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Spacious 1+1 Condo In The Centre Of It All, While On A Quiet Residential Street. Amazing Layout, Large Den That Works As 2nd Bdrm. Spacious Kitchen, 2 People Can Cook Here. Granite Counters, Tons Of Cabinet Space. Rich Hardwood Floors, Floor-To-Ceiling Windows. Juliette Balcony. Spa Bathroom With Marble And Soaker Tub, Walk-In Glassed Shower. Lrg Locker+Parking Space. 24Hr Concierge In Luxury Yorkville Bldg Steps To Summerhill, Rosedale, Shops, Restos.
About the Building
Domus Lofts is nestled on McAlpine Street, just off of Davenport Road. It boasts an unconventional stacked design with Gothic influences and integrated greenery. It’s a pet-friendly building with great amenities and lots of space. The boutique building features 73 units across 8 storeys and 20 townhouses.
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Want to make this your new space?
If you’re interested in renting this unit, you’ll need to provide:
- Meeting with Landlord (In-person or virtual)
- Completed application form
- Proof of employment
- Credit check
- 3 references
- First and last month’s deposit delivered via bank draft or certified cheque
Yorkville is bounded by Bloor Street to the south, Davenport Road to the north, Yonge Street to the east, and Avenue Road to the west. It is also bounded by Burberry, Prada, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Vera Wang, Versace, Swarovski, Birks, Coach, Betsy Johnson, Hermes, Tiffany & Co; and Chanel. Sorry (not sorry) to all of you shopaholics out there!
Comprised of a mix of residential and commercial buildings, the Yorkville we see today is owed to its bohemian roots. It is most notably the breeding ground for Canadian talents including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Gordon Lightfoot, Margaret Atwood, and Dennis Lee. Yorkville was considered a pivotal nexus in Canada’s hippie movement. Ironically, its popularity with hippies and artists led to the area once being described as “a festering sore in the middle of the city”, and many calling for it to be bulldozed and removed.
No longer the case, international visitors, and ‘Torontonians’ appreciate Yorkville as one of the city’s most photogenic neighbourhoods. Today, it is home to some of the most beautiful restaurants, bars, nightclubs, clothing stores, cafes, and shopping that Toronto has to offer. It is also the stomping grounds for world-class hotels such as Four Seasons, the Park Hyatt, the Hazleton Hotel, and the Windsor Arms. As a result, Yorkville is where the well-heeled flock for spa treatments, business lunches, functions, weekend getaways, date nights, and shopping trips.
Enjoy the luxury and convenience that Yorkville offers – the walkability, lifestyle and opportunities of living in the centre of the city – combined with the beauty of the neighbourhood – makes for an everyday lifestyle that is so worth it.