully designed suites, fabulous amenities, and exquisite features and finishes blend seamlessly to provide a holistic and harmonious living experience. The one place where all this comes to life is in the development’s immensely stylish interiors.

Designed by the acclaimed Cecconi Simone, the interiors feature natural woods, dusty golds and a mix of sand and stone. Beginning with the dramatic lobby, 55 Charles’ public spaces have an infinitely cosmopolitan aura and possess an inherent calming quality. With two singularly spectacular floors, more than 20,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces, 55 Charles is designed to pamper, soothe and inspire. From a curated wellness facility, equipped with the latest equipment and technology to a series of plush lounges, it exudes a draw to experience something special.

One of the highlights of 55 Charles is the C Lounge. Spread out like a golden dreamscape, overlooking the grand city, the spectacular C Lounge is the city’s highest amenity space. With its double-height ceilings, rich furnishings, and spectacular views, it’s exquisite, to say the least. From a romantic dinner to moments of quiet contemplation, this is a sophisticated universe of calm.

The suites of 55 Charles are anything but ordinary. A chic interpretation of less being more. From thoughtfully conceived one-bedroom, efficient two-bedrooms to grand three-bedrooms, the development offers a variety of floorplans to suit different needs and wants. With high-end finishes, contemporary fixtures, and highly functional layouts, they are a haven of modern design. The meticulous attention to detail is what makes them special.

Whether it’s a 536-sq.-ft. one-bedroom or a 1,006-sq.-ft. two-bedroom, every suite is designed to maximize functionality and livability. Efficient space planning provides good proportions and well-thought-out sightlines. The transition from one space to the other is cleverly designed, as seen in the master bathroom that can be closed off to serve as a powder room, to satisfy the everyday needs of residents. Custom millwork allows for built-in storage, closets, and pantries to enhance the ease of living.

Most suites offer spacious outdoor spaces to extend the living area. Some two-bedroom suites offer a free-standing tub on a large exterior window in the master bath. Special features like a custom built-in dining area, entry closet integrated into the kitchen millwork reflect how people truly use their space in a modern condominium.

55 Charles’ unbeatable Bloor Yorkville location allows residents to enjoy the city like never before. Steps from the many internationally-renowned designer stores, sought after restaurants, cosy bars and cafes, museums, as well as the subway, everything that Toronto has to offer is within easy reach.

A symbiotic collage of design and luxury. Calm and convenience. Style and sophistication. 55 Charles is a place inspired.

For further information visit the website.


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Pharrell Williams helps Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties design untitled in Toronto

Pharrell Williams helps Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties design untitled in Toronto

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Pharrell Williams helps Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties design untitled in Toronto

Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties have unveiled complete design and development plans for untitled, a new collaborative project in midtown Toronto with recording artist Pharrell Williams.

The designs are the result of a multi-stage process that saw Reserve and Westdale working with Williams, alongside architects from IBI Group and designers from U31, to realize a collective vision for the project.

“The decision to work with Pharrell was born out of a desire to do something unique for our future residents, the city and architecture as a whole,” says Sheldon Fenton, chief executive officer, Reserve Properties. “We believed by bringing in a cultural icon with vision and ideation from outside the realm of real estate it would allow us to break the mold in terms of what has traditionally been done in multi-residential development in Toronto.”

Working with Williams, the team developed a set of overarching principles that became integral to the overall design process. These included creating spaces with a conscious understanding of how people will feel within them, focusing on design that is both aesthetically inspiring but also purposeful in its function, and incorporating a feeling of natural elements throughout the spaces.

The two-tower residential development will include 751 condominium suites, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, as well as 32,000 sq. ft. of amenity space.

Gust of Wind

The seed for untitled’s architecture is rooted in lead architect Mansoor Kazerouni of IBI Group’s cultural background. Kazerouni introduced the concept of a jugalbandi, a performance in Indian classical music featuring an intricate duet between two solo musicians. The term translates to mean entwined twins and for Kazerouni, a jugalbandi informed how his work could entwine with sound waves from one of Pharrell’s songs. Using parametric design, the sculpted, fluid form of the balconies follows the wave pattern of Williams’ hit song Gust of Wind, articulating the building as a visual abstraction of music.

Interior spaces by Kelly Cray of U31 aim to articulate notions of universality throughout the common areas, amenities and suites. Rather than projecting a lifestyle onto the residents, the goal was for each individual space to serve as a backdrop to the user’s own experience. The result is an exploration of the interplay between nature, essentialism and Japanese inspired minimalism using a palette of plants, water, light and form.

In the lobby, a deep charcoal stone used on the floor wraps up along the walls creating a seamless experience. A cascading water feature adds movement to one’s journey, extending through the arrival hall to the concierge. The flow of water that welcomes residents is purposefully intended to evoke feelings of energy and movement when you first step into the building; an experience that is continued as a memory in surrounding spaces.

An extensive amenity program extends throughout the building’s ground floor and onto the upper levels, with a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that include a co-working garden lounge, screening room, active fitness centre, kids club, a rec room, social lounge and private dining with a sake tasting area, that flow out to the rooftop terraces.

Water and space

A wellness centre, featuring a spa and indoor-outdoor swimming pool round-out the offering with expansive floor to ceiling glass screens separating the two sides of the pool. Views through the screens frame a dramatic, 30-ft. water feature that flows into the far end of the pool.

“To me, the key elements were water and space,” says Williams. “With water moving in the building the way it does, there’s this continuous flow of motion that’s recharging to people. Certain places just hit us as humans, reminding us that we’re alive.”

As part of the block master-plan, the development team will also be building a separate 413-unit purpose-built rental building adjacent to untitled, along with a new public park. The rental building will contain 200 affordable housing units, 165 mid-range units and 49 market units, delivering a range of housing options.

untitled will feature suites ranging in type, from studios to three-bedrooms, with prices starting in the low $400,000’s.

Renderings: Norm Li
Press conference photos: Arthur Mola


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SkyTower

SkyTower – the latest phase of Pinnacle One Yonge aims high at 95 storeys

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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?

To be among the first to learn about SkyTower, register online.


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