About the Building
Welcome to 11 Yorkville
Perfect Walk/Transit Score: 11 YV Condos has an ideal Walk Score of 100/100 implying that you can finish your everyday errands without the utilization of a vehicle and a Transit Score of 95/100 implying that you will approach incredible transportation choices — 2 Minute Walk to the Bloor-Yonge Subway Station giving you access to both Subway Lines 1 and 2 advantageously talking all of you over the city and you will likewise be adjacent to different TTC Bus Routes.
Proximity to Schools: Ideally situated close to the University of Toronto (4 Minutes), Ryerson University (5 Minutes), OCAD University (6 Minutes) and George Brown College (5 Minutes) — when consolidated are home to more than 150,000 students and faculty.
Highway Access: 5 Minutes to the Don Valley Parkway (DVP) interfacing you to the Gardiner Expressway — going through the city will be a breeze.
Location: Triple-A Location — Yorkville neighbourhood in Downtown Toronto best known for world-class feel and over the top luxury. Excellent shops, top boutiques, world-renowned brands, bistros, lodgings, fine accumulation of culture and social scene.
Luxurious Living: 11YV is an icon building in the neighbourhood. Being in close proximity to the Four Seasons and in one of the most expensive areas in the City of Toronto, 11YV is for the elite who want luxury condo living in the City.
Located in the Annex neighbourhood in Toronto
2 minute walk to Bloor-Yonge Subway Station
5 minute walk to Bay Subway Station
Walking distance to the ROM
Close to the University of Toronto – St. George Campus
Close to shops, restaurants and schools
Has a transit score of 96/100: world class public transportation
Nearby parks include Asquith Green, Harold Town Park and Jesse Ketchum Park
1 Yorkville Condos are situated in a dazzling neighborhood of Downtown Toronto where there will be no shortage of anything. To a street that is recognized globally which has all the high-end brands to multiple five-star restaurants, the place is just about luxury living.
There are art galleries and salons and a market that is lively throughout the day. The neighborhood has no limits on luxury.
A few of the most popular places in the city like the University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum and many more are all in close proximity. If this wasn’t enough, the intersection of Yonge and Bloor street is probably the busiest in the city.