Located near Toronto's scenic waterfront, our 700-unit condominium complex comprises two towers of 37 and 26-storeys. Suites range from 475 square foot bachelor apartments to 2,148-square foot two-bedroom penthouse suites. Two sister buildings share a 30,000 square foot recreation facility on three levels. Amenities include a two-level podium with retail and health facilities, indoor/outdoor swimming pools, squash courts, three levels of underground parking and is topped by the beautiful Skylounge party room.
The original World Trade Centre proposal called for a $400 million project on the Toronto Harbour Commission parcel situated between Yonge and Bay Streets and south of the Gardnier Expressway to the lakeshore. There were to be three 26-storey buildings plus 2 residential towers of 32 and 25-storeys each with a total of 700 luxury condominiums, interconnected by walkways. The WTC was also proposed to connect through the use of covered walkways under the expressway and railway viaduct, with the city's downtown core. Construction was to begin in mid-1987.
Zeidler Partnership Architects, Camrost Development Corp. and York-Hannover Developments Ltd. jointly constructed the present 700,000 square foot, 2-building, 700 unit World Trade Centre complex. The original 3 buildings to the north of Harbour St. were never built and the land subsequently sold to the developer of the Pinnacle Centre at 33 Bay St.
The Residences of the World Trade Centre are registered Toronto condominium corporations MTCC 979 (10 Yonge St, July 26, 1991) and MTCC 989 (10 Queen's Quay).