20 Collier St | Twenty Collier | Toronto, ON
About this condo
If towering glass high-rises make your head spin, then perhaps a 12-storey mid-rise can make you feel at home — Twenty Collier sits on the corner of Collier and Church, and with a brick and concrete exterior built for its corner location, this property has a distinctly different look than most modern high-rises.
With its great location in the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, this property likely casts a wide net for potential buyers — professionals, and empty nesters will likely find it most appealing. There are cheaper Yonge and Bloor condos for sale, but if you want to be this close to Yorkville, then you’re going to need to pay a little extra.
Twenty Collier provides residents with a nice list of amenities: gym, party room, 2nd floor garden, meeting room, concierge, security guard, and parking garage. Pets are permitted, which is ideal because there are plenty of green spaces in the area.
Twenty Collier is home to 89 downtown Toronto condos — all of which feature open-concept layouts, hardwood floors, floor to ceiling windows, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and private balconies. This property was completed in 2003, so units won’t require a whole lot of updating unless you desire to add your own decorative touch.
Suites follow a variety of layouts for 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, and 2 bedroom + den condos; suite sizes range from roughly 600 square feet for a 1 bedroom to over 1700 square feet for a penthouse suite.
One unique aspect of this property is that is has 5 villas on site which are separate from the building itself — these units offer a more private experience, with private terraces and even a courtyard.
In addition to appealing suites, this area is packed with green spaces — there are small parks nearby such as Harold Town Park, Town Hall Square, and Asquith Green Park. If you make your east and you’ll find expansive parks like Lawren Harris Park and the Rosedale Ravine Lands. And because variety is the spice of life — you can travel north to Ramsden Park for walking trails and an outdoor skating rink.
The location 20 Collier Street is quite desirable, as this property sits on the border of three neighbourhoods — Yonge and Bloor, Yorkville, and Rosedale. While technically part of Yonge and Bloor, you could make the argument that this property is as much a Yorkville location as well — which suddenly makes its price point very reasonable.
With a condo at 20 Collier Street you have the best of what Yorkville can offer, on your doorstep — a short walk will have you on Hazelton sampling galleries like Loch Gallery and Gallery Gevik, continue on to Yorkville Avenue and you have LUMAS Toronto; you’ll also find several salons and spas for when you need to treat yourself. For more art and culture, you can stroll to the ROM and Gardiner Museum on Bloor.
While on the subject of Bloor Street — who could overlook the most exclusive shopping experience in Canada? On Bloor you’ll encounter all the biggest high-end brands like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci, Coach, Tiffany & Co — and that’s just scratching the surface of what’s available. There’s also less expensive stores like Winners & HomeSense, for those who like digging for unique finds among the racks.
Yorkville is renowned for its 5-star dining, and Twenty Collier is within walking distance of some of the area’s best restaurants; there’s Blu Ristorante for Italian in a romantic setting — or Buca Osteria & Bar. You have Sassafraz for French-inspired dishes, Kasa Moto for Japanese, STK Toronto and Morton's for seafood and steak, and if you want a truly colourful experience; head north to Joso's for seafood dishes that could be considered art.
20 Collier Street has a brag-worthy 100 Walk Score; Yorkville is a charming neighbourhood, and Yonge and Bloor is filled with convenient shops, making it a breeze for residents to run errands without a vehicle or public transit.
There are several grocery stores within walking distance — Rabba Fine Foods on Asquith Avenue, Pusateri's Fine Foods on Yorkville Avenue, and The Market by Longo's on Bloor. And for any prescription pickups, there’s a Shoppers Drug Mart minutes away in the Hudson’s Bay Centre.
For longer trips, you have many choices for transit; there are north and southbound buses on Yonge, east and westbound buses on Bloor, and Bloor-Yonge Station is only 5 minutes away for subway lines.
Drivers can reach the Don valley Parkway by going east on Bloor to the Danforth on-ramp — from there you can connect to the Gardiner Expressway.
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