The Thornwood, “Rosedale’s Last Great Address”, is a 10-storey collection of condominiums built by Cresford Developments. An established residential development corporation, Cresford is responsible for a dozen luxury buildings in Toronto. When they designed The Thornwood, they cleverly combined the architecture of Toronto’s historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station with the modern style of Rosedale’s prominent surrounding homes.
In the heart of Rosedale, east of Yonge Street, The Thornwood’s location is simply unparalleled. It’s minutes away from the subway station, Pricefield Park and some of Toronto’s finest stores and restaurants. Local favourites include Harvest Wagon for top of the line produce, Pastis for authentic French cuisine and The Narwhal for curated designer shopping. The Thornwood also shares its address, at Scrivener Square, with a flagship LCBO that specializes in vintage wine.
Inside the building, the Gluckstein-designed lobby of The Thornwood fits perfectly with the neighbourhood’s quaint ambience. A concierge is on hand around the clock and valet parking is also available. Furthermore, residents have exclusive access to the building’s exercise, billiards and meeting rooms.
A distinguishing feature of The Thornwood is that the suites vary in size, style and shape. When the building was first designed, Cresford customized many of the units for individual purchasers. Residents have the privilege of knowing that their home is a unique creation. That being said, each unit shares features such as high ceilings, balconies and floor to ceiling windows with breathtaking views of Toronto. This is definitely a building to discover in a neighbourhood begging to be explored.