Known as Quantum 1 and Quantum 2, the two towers at Yonge and Eglinton form a luxury residential complex known as Minto Midtown. The towers reach 118m and 160m, respectively, making them the tallest in the neighbourhood. From panoramic windows, residents are privy to unobstructed views of the Toronto skyline.
Quatum Towers house almost 1,000 suites ranging from one bedroom units to extraordinary penthouses that are more than 3600 sq. ft. The suites are open concept boasting wooden floors, granite countertops and Snaidero-designed kitchens. Minto Midtown offers a stacked list of five star amenities for its residents including an indoor pool, a fitness centre, an aerobics and yoga studio, a theatre, guest suites, a business centre and an entertainment lounge.
The Quantum Towers were developed by Minto, an award-winning company whose portfolio includes 775 King Street West, Richgrove Village, MintoSkyy and The Avendale. Minto worked with architect firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill alongside world-renowned designers II By IV to bring these impeccably styled towers to Toronto’s Yonge and Eglinton intersection. The residence was also the recipient of LEED Canada Gold Medal Certification for excellence in energy and environmental design.
Located directly on Yonge Street, right by the Eglinton subway station, all of Toronto’s downtown and uptown districts are extremely accessible from Minto Midtown. The nearby Allen Road can take you further up north to Yorkdale Mall and destinations in the Greater Toronto Area. In the immediate Yonge and Eglinton area, residents at Minto Midtown will find everything they need from groceries at the 24 hour Metro in the RioCan Shopping Centre to nightly jazz performances at the hidden Alleycatz Live Jazz Bar.