Toronto’s answer to SoHo Village, but more livable.
White glove service is yours 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the Four Seasons. With all of life’s distracting little details handled, residents can find themselves more productive and blissful. The variety of world-class lifestyle options just a quiet elevator ride away are genuinely beyond parallel. Contact Andy Taylor and Jodi Allen to find luxury condominiums for sale at Four Seasons Private Residences Toronto.
With a warm, lively environment that calls to mind the Rive Gauche, Café Boulud presents a menu brimming with French bistro favorites and complemented by luscious contemporary plates. Unique and traditional cocktails and an extensive collection of vintages will gratify the most discerning of palates. The countenance of the iconic café has been completely redesigned by London’s Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to advance a charming retro ambiance.
d|bar is the casual counterpoint to Café Boulud. Along with hand-crafted cocktails, this bar and lounge serves a full menu of bistro fare, including flat-iron steak with frites and green peppercorn sauce. The house-made charcuterie might include pâtés or terrines, with a featured Monday wine pairing. d|bar’s focus on charcuterie extends to an array of sausage mains, including a Korean-style beef and pork sausage with kimchi fried rice.
When escape is on the menu, The Spa at Four Seasons Toronto knows the treatment you crave. Garnering the rare five-star rating by Forbes Travel Guide, the 30,000-square-foot spa has 16 treatment rooms, hair and nail bars, indoor pool and whirlpool. Relax and let their team of professionals design your personalized experience. You’ll not want to leave the spa’s nest, so grab a nibble on-site at Cloud 9 Oasis, which presents a refreshing menu of snacks, salads and sandwiches.
The collection of galleries and museums within a short jaunt from the Four Seasons Private Residences Toronto rightly boggles the mind. The grand dame of Canada’s cultural collections is undeniably The Royal Ontario Museum, which showcases unique selections of artifacts and artworks as well as extensive interactive educational opportunities. Opened in 1984 to house the private collection of George and Helen Gardiner, The Gardiner Museum ranks among Toronto’s most beautiful buildings. The third-floor terrace presents one of the best viewpoints in the entire city. Because of its specialized theme, the Gardiner doesn't draw the crowds of some of the city's larger museums—but that's part of the charm, along with its world-renowned collection of ceramics.
Toronto’s abundance of greenspace is no better represented than by The Village of Yorkville Park, which celebrates the history of Yorkville and reflects the diversity of the Canadian landscape, including a 700-ton Muskoka granite outcropping, a rain curtain/icycle fountain, and 11 distinct garden plots.
Public schools are operated by the Toronto District School Board. Highlights include: