1 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5E 1W7, Canada

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1 YONGE CONDOS

 

1 Yonge is a new condo project by Pinnacle International currently in preconstruction at 1 Yonge Street in Toronto. The project approximately has a total of 3885 units. ¬†Plans are in the works for a redevelopment of the lands known as 1 Yonge Street, which is essentially the Toronto Star site at the base of what some people consider the world’s longest street.

Dubious claims of length aside, the site has a commanding position across from Toronto’s harbour in a “picture post card” location that will forever shape the way people perceive the city’s skyline. Developer Pinnacle International bought the site last year and has engaged renowned Hariri Pontarini Architects to prepare concept plans for the site.

The Toronto Star building itself at the corner of Yonge and Queens Quay would stay, but everything else on the site, which consists of the former printing plant and newspaper distribution buildings as well as the adjacent parking lots is to be redeveloped. The plans are still preliminary for the site, but the intention is to “go big”, and it currently proposes five new towers, the tallest of which is planned at 98 storeys.

LOCATION

 

The massive amount spent to procure land for the project certainly seems to have been well worth the price, as the new project will have one of the most highly coveted addresses in Toronto, Yonge Street on the harbourfront. Along with office and retail space, One Yonge will also feature a public space and a state-of-the-art fitness center, a restaurant/lounge, and upscale recreation facilities.

In total, the project will contain more than 800,000 square feet of commercial space.Pinnacle Development certainly has the experience to bring such a project to fruition. The development firm has already completed two condos along the waterfront: Success Tower and 33 Bay St. Condos. In the past, Pinnacle has handled projects from as near as Vancouver all the way to San Diego.

COMMUNITY

 

Plans are in the works for a redevelopment of the lands known as 1 Yonge Street, which is essentially the Toronto Star site at the base of what some people consider the world’s longest street. Dubious claims of length aside, the site has a commanding position across from Toronto’s harbour in a “picture post card” location that will forever shape the way people perceive the city’s skyline. Developer Pinnacle International bought the site last year and has engaged renowned Hariri Pontarini Architects to prepare concept plans for the site.

The Toronto Star building itself at the corner of Yonge and Queens Quay would stay, but everything else on the site, which consists of the former printing plant and newspaper distribution buildings as well as the adjacent parking lots is to be redeveloped. The plans are still preliminary for the site, but the intention is to “go big”, and it currently proposes five new towers, the tallest of which is planned at 98 storeys.

1 Yonge Condos

1 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5E 1W7, Canada

1 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5E 1W7, Canada

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