- 2360 Yonge St
33 Helendale Ave, Toronto
About this condo
Award-winning Toronto real-estate veterans Lifetime Developments teamed up with Knightstone Capital Management to build the beautiful Whitehaus Condos. Found just north of Eglinton Avenue West at 2864 Yonge Street, this 2019 development cultivates a creative community-oriented atmosphere. Whitehaus Condos is perfect for prospective homeowners seeking a place in this vibrant section of midtown Toronto.
The condos prove to be an exciting addition to the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood thanks to Diamond Schmitt Architects. Utilizing the size of site along Helendale Avenue, the 29-storey tower rises from an expansive public space set in a gorgeous, glass encased podium.
2360 Yonge’s podium contains two levels of spectacular retail space, exciting for shoppers who live in the neighbourhood. Nonetheless, the condos’ serene, private lobby welcomes residents like a sanctuary.
Above the podium, the tower at 2364 Yonge invites prospective buyers with its fresh vibrancy. While textured by long balconies and astutely arranged articulations and recessions, the tower’s most distinctive feature is its colour, or lack thereof — which gives the aptly named Whitehaus Condos their artistic aesthetic. The building itself acts like the canvas for, as Lifetime’s vice president Brian Brown says, “the colourful lives of its residents.”
2360 Yonge certainly offers the amenities to support Brown’s claim. Its fitness facilities, which include cardio and weights areas, prove even more inviting thanks to separate women’s and men’s change rooms. In addition to the social events room, the condo boasts a very unique array of amenities like a ping-pong area, pet spa, and — further refining the artistic atmosphere — an artists’ studio overlooking the sizable common terrace.
The building houses a diverse community of residents in its 366 units, which include spacious townhouses and one, two, and three bedroom suites, ranging in size from around 440 to 1500 square feet. No matter the specific size, all Toronto condos for sale in this building have generous open floor plans, floor-to-ceiling windows, and 9-foot ceilings ensure all units are bright and spacious homes.
Credit goes to the interior designers at the celebrated Cecconi Simone for the clever minimalist aesthetic of the suites. Continuing the theme of the Condos’ exterior, a black and white palette invites prospective buyers to be creative with these living spaces.
Regardless of whatever design direction inspires buyers, Cecconi Simone’s carefully curated features and finishes, like quartz countertops, sleek cabinetry with stainless steel appliances, and designer hardware, ensures the suites always have an elegant undertone.
Residents of 2364 Yonge find they’re living in an enviable location just north of Eglinton. The neighbourhood atmosphere is urban but still easy going, especially with all the conveniences the Yonge-Eglinton Centre has to offer. Containing a 24-hour Metro, an LCBO and Rexall, this spot makes running errands a breeze.
Even as relaxed as a midtown lifestyle can be, residents will find that the many restaurants, boutiques, bakeries, and bars makes a weekend spent in their neighbourhood as exciting as it would be in any other area of the city.
Still, what makes Yonge and Eglinton truly feel like a community is the massive Eglinton Park. Residents of the Whitehaus Condos enjoy the nearby park’s large fields, baseball diamonds, and tennis courts that convert into ice rinks — it was originally intended to be the “North Toronto Athletic Field.”
Eglinton Park has become so much more than an athletic field over years, especially with the wonderfully cared-for Heritage Community Garden. It’s an absolute must-see for newcomers to the neighbourhood settling into 2364 Yonge.
Lifetime Developments call the Whitehaus Condos “Midtown’s most connected condominium” and they may not be wrong: Residents have great access to public transit.
Whether the destination is downtown, uptown, the east or the west end, Eglinton station offers residents whatever they need. This central Toronto transit hub provides access to many streetcars and buses, as well as subway service on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.
Alternatively, those who drive definitely enjoy the condos’ location. Midtown’s wider streets often move quickly, and as a result accessing 401 can be less than ten minutes away when taking Avenue Road.
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