The 21-storey condominium building at 110 Bloor Street West is on the north side of Bloor Street in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. It houses 135 units ranging from 1 to 3 bedroom suites. The largest spaces are 3000 sq. ft. 2-storey suites with balconies and fireplaces.
Built in 1979-1980, many of the suites at 110 Bloor Street have undergone renovations making them unique properties. They feature the high end finishes that are the standard in Yorkville residences including hardwood flooring, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Amenities in the building include an exercise room, an indoor pool, a squash court and a sauna.
These units are hard to come by because of the building’s desirable location. Right in the heart of Yorkville, 110 Bloor Street Condos shares the same street with Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Harry Rosen and Tiffany & Co.
During annual events such as the Toronto International Film Festival and the Jazz Festival, Yorkville is undoubtedly the place to be. Celebrity sightings at five star restaurants like Sassafraz or Bistro 990 are a common occurrence.
Because 110 Bloor Street is in such a central location, transportation to other parts of the city are hassle-free. Landmark event venues including the Air Canada Centre, Harbourfont and the Rogers Centre are only a few subway stops away via the nearby Bay station. From location to amenities to top quality suites, it’s easy to see why homes at 110 Bloor Street get snapped up pretty quickly.