The low-rise condo building at 21 Scollard Street is part of a larger complex that includes a 36-storey glass tower at 18 Yorkville Avenue and a landscaped public park that connects the buildings together.
Janet Rosenberg & Associates, the firm responsible for the park’s design, have become well-known for their achievements in landscape architecture. Some of their previous projects include the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls and the Prime Minister’s residence in Ottawa.
With high quality modern finishes and large windows that bring in natural light, the suites in 21 Scollard are in-demand luxury residences. It’s a more intimate home environment than its skyscraping countertop with balconies that offer enviable views of Yorkville and the park below. Residents at 21 Scollard have access to amenities at 18 Yorkville, but they also have their own private exercise room with a great selection of cardio equipment.
Yorkville is a highly desirable part of Toronto which is why so many condominium buildings in the area have made it onto SelectCondos. During annual events like the Toronto International Film Festival, Yorkville is undoubtedly the place to see and be seen. Even throughout the year, famed dining spots, such as Sassafraz and Bistro 990, are no stranger to celebrity clientele. For events at other venues, like the Air Canada Centre and Harbourfront, residents living at 21 Scollard only need to hop onto the subway at 1 of the 2 nearby stops.
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