Directly across from Toronto’s Four Seasons Hotel, The Prince Arthur is a landmark in the Yorkville neighbourhood. Built by the Minto Group, the building’s most distinctive feature is its central archway which connects a 24-storey tower to a 6-storey courtyard structure.
Most of the suites in The Prince Arthur are custom-designed and boast sizes up to 4200 sq. ft. They all have 9” high ceilings, individually controlled heating and cooling, parking spots and storage lockers. Amenities in the building include a 24-hour concierge, valet parking, party rooms, an exercise room with a sauna, a library, a billiards room and a large sun terrace.
Located at 38 Avenue Road, The Prince Arthur is an exclusive address in Toronto’s most upscale downtown neighbourhood. The building is on the west side of Yorkville, a district famous for its fine dining and designer boutiques.
Many companies, like Chanel and Harry Rosen, have chosen Yorkville for their flagship stores making the area comparable to international shopping districts like Los Angeles’ Rodeo Drive and New York City’s Fifth Avenue. Furthermore, celebrities filming in the city or attending the Toronto International Film Festival will likely be spotted in one of Yorkville’s famed dining spots such as Sassafraz or Bistro 990. Other attractions in the area include the Royal Ontario Museum, Queen’s Park and the Bata Shoe Museum.
Residents at 38 Avenue Road will find that other attractions and events in the city are equally as accessibly via the nearby Bay subway station. From the Bay station, you can take either the Bloor-Danforth line or the University-Yonge-Spadina line which makes it easy to navigate a wide variety of destinations, from Dundas Square to High Park.