To kick off patio season we share with you a spotlight on Yorkville. Over the last 60 years, Yorkville has transformed from a bohemian cultural hub to the hub of haute couture and refined living.
The New Yorkville continues to evolve. Cranes building Toronto's version of high-density Manhattan frame the handful of Victorian-era streets and Yorkville Village Park. To emulate a hotel-esque lifestyle, developers engage elite architects and designers to create luxurious lobbies and amenities to elevate life in a 400-square-foot studio to a 5,000 + square-foot sky palace. We've highlighted 11 | YV and 50 Scollard under Crane-All Knowledge for their architectural elegance. We can help you with developer availability or re-sale assignments not listed on real estate websites.
Yorkville homes are primarily Victorian heritage gems that can not be replaced. There have been 4 Yorkville house sales since January and 8 exquisite properties are on the market from $3,300,000 to $9,500,000. In the Yorkville core (Bloor north to Davenport, Yonge to Avenue Road) 55 condominiums have sold this year ranging from $400,000 to over $6,000,000. Currently, 77 condos are for sale in the Yorkville core including a bachelor for $500,000 to a Four Seasons Residence for $18,800,000.
Linda's pre-Covid video on Yorkville documents the changing condo and retail landscape shift. It's quite remarkable to look back and see the gap!
This month's Real Escapism is Regal. Sotheby's Coronation Sale of past and present royal artifacts offers some intrigue before Charles is crowned.
Enjoy and we hope to join you at our open house or a patio soon!
Lisa Marie, Linda, Lori and Cherry