Welcome to 10 Prince Arthur
||Richard Wengle Architect Inc.
Amidst stately Victorian houses and tree-lined streets stands an address of preeminent distinction. Residences that offer a lifestyle of unrivalled elegance and exclusivity. Nestled in a coveted community that is synonymous with prestige, glamour and opulence.
A façade with a dramatic stepped profile articulated by individual volumes. An inter- play of expansive glass with bronze metal frames, hand-made elongated bricks and earth toned masonry married with sleek Indiana limestone. 10 Prince Arthur embodies the artistic character of the neighbourhood’s established architecture, yet stands notably above with timeless design
Enter a Life of Seamless Luxury
Where effortless elegance begins. Where bespoke features and gleaming details captivate the eye at every turn and city views encompass the most remarkable perspectives. A place that ignites the imagination and soothes the soul, where everything you touch speaks of grandeur and mindful, contemporary design.
Revel in the essence of sophis- tication in a private haven where the best of lavish Yorkville awaits. Designer boutiques. The city’s finest dining. World- class spas and glimmering galleries, all embracing your residential domain. 10 Prince Arthur — a way of life that extends far beyond your suite.
The Annex is Toronto's most heterogeneous community. Its residents include successful business people, prominent artists, University of Toronto students and faculty, and people from all walks of life. It is also home to some of the finest homes in Toronto. This is a vibrant neighbourhood that draws its energy from the University of Toronto, as well as from the bars, restaurants and nightclubs that crowd together along Bloor Street. Many of the rooming houses and multi-unit homes in the Annex have recently been converted back to single family houses reflecting the return to prominence of this historic Toronto neighbourhood. Learn more about the Annex here
Yorkville is an affluent neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is roughly bounded by Bloor Street to the south, Davenport Road to the north, Yonge Street to the east and Avenue Road to the west, and is considered part of 'The Annex' neighbourhood officially. Established as a separate village in 1830, it was annexed into Toronto in 1883. Yorkville is diverse, comprising residential areas, office space, and an array of shopping options. Learn more about Yorkville here