The glass tower at 10 Bellair Street is a landmark in Yorkville and one of Toronto’s most prestigious addresses. Built by Tridel on a granite podium, No. 10 Bellair is 28 storeys high. The top 2 floors are muli-level penthouse suites with spacious outdoor terraces. All of the suites in the building feature hardwood floors, 12” coffered ceilings, built-in closet shelving, heated tile floors and stainless steel appliances.
On the 3rd and 4th floors of No. 10 Bellair, you will the Bellair Club & Spa, a 2 storey fitness centre with an indoor reflection pool that walks out to a landscaped sky garden terrace. Other building amenities include a billiards room, a ballroom, a conference room and a lounge. At the front desk, there’s a 24-hour executive concierge and valet parking for your safety and convenience.
This is an elegant and upscale residence where no details have been missed or any expenses spared. It would be an enviable home in any neighbourhood but it’s location in Yorkville further increases its desirability.
Yorkville is a neighbourhood known for its flagship designer stores, trendy restaurants, art galleries and celebrity residents. At 10 Bellair Street, or simply No. 10 Bellair, your neighbours will be Harry Rosen, Tiffany’s and Birks. Additionally, local restaurants such as Sassafraz, Remy’s and Bellini are the finest in the city. It’s a vibrant culturally-rich community that hosts many of Toronto’s notable annual events including the Toronto International Film Festival.
Another perk of Yorkville is its accessibility to other parts of the city via the Bay subway station. From there, residents have access to both the University-Yonge-Spadina line and the Bloor-Danforth line. Because of this, getting to destinations such as Harbourfront, High Park or the Rogers Centre is remarkably hassle-free.