Anyone passing by the Yonge-Bloor area of Toronto during the past few months has seen a tremendous building project taking place, at FIVE Condos at 5 St. Joseph. Construction has progressed so far that the podium on the preserved historical portion of the condominium has been topped off. Graywood Developments Ltd. and Mod Developments Inc. have done a wonderful job of one of the most complex condominiums in the city. In fact, FIVE Condos includes the largest retention of a building façade ever in Toronto.

FIVE Condos will be a 48-storey tower and four-storey podium that encompass several former addresses on St. Joseph and St. Nicholas Streets. The massive support trusses, structural steel and soil anchors that braced the historical façade of the original 1880s warehouse buildings have been real head-turners. Residents will have the enormous convenience of retail venues on the ground floor, including an RBC.

5 St. Joseph

5 St. Joseph

This brilliant marriage of the old and new is the result of the developers working with Hariri Pontarini Architects for the exterior of the new building, and ERA Architects for the restoration. Interiors by Cecconi Simone include the fabulous 10,000 sq. ft. amenity space called FIVE on FIVE – complete with its own 7-days-a-week recreational director! The outdoor roof garden is sure to be a popular spot for barbecuing and entertaining. Buyers at FIVE Condos will receive luxurious suite features and finishes such as Cecconi Simone-designed kitchen and bathroom cabinetry.

FIVE Condos is rising to be an icon in the Yonge-Bloor rejuvenation. Act quickly, and you will still find fantastic suites available in this incredible residence. Find out more about this landmark project at www.fivecondos.com, or call 416-366-3183 x 262.