Yonge and Birch Residences

Residential, Upcoming

A proposed rendering of Yonge and Birch with North Toronto Station in the foreground

Project Information

Located at the confluence of two of Toronto’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, Rosedale and Summerhill, this proposed boutique condominium is comprised of 67 suites across 14 storeys. The new building is conveniently located across from the Summerhill TTC Station and the iconic North Toronto Station and Summerhill LCBO, restored by Woodcliffe in 2003. Yonge and Birch Residences will exude timeless architectural design. The residences will include strategically positioned spacious balconies and terraces with curated landscaping, providing the individual homes with a visual identity from the street, while generous shop windows and awnings will create an animated and pedestrian-friendly retail experience at the street level.

The façade will gracefully extend the neighbourhood’s traditional character along Yonge Street while the tower will embrace striking contemporary architecture. The building’s design complements the architectural intricacies of the classic clock tower at the North Toronto Station and seamlessly integrates a touch of the past into a modern vision.

  • Status OPA/SPA Application in Progress

  • Address 2-8 Birch Avenue, 1196-1210 Yonge Street

  • Neighbourhood Rosedale-Summerhill, Toronto

  • Type Mixed-use (Residential Condominium, Retail)

  • Storeys and Suites 14 Storeys, 67 Suites

  • Architect KPMB Architects

  • Landscape Architect The Planning Partnership

  • A proposed streetscape rendering of Yonge and Birch with a retail component
  • A proposed streetscape rendering of Yonge and Birch with a retail component

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