It’s Time for The Madison
From The Madison, a hot condominium development at Yonge and Eglinton from the award-winning developer, Madison Homes, spectacular panoramic vistas are guaranteed. That’s what high-rise living is all about. Here you can find your perfect one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den, two-bedrooms and two-bedroom-plus-den from 510 to 1,046 sq. ft. Many have 10-ft. ceilings that maximize the illusion of space. You will be in the new heart of Toronto, mid town’s Mt. Pleasant West, with upscale suites and amenities designed by Munge Leung - the stellar interior design firm responsible for The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton and La Société restaurant in Toronto, as well as other über stylish projects in Canada and the US.
And what a dramatic façade. The layering of stacked tiers on an eight-storey podium reaches a graceful curving cornice at the top of the structure. It is pure modernity with a visual twist: a real transparent glass stunner. Kudos go to Kirkor Architects. The building opened in 2016 with 646 exquisite view suites that feature floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing natural light into the units while providing stunning views of the city and beyond. Kitchens include high performance plank laminate flooring, sleek designer cabinetry complemented by upgraded hardware and double square-edged granite counters, designer-series glass subway tiles, and a sleek stainless steel single-lever pullout faucet. The bathrooms continue the sleekly modern styling, with Caesarstone countertops and rectangular, undermount sinks, single-lever faucet, and a soaker tub or frameless glass shower enclosure.
The Madison offers unparalleled amenities that are truly impressive in both scope and design, and answer every resident’s needs. They swoon over luxurious touches like the salt-water lap pool, the yoga room, the Zen rooftop garden, and the outdoor terrace with private dining cabanas and lounging areas circling the dramatic fire pit. There's also a demo kitchen, movie theatre, indoor-outdoor bar, and other amenities too numerous to mention. It is paradise personified, Toronto style.
And then there is everything out the front door. Under your gaze are ground level retail shops in a designated 53,000 square foot space. The neighborhood is rich in things to do from shopping, dining, strolling in greenspaces, and grabbing mass transit to another destination. Time and again it is high-ranked in polls in terms of low crime rate, superior housing value, walking score, health facilities, entertainment, people and employment. Being geographically central makes it highly appealing for commuters and those who love to be surrounded by affluent neighborhoods like Forest Hill, Bridle Path, and Lawrence Park.