NOW FOR SALE
A LIMITED-EDITION OF 17 HERITAGE BOUTIQUE CONDOMINIUMS AT YONGE+RICH. FROM MID $ 800’S
Introducing The Residences on Lombard at 22 Lombard. Discover a lifestyle inspired by the past and designed for the future. Just 17 residences offering total privacy and exclusivity, with all the perks of luxury condominium living. Step out your front door and wander across the connected walkway to enjoy the superlative amenities at Yonge+Rich. The boutique 5-storey condo is equipped with sleek finishes, state-of-the-art technology, and heritage design elements. Experience contemporary living in a historic setting, in the heart of the city.
Some items shown may be upgrades, please see a sales agent for more details. Details and specifications may change without notice. E. &. O. E.
MEETS NEW WORLD DESIGN
AT YONGE & RICHMOND
INSPIRED BY THE PAST, DESIGNED FOR THE FUTURE
Live in boutique 5-storey condo designed by acclaimed architectural firm, ERA Architects. The private residence retains the emblematic style of the city’s late Victorian age with the handsome Romanesque Revival façades. Interiors designed by world renowned Burdifilek, combining red brick, signature rounded arches, with artistry of the past & the advancements of the future. Experience SoHo-style living with heritage details. Discover the best of Toronto steps from the Yonge subway line, and enjoy downtown’s distinguished restaurants, galleries, parks, markets, and cultural venues including AGO, Eaton Center, St. James Park and much more. Book your private appointment to experience this exclusive release.
A foundation of excellence. The height of opportunity.
One of North America’s premier builders, Great Gulf has projects in Canada and 12 major U.S. cities. Our advantage is leading edge architecture, design, and state of the art construction in prime locations.
Since 1975, our portfolio of companies has built more than 40,000 homes. Our commercial division, First Gulf, is a leader in office, mixed-use retail and industrial development with assets of more than $2.5 billion since 1987.