155 Cumberland Street in the heart of Yorkville is one of Toronto’s most discrete and luxurious condo buildings. Offer just 15 units ranging in size from 1,800 to over 10,000 square feet they are some of the most sought after trophy properties in the city.
155 Cumberland Street originally began as a unique two-storey penthouse crowning an eleven-storey office building fronting on to Bloor Street West. In 2010 an additional seven floors were built on to the building and the top two floors of office space were converted into residential spaces adding a total of 14 suites across the 11 levels. Developed by Kingsett Captial and interior design by Joe Brennan, all the suites in the building offer generously-sized floor plans, 11-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and ample outdoor terraces & balconies.
The original 155 Cumberland Street penthouse created by famous architect Philip Johnson was preserved in the addition and spans over 10,000 square feet across two levels. Previously listed for sale as high as $28,750,000 making it one of the largest and most expensive condos in Canada.
Despite being located in the heart of Yorkville the discreet entrance off of Cumberland Street is nearly unnoticeable to the average person walking by. 155 Cumberland Street provides residents with full-service 24-hour security and security, visitor parking and dedicated residential underground parking. The area is home to some of the best shopping in Toronto, excellent fine-dining restaurants, world-class museums and galleries as well as many of Toronto’s five-star hotels.