Yorkville Toronto New Condo Developments Planned & Proposed
Here are the latest new condo developments planned and proposed for Yorkville.
Its a sneak peak into what the Yorkville skyline could look like in the future but keep in mind these proposed projects are ever-evolving and therefore subject change. Having not yet formerly launched, a few of these prospective developments have been on the books for years as it is ultimately up to the builder to decide when to start selling units to the public.
33 Avenue Rd & 140-148 Yorkville Ave
York Square site on north east corner of Avenue Rd & Yorkville Ave
89 Avenue Rd
Howard Johnson Hotel site on east side of Avenue Rd between Yorkville Village Shopping Mall & 99 Avenue Rd Condo Building
121 Avenue Rd
Vacant lot on south east corner of Avenue Rd & Webster Ave just north of the retirement residence
143-151 Avenue Rd
Avenue 151 Yorkville
East side of Avenue Rd just south of Davenport - site previously housed a gas station currently a parking lot
183-189 Avenue Rd & 109-111 Pears Ave
Northeast corner of Avenue Rd & Pears Ave - site currently a parking lot
Davenport Pears Development Project
1315-1325 Bay St & 48-58 Scollard St
North east corner of Bay & Scollard streets - old site for the Four Seasons Private Residences Sales Office
181 Bedford Rd & 250 Davenport Rd
AYC 181 Bedford
North east corner of Davenport & Bedford Rd
245 units + 39 townhomes
AYC as in Annex Yorkville Connection
1 Bloor St West
South west corner of Yonge & Bloor formerly the site of Stollery's
2 Bloor St West
Current site of Cumberland Terrace on north west corner of Yonge & Bloor
30-50 Bloor St West
Current site of The Holt Renfrew Centre
80 Bloor St West
Currently the site of an 18 storey office building on the north side of Bloor between between Bay & Bellair St
2-8 Cumberland St & 826-834 Yonge St
North west corner of Yonge & Cumberland St
100 Davenport Rd
North of Bay St on the east side of Davenport Rd - former the site of the sales office for the Florian condos
126-128 Hazelton Ave
128 Hazelton Ave
South west corner of Hazelton Ave & Davenport Rd site of Hakim Optical
10-14 Prince Arthur Ave
Current site of a 3 storey office building located on the north side of Prince Arthur Ave between Avenue & Bedford Rd
771 Yonge St
Southeast corner of Yonge St & Asquith Ave
874-878 Yonge St & 3-11 Scollard St
South west corner of Yonge & Scollard Street just south of the Toronto Reference Library
Y & S Developments
906 Yonge St & 25 McMurrich St
Ridpath's Furniture site on west side of Yonge St north of Davenport Rd
27 storey condo tower fronts on Mcmurrich & connects to 23 storey hotel on Yonge St
37 Yorkville Ave & 50 Cumberland St
Green P Parking Garage between Yonge & Bay Streets fronting onto to both Yorkville Ave & Cumberland St
64 storey tower fronts on Yorkville & 41 storey tower on Cumberland
Avenue 151 Yorkville 143 Avenue Road Dash Developments A proposal has been submitted to the city by Dash Developments to erect a mid-rise building of 12 storeys featuring 94 residential condominium units at 143 Avenue Road. The site is located directly south of Avenue & Davenport Rd on the east side and directly across the street from the flower shops of Ave & Dav. Currently a parking lot, the site previously housed a gas station.
2 Bloor Street West Cumberland Terrace site Developer Oxford Properties The latest proposal for Cumberland Terrace is to re-develop the site as an L-shaped structure consisting of a 7 storey podium housing retail and a hotel which would connect to a 70 storey residential condo tower at Bay & Cumberland streets. At the other end, at Yonge & Bloor, the 34 storey CIBC office tower would be taken down and an 85 storey residential condo tower would be put in its place.
30-50 Bloor Street West Holt Renfrew Centre Morguard Investments and Pensionfund Realty has submitted an application to the City of Toronto to redevelop the multi-level retail complex at 50 Bloor Street West which starts from Mayfair Mews and goes west along Bloor to Holt Renfrew.
The proposal entails creating two new unique building features. The first element is creating an 8 storey commercial podium beginning at Mayfair Mews that extends along Bloor Street West and retains the four level Holt Renfrew store but adds four more storeys plus a rooftop garden on top of the flagship luxury department store. The 8 storey podium will be made up of retail space and offices.
The second element is building a 72 storey residential condominium tower plus 3 building service levels that sits on top of the 8 retail podium but does not extend over Holt Renfrew as the rooftop garden above Holt Renfrew becomes part of the amenities for the condominium building. The condominium tower will be made up of approximately 600 units divided into three sections. Levels 11-38 will be the Garden Terrace Suites, followed by the City View Suites on floors 41-65 and topped off with the Sky-garden Penthouses on floors 68-80. The new address for the condominium building will be 30 Bloor Street West.
There are also plans for 6 level underground parking garage under the condominium tower at 30 Bloor Street West consisting of approximately 620 parking spaces for the condominium residents and commercial tenants.
80 Bloor Street West Krugarand Corporation, the owner of 80 Bloor Street West is proposing to replace the existing 18 storey office building with a 66 storey residential condo tower. Located on the north side of Bloor Street West between Bay and Bellair Streets, 80 Bloor St West sits between Harry Rosen to the west and Capezio & David's shoe stores to the east.
10-14 Prince Arthur Avenue Developer Castlepoint Hariri Pontarini Architects has designed a nine storey luxury condominium to be built on the site that currently houses a 3 storey office building at 14 Prince Arthur Avenue and a two storey historic house at 10 Prince Arthur. The office building will be torn down and the existing historical structure will remain and be restored and moved south closer to the road.
The seven storey residential condominium of 45 units will feature large terraces and sit on top of the ground and second floors of commercial space.
906 Yonge Street & 25 McMurrich Street Ridpath's Fine Furniture site After consultations with the City and the local community there is a new revised plan for the Ridpath's Fine Furniture Store site at 906 Yonge Street which includes the parking lot at the back of the building accessed from McMurrich Street. Ridpath's Fine Furniture Store has closed and will be replaced by a 27 storey hotel that will incorporate the original 3 storey Tudor Revival style facade of the Ridpath's store. A two storey podium will connect the hotel to the 23 storey residential condominium tower fronting on McMurrich Street.
The footprint of this property expands across the entire city block as it fronts on both Yorkville Avenue to the north and Cumberland Street to the south. The six storey garage has both a retail component with the Shops of the Village Arcade including Dinah's Cupboard and an office space component.
Developer KingSett is planning to build two condominium towers on the site, one 64 storeys fronting on Yorkville Ave and the other 41 storeys high on Cumberland Street housing 1083 residential condo units. The 9 storey podium of the project will feature retail space on the first and second floors and then seven levels of above ground parking. Approximately 810 parking spots will be provided for public parking through the Toronto Parking Authority on floors three to nine. On levels 3-6 of the podium, 418 parking spaces, will be allotted for residents of the condominium towers.
Initially as the project goes into the construction phase, the Yorkville neighbourhood will lose 1000 parking spaces and then it will gain back 800 public parking spaces once the project is complete.
Victoria Boscariolis a real estate agent in Toronto Canada with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited Brokerage. With over 20 years experience, Victoria has been helping people successfully buy and sell condos in Yorkville and downtown Toronto. She has worked with Buyers from around the world moving to Toronto from China, Russia, Brazil, India, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Cyprus, Italy, Germany, The United Kingdom and Australia.