The 69 Yonge St building is a beautiful old office building that has been converted to condos. It was originally constructed as the Canadian Pacific Building in 1911. This is one of the few historic buildings that still stand on the corner of King Street and Yonge Street.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company was the largest private railway in Canada at the time. They built this skyscraper to house their ticket offices and corporate office.
In addition, the 69 Yonge St building was also home to a Shoppers Drug Mart. Today, this building is being transformed into a 67-unit condominium development.
Primaris REIT is one of the largest residential builders in Canada. The 69 Yonge St building will have 67 luxurious suites that are suited for anyone who wants to live in the heart of downtown Toronto.
The building’s location allows for easy access to many popular restaurants and stores, as well as five major hospitals. Additionally, the Yonge-Dundas Square is within walking distance. The Discovery District and Medical District are also close by, so there’s plenty to do in the neighbourhood. Moreover, a subway is only a few blocks away, making it convenient to travel anywhere in the city.
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