CRU 11 yorkville is the new pinnacle residence in the yorkville neighbourhood. Surrounded by a new community park and prestige retail, CRU 11 yorkville will offer an elevated condominium lifestyle that is without rival. Exquisite suite designs and building amenities combine to create an experience of pure sophistication in the heart of toronto's most exclusive neighbourhood. Cru Condos is a new condo development by Metropia , RioCan Living and Capital Developments.
- Located in the Annex neighbourhood in Toronto
- Walking distance to the ROM
- Close to the University of Toronto
- Close to shops, restaurants and schools
- Nearby parks include Asquith Green, Harold Town Park and Jesse Ketchum Park.
Meet Cru at 11 Yorkville. Home to the notable, haven for finer tastes. The premium destination for the city’s elite, those with influence and panache.
|Builders:||Metropia & RioCan Living & Capital Developments|
|Address:||11 Yorkville Ave Toronto, ON M4W 1L2|
|Number Of Buildings:||1|
|Main Intersection:||Yonge St & Yorkville Ave|
|Architect:||Sweeny & Co.|
|Condo Type:||High Rise|
|Number Of Units:||589|
|Nearby Parks:||Town Hall Square, Jesse Ketchum Park, Harold Town Park|
Metropia is committed to enhancing the country’s urban landscape while at the same time offering Canadians an ever-growing range of housing alternatives and modern lifestyles.In prime locations in the Greater Toronto Area and Calgary, Metropia is creating inviting new communities attuned to the way people want to live today, and tomorrow.
Since 1993 RioCan has helped shape the places Canadians want to work and shop. Starting now, RioCan Living will help shape the places they want to live.
We are CD. Capital Developments is an industry leading Canadian real estate development company, with international roots. We believe in finding partners that get it. Working with those that care as much as we do. And developing amazing projects with meaningful connections. With years of experience, we’ve learned that architecture, location, interior design, glass, metal and concrete all matter. But we’ve also learned that personal connections, trust and relationships are the things we really build.