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Upcoming Skylofts to Serve Sweeping Views of Leaside’s Transformation

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Whoever said it’s lonely at the top hasn’t yet heard of the exciting new release of suites coming soon to the 25th and 26th floors of The Frederick.

Bringing elegance and exquisite design to new heights, The Frederick’s exclusive Skylofts collection boasts two-storey homes in the sky suitable for envy-inducing evenings in with friends and family. Exclusive to these two-bedrooms and two-plus-den units are luxurious features such as double-height living rooms and private balconies overlooking the city skyline.

What’s more, these lavish lofts are unique within the building — a true lifestyle statement, and an impressive backdrop for entertaining. After all, the spectacular views won’t just come from the cityscape, but from within the walls of your own decadent, two-storey home.

A New Village, A Transformative Era

Upper East Village is a master-planned community already underway, joining an exciting new era for Leaside. This fascinating neighbourhood is riding an enormous upswing, with more than 20 new developments arriving within five years. 

With the Eglinton LRT is expected to open this year, the new Laird Station connects this blossoming village to the rest of the city. As part of a billion-dollar, game-changing transit investment, the future Laird Station will serve as the backbone of this community for generations to come and will create further return for investors in the area.

Leaside’s exceptional range of restaurants, cafes and shops promises an urban lifestyle of style and substance – every convenience imaginable, where “living local” means living well. 

Young families will love their proximity to some of Toronto’s best public and private schools, while investors will appreciate soaring home values in this sought-after neighbourhood. Green space abounds, with Sunnybrook Park’s sprawling trails, cycling paths and dog runs offering a refreshing escape.

An upscale niche in this alluring area, Upper East Village brings spacious layouts adorned with exquisite features, and a new half-acre park thoughtfully designed by Janet Rosenberg & Studio. It’s an oasis within an oasis in Toronto’s flourishing east end.

The Village Tower

The Frederick lands last. The final build in Upper East Village adds thirty storeys of condominiums – designed by IBI Architects, with interiors by Maed Collective, all backed by Camrost’s 45+ years of building excellence. The developer’s portfolio and experience span more than 80 buildings and 20,000 residences. 

The amenity offerings – your home outside your home — reaches a combined 10,000 sq. ft of indoor and outdoor space, including a games lounge, pet spa, fitness and yoga rooms, social and private dining spaces, and work-from-home areas with private pods. An outdoor fire pit, pizza oven, barbecue, and dining spaces inspire cozy and social gatherings in the fresh air. The unique focus on wellness introduces meditation and massage rooms, plus a Nordic-influenced hydrotherapy space, all poised to leave you centered and rejuvenated. 

Sky Lofts

The Frederick’s suites are embellished with every modern convenience and elegant luxury: Latch allows innovative smart access throughout the building via your phone; Trevisana Kitchens and Fulgor Milano bring Italian design, craftsmanship and performance to your culinary space; and Kohler has spent almost a century and a half designing and manufacturing timelessly modern finishes.  

Sky Lofts

Attention to detail and preeminence of design have guided The Frederick, Camrost Felcorp has said. And the pinnacle of this ambition? The Skylofts suites — an elegant escape high above the excitement of Leaside, an iconic neighbourhood still on the rise.


This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

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