The Yorkville Condominiums 32 Davenport Road Developer Lifetime Developments launched The Yorkville Condominiums in March 2011. Located next to The Florian at the north west corner of Davenport Road and McMurrich, this new condominium project sits steps between Bay Street to the west and Yonge Street to the east and consists of a 31 storey condominium tower plus six 2 storey executive townhomes and five levels of underground parking accessible from McMurrich Street. The building features a grand two storey lobby with three sided fireplace all lit by a breathtaking chandelier. Designed by award-winning architect Rudy Wallman of Wallman Architects with interiors for the project by Melandro Quilatan and Tania Richardson of Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting.
All suites have balconies, floor to ceiling windows and minimum nine foot ceiling heights. Standard finishes include pre-finished engineered flooring in all principal rooms and bedrooms, natural stone or quartz kitchen countertops and Miele stainless steel kitchen appliances including microwave and a signature dining island/table. Suite sizes range from the smallest one bedroom of 383 square feet to the penthouse level three bedroom plus den suites of 1965 square feet.
Amenities at The Yorkville Condominiums:
- Twenty four hour concierge
- Residents’ lounge on with piano bar and billiards room located on the 5th floor
- Private dining room and wine cellar
- Caterer’s kitchen and culinary kitchen both available for private chefs
- Fully equipped fitness facility with cardio and yoga studios
- Plunge pool
- Men’s and women’s change rooms with their own steam rooms
- Rooftop terrace with lounge, barbeque and dining area
The History Behind 32 Davenport Road Davenport Road is one of the oldest streets in Toronto as some 12,000 years ago it was a meandering trail first used by native hunters and traders. The Yorkville Condominiums is located just before Davenport Road curves at the top of Bay Street and it is these curves that make Davenport Road one of Toronto’s few streets that is off the regular grid pattern of the city as it follows the original native pathway.
In 1923 a service station was built on the site of 32 Davenport Rd and 1939 the structure was then used by the CBC to store equipment for the visit of the King and Queen. In 1945 the building was used by brewers to house their offices followed by a direct mail company in 1955.
In 1966, 32 Davenport Rd became the site for the new offices of Moriyama & Teshima Architects. World-renowned for their landmark projects such as the Bata Shoe Museum and The Toronto Reference Library, Moriyama & Teshima have had their offices at this location for forty-five years.
For more information on Yorkville Toronto Condominiums visit http://www.yorkvillecondo.co