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Yonge & Rosehill

A new landmark is coming to Yonge & Rosehill

Our Vision

A soaring 50-storey marvel in Toronto’s fastest-rising condo corridor

Today’s Yonge & St. Clair is overflowing with opportunity. Currently experiencing an electric transformation, the neighbourhood offers all the urban conveniences of the downtown core balanced with vast natural green spaces like David A. Balfour Park.

Ideally located at the summit of Yonge just south of St. Clair and rising 50 storeys high, Yonge & Rosehill will punctuate the skyline and add a bold exclamation point on the essence of modern condominium living. More than a premier and prestigious residence, the development is poised to lead the way as Yonge & St. Clair becomes perhaps Toronto’s most prized condominium neighbourhood.


Where convenience meets luxury – your new home at Yonge and St. Clair

Project Specs

  • Neighbourhood icon Neighbourhood Yonge & St. Clair
  • Building type icon Building type Mixed-use residential
  • Walk score icon Walk score 93
  • Transit score icon Transit score 84
  • Bike score icon Bike score 81
  • Levels icon Levels 50
  • Suites icon Suites 657
  • Suites icon Suites 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
  • Status icon Status Planning
Yonge & Rosehill render



Rising 50 storeys into the sky, Yonge & Rosehill is destined to stand out and rise above. The building’s 5-storey podium is clad in distinctive warm brick and brown-tinted glazing, providing a welcoming presence at street level. In contrast, the upper levels sheen in silver with grand horizontal lines that accentuate this landmark address’ breathtaking heights.



Enjoy brightly lit open-concept spaces that enable residents to simply go with the flow. Yonge & Rosehill’s symmetrical-inspired architecture bleeds through into the interior design with clean, modern lines that help make all life’s comforts easier to discover and savour.

Yonge & Rosehill render

Area Amenities

Area amenities

Yonge & St. Clair represents Toronto’s ultimate combination of luscious green scenery and urban amenity. The Yellow Creek ravine system and David A. Balfour Park on the east side of Yonge offer ample opportunities to interact with nature. The diversity of dining options is endless, and high-end retailers retailers line Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue in all directions.

TTC connectivity to all corners of Toronto is a breeze via the Yonge Subway line and St. Clair Streetcar right of way. The neighbourhood also rubs shoulders with some of the most aspired residential locales in the city such as Rosedale, Summerhill, Deer Park and Forest Hill.


  • Originate
  • Westdale Properties
  • Cameron Stephens Equity Capital