Located in the Annex, Museum House on Bloor is a development by Yorkville Ltd. Completed in 2011, it’s a settled in one of Toronto’s most sought-after and prestigious neighborhoods.
Museum House is an 18-story showpiece condominium on 206 Bloor Street West that showcases an eye-catching linear design with a mixture of covered in limestone, metal, and glass, accented by lush greenery which is noticeable from the streetscape. The condo consists of only 26 suites, making this an exclusive property affording owners the luxury of owning expansive suites the entire floor. Some floors are built with 2 suites, but regardless, the entire building will know each other at some point. Every unit includes private terraces that provide stunning views of the city.
Prices at Museum House start from $1,869 per square feet, which is the premium you pay to own an entire floor in the core of the city. The condo includes mostly two-bedroom suites, but also offers some three-bedroom suites and a four-bedroom penthouse suite. Sizes for the suites start at 1605 square feet on the low end of the spectrum and go up to a ‘house in the sky’ 5241 square feet. The Museum House on Bloor is about as Exclusive as one can get in the city.
The walk score for Museum House on Bloor is 97/100, which means residents will have everything at their doorstep. Situated right across the Royal Ontario Museum and right in the middle of the Museum District, residents who have a flair for art and history will immensely enjoy the neighborhood.
Museum House residents also have walking access to major grocery stores, and many fine eateries located around the condominium, along with loads of entertainment options.
With convenient bicycle-paths on Wellesley Street and College Street and subway connections along Bloor Street, residents can travel anywhere in the city by transit quite easily. Drivers will appreciate close proximity to the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp.
The Museum House project was a statement made by Yorkville Ltd. in concert with the world-renowned Daniel Libeskind design and was their foray into the Ultra Luxury Downtown Condo Market.