77 Charles St W
77 Charles St W in Yonge and Bloor, Downtown, Toronto
A premiere Toronto residence that overlooks the chic Yorkville neighbourhood, 77 Charles West stands at 16-storeys and offers just 56 executive styled Yonge and Bloor condos for sale. The suites range in size from one to two-bedrooms with a few plus den options, ideal for homeowners that appreciate high-end design and finishes. From the front foyer to the rooftop terrace there is a vibe of sleek elegance, with units enjoying bright open concept layouts, ten-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, large windows with stunning views, high-modern kitchens and lavish bathrooms, plus large private balconies. The amenities at 77 Charles West are designed to ease and enrich homeowners’ mental and physical well-being, so you can enjoy the finer things. Beyond the walls of the building, residents will discover the joys of the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, an eclectic downtown experience that brings together fun nightlife adventures, boutique shopping, arts and culture venues, and Toronto business bustle.
Most Notable Features
World-class architecture: When you walk along Charles Street, the sleek terraced glass façade of 77 Charles West grabs your eye immediately. And it’s not coincidence, but rather the precise design work of Yann Weymouth, the same Chief of Design who created the Grand Louvre Museum in Paris. How’s that for a conversation starter?
Lifestyle assistant: 77 Charles West delivers an amenities philosophy of resident care that touches all aspects of life, from health and fitness to social entertainment. With that in mind, the building offers residents the help of a lifestyle assistant when it comes to catering and shopping.
Back to school: Just south of Toronto’s Yorkville area, 77 Charles is also next door to the University of Toronto, one of Canada’s largest institutes dedicated to the enrichment of arts and science. With charming walking paths, Victorian architecture, and lots of students, residents at 77 Charles West will be immersed in a neighbourhood atmosphere of a university campus.