ONE BLOOR WEST CONDO IN TORONTO
When you’re in the heart of midtown Toronto, steps away from flagship stores for high-end global brands, popular restaurants and cultural venues, the next best thing to being part of its street energy is being able to rise above it with the press of a button. You can leave it all behind and live in the serenity of the clouds in your own custom-designed sanctuary. Mizrahi Developments is a boutique firm, renowned for its passion for craftsmanship and details, those you can see and those you can’t, which create a soundproof retreat from the world, one that offers a sense of well-being and beauty. The views from here, stretching out to Lake Ontario, are unprecedented. THE ONE will be designed by Foster + Partners, one of the most innovative architectural firms in the world today, making it a memorable part of Toronto, a city that knows how to live.
One Bloor West condo - The One - is the tallest residential building, located in the busiest neighbourhood- the Bay Street Corridor. Toronto's most popular restaurants, high-level retail and fashion centres are just steps away.
The One Condos is a condo development by Mizrahi Developments at Yonge and Bloor, Toronto.
|Project Name:||The One|
|Project Status:||Under Construction|
|Address:||1 Bloor St West Toronto, ON M6H 1M9|
|Number Of Buildings:||1|
|Main Intersection:||Yonge St & Bloor St West|
|Neighborhood:||Bay Street Corridor|
|Architect:||Foster + Partners and CORE Architects|
|Development Type:||High Rise Condo|
|Number Of Units:||416|
|Public Transport:||Steps away from Yonge - Bloor and Bloor - Danforth Subway Stations|
A partnership is about values, what you want to achieve and why. Simply put, Mizrahi Developments came about with a vision of several goals to change expectations in the industry. <br/> Firstly, it was a desire to enhance the changing streetscapes of Canada with carefully articulated, mid-to-high-rise buildings that give those who work and live in them as much pleasure as those who pass by their exteriors. <br/>But just as important as what we build is the notion of how we build. <br/>