The Maxus at 80 Cumberland Street is the only condominium loft building of its kind in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. The building is 18 storeys high and houses 73 suites, the majority of which are multi-level wide lofts with 17” ceilings. One bedroom suites in The Maxus begin at 812 sq. ft. and three bedrooms can go up to 2000 sq. ft. Like any luxury loft, the layout is spacious, bright and clean. Most of the units include a balcony and there is a private terrace for all Maxus residents located on the second floor. Residents also enjoy deeded parking spots and lockers. Furthermore, there is a concierge in the lobby at all times.
Built in 2002 by the Shiu Pong Corporation, individual units at The Maxus have since been renovated to keep up with the neighbourhood’s upscale aesthetic. The building’s address, just north of the intersection at Bay and Bloor, is right in the heart of Yorkville. Known for its European-style walkways, trendy restaurants and designer boutiques, Yorkville is the downtown epicenter for refined taste. Be sure to tone up your tastebuds at Sassafraz, a French restaurant and celebrity destination right beside The Maxus.
During annual events such as the Toronto International Film Festival and the Jazz Festival, Yorkville is undoubtedly the place to be. Alternatively, landmark venues like the Air Canada Centre and the Rogers Centre are a short ride on the subway from the nearby Bay station. From the parks of Rosedale to the Toronto Island ferries, nothing is really that far away from The Maxus.