625 Yonge is on sale since Jan 2020.
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625 Yonge Overview
625 Yonge Street is a new mixed-use residential condominium development currently in pre-construction at 625, 629 and 637 Yonge Street and 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 Isabella Street in Toronto, Ontario by Edenshaw Developments Limited. It consists of a 46 storey building with 354 dwelling units designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects.
625 Yonge Project Details
625 Yonge Street Condos is located on the east side of Yonge Street and on the south side of Isabella Street in the midtown area of Toronto. This 46 storey building will be 156 metres in height and will have 577 square metres of retail use space at grade level. There are 354 proposed residential units. The existing buildings on the site would be demolished and there would be 532 square metres of indoor amenity space and 662 square metres of outdoor amenity space located on the podium and the 46th floor. 127 parking spaces will be proposed as well 266 bicycle parking spaces. "The tower building will have a series of terraced stepbacks from the street line at the podium level, the 18th floor and the 46th floor."
The original proposal was for a 40 storey building with a 4 storey podium and 326 residential suites. Of the 326 total units, 240 or (74%) would be one-bedroom units, 69 or (21%) would be two-bedroom units and 17 or (5%) would be three-bedroom units. Approximate gross floor area is 25,965 square metres with 1,400 square metres of retail use space and 1,630 square metres of office use space within the podium. Total parking spaces is 107 of which 88 are for residents and 19 are for visitors. Total bicycle parking spaces is 243 of which 216 are for residents, 20 are for visitors and 7 are for commercial. There would also be 676 square metres of indoor amenity space and 706 square metres of outdoor amenity space.
625 Yonge St Condos has a walk score of 99 out of 100 and a transit score of 99 out of 100 which means "daily errands do not require a car" and this development site is a few blocks away from the Wellesley Subway Station as well as the Bloor Subway Station. 625 Yonge Street is located close to the University of Toronto St. George Campus as well as the Royal Ontario Museum, Queen's Park, the Toronto Reference Library and is situated just south of the upscale Yorkville neighbourhood. A place where you can live, work and play.
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About Edenshaw Developments
We build communities that you can call home. Our specialty is residential mid-to-high rise condominium communities in the City of Toronto and Greater Toronto Area.
Our commitment to the very best design, materials, and construction craftsmanship ensures that Edenshaw meets the very highest standards every time. Our focus is on building homes that last, in sustainable communities where families can forge the memories that last a lifetime.
This dedication to excellence stems from our core philosophy that buying a home is about more than just investing in property: it’s about building a long-lasting connection to a community.
With a commitment to excellence, our talented and innovative team constantly strives to execute our vision of creating vibrant communities.
Edenshaw [eed-n-shaw, -shah] n.
Charles Edenshaw, a hereditary chief of the Shongalth Staastas, one of the many eagle clans of the Haida, is renowned for his exquisite artistic ability and sense of natural balance and symmetry.Long-time admirers of the intricate art of the Haida people of British Columbia, Edenshaw Developments honours the artistry of nineteenth-century Charles Edenshaw.
Of particular interest is the Haida’s symbolic bond with nature, which had been a hallmark of their stunning paintings and carvings for centuries.
Edenshaw Developments strives to reflect the artistry and dedication to quality that Charles Edenshaw displayed in each of his works.
By carefully choosing materials and employing cutting-edge design principles, Edenshaw’s homes are not only built in a more sustainable way, but complement the natural features of their communities.