Boutique Condos is a 2-phase complex that consists of a 15 storey high-rise and a 35 storey skyscraper. The former, completed in 2009, is located at 21 Nelson Street and the latter was finished a year later at 126 Simcoe Street.
Designed by the award-winning ZAS Architects, with interiors by Cecconi Simone, Boutique Condos has the ambience of a five star hotel. As soon as you walk through the front door, you will be struck by the lobby’s fireplace, chandeliers and dark wood detailing. The suites themselves have open loft-like layouts with modern kitchen cabinetry, engineered wood floors and a balcony.
When it comes to amenities, the selection at Boutique is remarkable. The fitness centre alone includes a counter-current pool, weight-training & cardio room, a theatre, yoga studio and steam rooms. On the rooftop, there’s a Skyline Lounge, a Sunset Patio and a Billiard Bar. A second patio has a plunge pool with private cabanas, barbecues and a dining area surround by sunken fire pits. Furthermore, Boutique’s Executive Concierge can set up an array of services such as housekeeping, dog walking and grocery delivery.
The intersection of Nelson and Simcoe Streets, the home of Boutique Condos, is just south of Richmond Street West and one block west of University Avenue. This is the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District, sandwiched between the Fashion District and the Financial District. If you live at Boutique, your neighbours will include the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Princess of Wales Theatre, just to name a few.