Massey Tower is a whopping 60 storey building shoehorned between two historical buildings on Yonge Street between Dundas and Queen. The Developer MOD Developments has preserved the historic bank buildings. The floorplate is pretty small but the developer had to capitalize on the big expense to acquire the land.
The sleek glass tower is nice juxtaposition against the renovated historic tower, a mix of old and new, traditional and modern that we see carried out throughout the finishes in the amenities and suite interiors. Massey Tower is named after Massey Hall, the iconic concert hall located immediately north of Massey Tower.
There’s no shortage of entertainment in the immediate surrounding neighbourhood. Massey Tower is located just steps from Dundas Square, Toronto’s much smaller version of Time’s Square. Dundas Square features live acts, music or street performers, there’s also a big cinema with the latest flicks. There’s loads of people and sight-seeing buses. This location is super central, it sits between 2 subways and is within an arms reach of the Eaton Centre and Financial District. Ryerson University is just steps away.
There are 698 suites in the building that range in size from 378 square feet to 882 square feet. The finishes were all designed by Cecconi Simone, modern with clean lines. The cabinetry are contemporary and flat paneled with the appliances integrated in the kitchen and hidden behind the cabinetry. The kitchen has a well-designed kitchen island to increase kitchen counter space and is ideal for entertaining. The standout feature is in the bathroom, a unique vanity with an integrated towel bar is a fresh design from Cecconi Simone I haven’t seen it in any other condo.
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