Four Seasons Hotel and Residences

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Four Seasons Hotel and Residences
New Four Seasons Yorkville.jpg
The Four Seasons under construction in September 2011
General information
Type Residential, Hotel
Location 36 Yorkville Ave,
Toronto, Ontario
Coordinates 43°40′19″N 79°23′20″W / 43.67194°N 79.38889°W / 43.67194; -79.38889Coordinates: 43°40′19″N 79°23′20″W / 43.67194°N 79.38889°W / 43.67194; -79.38889
Completed 2012[1]
Roof Hotel - 204 metres (669.3 ft)[2]
Residential - 125 metres (410.1 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 55 (hotel) and 30 (residential condo)
Floor area 78,429.29 m2 (844,205.9 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance
Developer Menkes Developments Ltd.

Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, is a project featuring a 55 storey, 205 metre tall hotel condominium high-rise and a 30 storey 125 metre tall residential condominium tower presently at 36 Yorkville Ave. in the Yorkville District of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[3]

The hotel-condo complex was formerly Bay Ford Lincoln dealership and next door to Toronto Fire Services Station 312.

The taller tower is currently the 10th tallest building in Toronto, but by 2015 its position will have dropped to 15th as other taller buildings are completed. It was completed during summer 2012, but Four Seasons will moved out of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto at 21 Avenue Road.

The project was designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, and is being developed by Menkes Development Inc.

The penthouse, which claims the entire 55th-floor of the West Residence, sold for C$28 million, and is the most expensive condominium sold in Canada.[4]

The hotel is the fourth Four Seasons hotel in Toronto:

  • Four Season Motor Hotel - now home to residential condo
  • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto - currently flagship hotel opened in 1971 and closed during April 2012
  • Inn on the Park - former flagship hotel and now car dealership Lexus on the Park

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