St. Regis Private Residence

Welcome to The Residences at the St. Regis Toronto

A lineage of splendor.

​​​​​​​A relative newcomer to our downtown luxury hotel condominium landscape, The Residences at St. Regis Toronto arrived bearing more than a century of leadership and innovation in the art of extravagance and gratification. The building’s reflective windows, capped by its epochal spire, stand sentinel over the Financial District in arguably the prime location in all of Toronto. The hotel and residence’s 65 storeys rise to a cloud-piercing 276.9 metres (908 feet), making it the tallest residential structure in the country. Its 118 private condominiums are accessed by exclusive elevators separate from hotel guests.

The St. Regis Toronto anchors any downtown experience, positioned within mere steps of the Fashion District, the Entertainment District, the Distillery District, the internationally-renowned St. Lawrence Market, as well as our lively Waterfront District. World-class shopping and entertainment, both fine and casual dining, and a flourishing economy lead to daily adventure.

What to Love

  • More than a century of experience delivering luxury
  • Downtown as a destination
  • Peerless dining and entertainment
  • The anchor point of the downtown Toronto lifestyle

People & Lifestyle

​​​​​​​The St. Regis harkens back to the Gilded Age with their rituals — some daily and some limited to special occasions — which include its 88-year-old Bloody Mary recipe, sabrage (the ceremony of opening champagne with a saber), afternoon high tea, and an exquisite midnight supper. Contact Andy Taylor and Jodi Allen to find luxury condominiums for sale at The Residences at the St. Regis Toronto.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

A refined beauty and elegance envelops patrons at Louix Louis, the undisputed star of St. Regis’ array of dining and cocktail options, including more than 500 dark spirits, one of the largest collections on the continent. Seizing inspiration from the iconic parlors of New York and Paris, the towering Grand Bar is a spellbinding venue to enjoy forgotten classics and rediscover the charm of conversation. Intimately curated plates carry familiar names, but each with a delectable twist. The roasted parsnip soup and butternut squash risotto are memorable favorites.

Complementing Louix Louis is the relaxed, amiable Astor Lounge, which welcomes arrivals on the lobby level with contemporary jazz that subtly nods to the legacy of the St. Regis. Savory desserts and afternoon tea with family and friends are standards here.

​​​​​​​Abutting dining options include: the Cactus Club Café with its inventive specialty cocktails (try the frosé) and flawless small plates; The Chase Fish & Oyster’s beach house ambience and seafood-laden menu; the bustling atmosphere and relentless hospitality of Richmond Station; or the premium selection of red meat and red wine at Hy’s Toronto, a standout even in a city rife with excellent steakhouses.

Things to Do

​​​​​​​There is one critical decision facing every resident here. Do you launch your day with an energizing spa session, or unwind there at day’s end? Either way, The Spa at St. Regis Toronto will dazzle your senses and leave every nerve tingling sublimely. When skin, body and mind need a jump, opt for the oxygenating pineapple-kiwi facial.

Ready to explore? St. Lawrence Market and its cornucopia of 120 vendors offering the freshest produce, local meats, and endless varieties of gourmet foods should be your first stop. The verdant oasis of Cloud Gardens Conservatory and its symbiosis with the urban landscape is an ideal place to recline under a tree with a favorite novel. The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts is scarcely two blocks away. Home of the Canadian Opera Company, a rotation of acclaimed productions will keep you champing for the next performance.

A quick jaunt away, the CF Toronto Eaton Centre is the city’s most famous retail destination, featuring more than 250 shops and attracting almost 50 million visitors.


​​​​​​​ Public Schools are operated by the Toronto District School Board. Highlights Include:

  • Market Lane Junior and Senior Public-School, Public, JK – 8
  • Jarvis Collegiate Institute, Public, 9 – 12
  • Central Technical School, Public, 9 – 12
  • Central Toronto Academy, Public, 9 – 12