8 Cumberland condos will be located in the hem of the Bloor-Vorkvllle community, one oi the most desirable and vibrant neighborhoods in Toronto; bringing the best of urban living and upscale lifestyle, immersed in some of Toronto’s finest art, culture, cuisine, and entertainment. Following the huge success of Yorkville Plaza, this phase 2 tower will incorporate and surpass the luxurious finishes and features from its predecessor, The Cumberland Condos, exhibiting a crisp and modern design, will feature a perfect glass sculpture located at Cumberland and Yonge Streets.
8 Cumberland Condos will be a new 45 mixed-use building by Great Gulf and Phantom Developments located at the northwest corner of Cumberland Street and Yonge street in Toronto. Designed by Page + Steele/IBI Group Architects, the Cumberland residences will retain the existing 1850 heritage building facedes on Yonge street and is comprised of over400 one bedroom,18 two-bedroom units, and 95 parking spaces. The 19,000 square feet indoor and outdoor amenity area will on the 4th and 5th floors while the residential lobby/lounge area will be located on Cumberland Street. The 3-storey podium will feature a 15,000 square feet of retail space.
;The most desired location in Toronto with easy access to local amenities!
The Cumberland Condos, being in such a centralized location, will be just steps away from Yonge & Bloor and the premiere luxury destination known as the Mink Mile— upscale shopping along Bloor street that includes such designer shops and brands as holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and much! The University of Toronto, Queen’s Park, and The Royal Ontario Museum are just a walking distance away. Nearby parks include Harold Town Park, Asquith Green and Jesse Ketchum Park
Did we mention that you will be surrounded by 5-star hotels and a bustling nightlife?
With a walk-score 0f, 100/100 and a transit score 0f 91/100, 8 Cumberland condos will be a world-class location and walkers and Rider’s Paradise with easy access to both Bay and Bloor-Yonge subway stations.