A Few Units Left at Imperial Plaza -111 St. Clair Avenue West -Toronto$439,000
- Listing type: For Sale
- Bedrooms 2
- Property type: Condo
The Iconic Imperial Plaza at St. Clair and Avenue Road
A Magnificent Conversion of Imperial Oil Headquarters
Only Four Suites Left at Imperial Plaza St. Clair and Avenue Road Ranging in Price From the Mid $400K to Mid $600K
Introducing Imperial Plaza, an unquestionably unique condominium community. Originally built in the mid-1950s as the headquarters of one of Canada’s largest and most successful companies, no expense was spared in ensuring it was a modern-day corporate palace and a masterpiece of mid-century International Style modernism.
Only the best materials and the most advanced building technologies were employed in its construction—and in its lobby, one of Canada’s greatest artists was commissioned to create the largest and most ambitious mural ever envisioned in this country at the time.
Downstairs is where the majority of the building’s amenities are located and it is no exaggeration to suggest that this 20,000 square foot complex is nothing short of spectacular. Deemed the Imperial Club, it encompasses the whole footprint of the building.
For luxury even the ancient Romans would envy, there is the Pool complex for relaxing and hanging out. Among its features are a hot tub, swimming pool and his and her steam rooms. But it is in the detailing of the space that will really impress. The ceiling of the pool picks up dappled light reflected off the water below, giving one the illusion of a grand glass ceiling and expansive sky beyond.
- Over 20,000 sq. ft. of State-of-the-art amenities
- 2 Squash Courts
- Yoga-Pilates Studio
- Golf Simulator room
- 2 Screening Rooms
- Fitness Auditorium with Circuit Training and Cardio Equipment
- Residence Lobby with 24-hour Concierge
- Indoor Furnished Reception Lounge with Dining Area, Servery and Kitchenette
- Outdoor Furnished Patio with Gas BBQ’s
The Imperial Club also includes a 10,000 square foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art cardio and circuit training equipment and adjacent Aerobics Studio and Yoga/ Pilates Studio. Rounding out the fabulous amenities are: two Screening Rooms, a Media Lounge, Sound Studios for musicians, two Squash Courts with Viewing Gallery, a Golf Simulator and a Multi-Purpose Games Room.
With private and public schools—Upper Canada College for boys, The Bishop Strachan School for girls, and Forest Hill Collegiate Institute and it’s A-list churches and synagogues—Grace Church on the Hill, Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, Beth Tzedec Synagogue and Holy Blossom Temple—the neighbourhood has all the desired conveniences just a block or two from Imperial Plaza.
Yonge and St. Clair and the Deer Park neighbourhood is the commercial crossroads of mid-town Toronto with many of the city’s best restaurants and stores (Didier, Cava, Terroni, Shoesette, Bruno’s for fine foods, Roots) and other attractions.
Put all these diverse elements together and it adds up to one of Toronto’s truly great places to call home.