650 Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto
About this condo
Developers sometimes set lofty expectations which are difficult to meet, and giving a condo a name like the Chateau Royal certainly counts as one of these instances. Fortunately, Panterra Federated more than met the high standards associated with that name, thanks to their expert execution of these luxury condos at 650 Mount Pleasant Road
Completed in 2008, Page + Steele Architects designed 650 Mount Pleasant according to an elegant Old World European aesthetic. Indeed, the 8-storey Chateau Royal Condos resemble a grand Parisian manor: distinguished wrought iron railings frame 650 Mount Pleasant’s many balconies and terraces. These outdoor spaces sit between symmetrical sets of windows leading all the way up to the roof, which feature a rustic copper coloured finish. An elongated rooftop terrace sits above, the perfect way to finish off this midtown Toronto edifice.
The Chateau Royal’s aforementioned roof, containing a common garden and equipped to barbecue, is just one of the fabulous amenities in the building. Additionally, residents of 950 Mount Pleasant have access to a fully-equipped gym, guest suites, a versatile meeting room, a party room, and even an intimate private theatre.
Finally, matching the chic style of the amenities is the helpful concierge service that’s situated in the building’s lavish lobby. This exclusive marble-clad lobby welcomes residents home with sophistication, plus retail businesses occupy the ground level of the building make for an added sense of convenience.
Matching the grandeur of the Chateau Royal Condos’ architecture, the 98 suites are unsurprisingly luxurious as well. Ranging in size from approximately 600 to 2,300 square feet, these suites consist of one- and two-bedroom layouts, with and without dens, as well as some three-bedroom units. Moreover, many of these living spaces even extend out onto spacious private balconies and terraces. Because of the range of layouts, Toronto condos for sale in this building are suited to a wide demographic.
Inside, 950 Mount Pleasant’s suites boast polished fixtures and finishes, which gives them a refined and modern aesthetic. To start, they’re equipped with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchens and pre-engineered hardwood flooring throughout. And what’s more, the open concept designs are illuminated by the abundant natural light that flows in through an abundance of large windows.
Sitting between Eglinton Avenue East and Davisville in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, those living at 650 Mount Pleasant are situated in the heart of a thriving, eclectic commercial district in midtown Toronto. While there’s a Starbucks a block away from the Chateau Royal Condos, most of the boutiques, cafés, and restaurants on Mount Pleasant tend to be local and independent enterprises. Amongst these businesses is the storied Regent Theatre, found near Belsize Drive. Preserved from the 1920s, this former live performance venue now curates screenings of hard-to-find films from around the world.
Alternatively, for sunny days when those living in 650 Mount Pleasant want to spend some time outdoors, June Rowlands Park is down the street right between Millwood Road and Davisville Avenue. Containing a baseball diamond, a volleyball court, six tennis courts, as well a picnic area, this is a splendid place to spend a summer’s day — besides the Chateau Royal Condos’ own rooftop terrace of course.
Since the eclectic scene in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood is so popular with people from around the city, it’s no surprise that the TTC serves those living in 950 Mount Pleasant quite well. The 74 Bus stops at the south-east corner of the building as it heads south, taking riders down to St. Clair Station where they can transfer onto trains riding along the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line.
Alternatively, the condos are well-situated for those who drive often. Traffic moves well through midtown’s wider roadways, so drivers can quickly get onto the highway when heading out on longer journeys. They can either head east on Eglinton or south on Bayview Avenue, as both lead directly toward onramps for the Don Valley Parkway.
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