Past Solds In This Building
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What do you get when you combine Graywood Developments, the developer of the The Ritz Carlton and and Five, with Beaverhall, the developer of the Europa in Little Italy, a sophisticated 33 storey tower in the heart of the Entertainment District. At night, The Mercer, named after the street it’s located on, is just steps to the city’s hottest, downtown amenities, The Tiff Lightbox, Roy Thomspson Hall, Rogers Centre, Four Seasons Opera Centre.
During the day, with the path located just across the street from the building, residents can easily walk to the Financial District and leave their coats at home.
The exterior of the Mercer is modern but with brick accents, which pays homage to the turn of the century warehouses in the Entertainment District. One of the standout features in the building is the 10,000 sq ft terrace on sixth floor podium. There’s a series of urban rooms set up as private lounges, a games area, a dining area where residents can entertain their guests outside and even a large screen wall for watching movies outdoors. Indoors, the Mercer amenities have the usual fitness centre, party room, sauna, spa, hot tub with the feel of a high-end gym.
Most suites have a balcony and or terrace. Suite heights range in size from 9’ to 10’ ceilings. The kitchens are Italian inspired and elegantly modern, with extra uppers and wood veneer panels to hide the appliances. Suites range in size from 363 sq ft studios to 1,133 sq ft 3 bdrms.