The Residences at Hazelton Lanes are exclusive condominium units in Yorkville’s oldest residential building. Originally built in the 70’s and designed by Webb Zerafa Menkes Housden Architects, the building was awarded the Urban Design Award of Excellence in 1976.
With two entrances, one at 55A Avenue Road and the other at 18A Hazelton Avenue, the building houses 53 units with 24 different floorplans. The suites are mostly 2 floors and range in size from 729 to 3000+ sq. ft. All of the suites feature solariums or terraces—some of the terraces offer up to 2000 sq. ft. of outdoor space. There are parking spaces available and a 24-hour concierge.
The Residences at Hazelton Lanes is low-rise 8-storey building with only 5 storeys of residential space. The lower 3 floors are offices and retail stores including couture boutiques for clothing, pet accessories, jewelry and furniture. Due to its limited availability and prime Yorkville location, these suites are among the most desirable in all of Toronto.
The surrounding Yorkville neighbourhood is home to Toronto’s most upscale downtown addresses and residents at Hazelton Lanes boast neighbours like Chanel, Harry Rosen and Cartier. The neighbourhood is full of flagship designer stores making it comparable to international districts like Los Angeles’ Rodeo Drive and New York City’s Fifth Avenue.
During annual events, such as the Toronto International Film Festival, Yorkville is that place to see and be seen. Five star local dining spots, including Sassafraz and Bistro 990 are no stranger to celebrity clientele. The area is packed with cafes and specialty stores to explore as you leisurely stroll around the European-style walkways.
For destinations outside of Yorkville, the Bay subway station is only a short walk away. It connects to both the University-Yonge-Spadina line and the Bloor-Danforth line which makes a wide variety of venues accessible, from Dundas Square to High Park.