Developer Metropia has unveiled their latest project, ‘The Hill Residences at Yonge & St Clair.’, a 50-storey residential condominium located in the heart of Midtown Toronto.

Located along Yonge Street, the contemporary tower is anchored at street level by a two-storey turn-of-the-century heritage building, and will feature expansive southern views of the Rosedale Valley and Downtown skyline.

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We believe in delivering high-quality communities in areas where people truly want to live, where they can work and thrive in the heart of our amazing city. And without a doubt, Yonge and St. Clair – located in the middle of Toronto’s most sought-after luxury neighbourhoods – embodies everything that we look for when we consider the next Metropia project”, says Howard Sokolowski, President, Founder, and CEO of Metropia. “Matched with stunning interiors and a one-of-a-kind façade, The Hill is a testament to our commitment to building unmatched living experiences in this vibrant city.

The Hill Residences

Designed by Arcadis (formerly IBI Group), the towers architectural design features contrasting black and white exteriors, creating an illusion of two separate buildings. A standout design feature of the project is a dramatic 15-foot cantilever.

With almost 100 years of building in the neighbourhood, our team has seen this community flourish and grow while staying anchored in its rich history. With this in mind, we are confident that The Hill will undoubtedly bring new vitality to Yonge and St. Clair,” says Mansoor Kazerouni, Global Director of Architecture at Arcadis. “The dramatic cantilevers and the seamless integration of the heritage facade will make The Hill a distinctive and iconic addition to Toronto’s skyline, reflecting the character and spirit of the neighbourhood that we have all come to know and love.

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The Hill is one of several new towers coming to the rapidly growing Yonge and St Clair neighbourhood and is located in close proximity the St Clair subway station, and nearby transit hubs at Yonge-Eglinton and Yonge-Bloor. In total, the project will contain 542 residential units.

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