Live in downtown Toronto’s Church and Wellesley neighbourhood, where transit, culture and every urban convenience is within reach.
2 Carlton Street Condos is coming soon to the dynamic corner of Yonge and Carlton in Toronto.
This project brings together an ultra-modern tower reaching 73 storeys, an innovative, cubic-design by IBI Group, parkland and a prime downtown location where we’ve seen a significant amount of growth and transportation.
Rising 73 storeys on the northeast corner of Yonge and Carlton, the tower is proposed to house 1,046 residential units, with a mix of approximately 51 percent one-bedroom, 41 percent two-bedroom and eight percent three-bedroom units.
A striking podium with cubic-inspired architecture will house two floors of office space and two floors of retail, along with 162 parking spaces in an underground garage.
The tower’s design will be marked by two-storey-high white cubes, which form a grid-shape, interspersed with floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s a bold design that will be immediately distinguishable on the stretch, while offering residents dazzling views of downtown Toronto and beyond.
Widened sidewalks around the development and a small stretch of parkland along Carlton are also proposed, enhancing the streetscape and increasing value for the whole block.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Yonge and Carlton area has so much to offer, whether you’re looking to invest in real estate, call the heart of downtown your home, or both.
Everything you need is steps away, including an 85,000 square feet market-style grocery store, the newly-renovated Eaton Centre, coffee shops, commerce, hospitals and world-class cuisine.
Some of Toronto’s most eclectic neighbourhoods are within walking distance, including the vibrant Church/Wellesley Village and Yorkville, an upscale shopping and dining district.
The Financial District, where it’s estimated 200,000 people work every day is only two subway stops away and the site is within walking distance of both Ryerson University and The University of Toronto, all of which provide a potential tenant population.