55 Charles - Bloor Yorkville Condominium Residences - VIP
Saturday Jul 27th, 2019
55C Bloor Yorkville Condominiums
In the heart of Bloor Yorkville. Toronto’s most fashionable neighbourhood,
55 Charles is modern, distinct, and alluring. A symbiotic collage of design
and luxury. Style and sophistication. Every detail of this development defines
what’s best about big city living. Thoughtfully designed suites. Fabulous
amenities. Divine features. Sublime finishes. Bespoke quality.
Your opportunity to be a part of this luxury neighborhood. This condo with
estimated occupancy end of 2023 is currently available in VIP preview.
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Located in the heart of Toronto, at the crossroads of two major subway lines. 2 minutes to
Yonge and Bloor.
Striking architecture. Another notable project by the world renowned architectsAlliance.
Dramatic pinstriped vertical façade. Clad in stone, glass and stainless steel. Interiors by the
internationally-acclaimed Cecconi Simone. Chic and luxurious. Features natural woods, subtle
swatches of gold, sand and stone.
MOD Developments Inc., one of Toronto’s most innovative development firms, specializes in
unique urban developments with a focus on architectural excellence, heritage preservation
and city-building. The company has won several industry awards, including multiple BILD
and OHBA Project of the Year and Best High-Rise Building Design Awards. Past projects
include FIVE St. Joseph, The Massey Tower and Waterworks.
Bloor Yorkville is Toronto’s most coveted shopping, dining and cultural destination. Packed with
world-class stores, including Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada, Cartier, Tiffany & Co.,
Holt Renfrew, Gucci and more, as well as a multitude of fine dining restaurants, elegant bistros
and cafés. Minutes away from global institutions of higher learning – University of Toronto and
Ryerson University. The world-renowned Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Gardiner Museum, Bata
Shoe Museum, the Royal Conservatory of Music and Koerner Hall are within walking distance.
2-minute walk from the Bloor-Yonge Station. Close to multiple subway stations, the University
of Toronto and Ryerson University.