Shangri-La Toronto has quickly become one of the most sought after luxury condo buildings in the city for those seeking an uncompromising lifestyle in the heart of downtown. This 66-storey building designed by James Cheng and developed by Westbank and Peterson Group is one of the ten tallest buildings in the city and a landmark on University Avenue. Ideally situated at the intersection of the both the Entertainment District and the city’s business and financial centre. Residents of Shangri-La Toronto will appreciation the proximity to theatres, art galleries, boutique shops, cafes and fine dining in the neighbourhood. The area has also become the epicentre of the world renowned Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
The first seventeen floors of the building consist of the five-star Shangri-La Hotel Toronto with the Shangri-La Toronto condos located on floors 18 to 47 topped off with the luxurious Private Estate suites between floors 50 to 65. A private residential lobby with 24-hour concierge and security is situated just off Adelaide Street and provides residents direct elevator access to every floor via six high-speed residential elevators. The luxury condos at Shangri-La Toronto range from 819 square foot one-bedroom units up to a palatial 4,400 square foot three-bedroom ‘Signature Suite.’ All the suites are finished to the highest of standards with custom designed Boffi kitchens, Miele & Sub Zero appliances, and Carrera Marble walled washrooms. The building is pet-friendly, however, there is a two pets per unit restriction and the weight per pet is not to exceed 15kg/33lbs
Shangri-La Toronto residents have access some of the best amenities in the city which include a 24-hour fitness center on the fifth floor complete with a yoga studio, 20-meter lap pool, hot tub, infrared sauna and both men’s and women’s change rooms. Also located on the fifth floor is BLO Hair Dry Bar and the AAA Five Diamond award-winning Miraj Hammam Spa by Caudalie Paris.
LIVING IN DOWNTOWN WEST
Downtown West is Toronto’s most lively neighbourhood. This neighbourhood’s vitality is due to the fact that Toronto’s Entertainment, Fashion, and Financial districts are all located here. Until recently there were limited residential options in Downtown West. However, in the past few years the rezoning of King-Spadina commercial buildings into residential lofts, the downtown condominium and townhome building boom, and the massive redevelopment currently underway at the former railway lands have now made it possible for many more people to live, work and play in this urban neighbourhood.
This development is located in park heaven, with 10 parks and a long list of recreation facilities within a 15 min walk.
Facilities within a 15 min walk