Condo | Toronto - Downtown



At Cielo Residences, luxury defies expectation. Located in the Annex, Toronto’s celebrated Arts & Cultural hub, this statement of refined architectural modernism, poised above a 19th century neo-gothic landmark, redefines Toronto’s skyline.

Live just steps to designer boutiques on Mink Mile, across from the world-class University of Toronto, and next to the city’s finest restaurants. With the Bloor subway at your doorstep, you’re mere minutes from almost everywhere in the GTA. Discover breathtaking views above tree-lined Victorian streets.

Project Details

Project Launch: October 4, 2021
Pricing: From $999,000
Deposit: 10% Within 1st Year; 15% Total
Estimated Completion: 2026
Property Type: Condo
Location: 300 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Region: Toronto - Downtown
Developer(s): Collecdev

Additional Information

Why should you invest in Cielo Condo?


Perhaps because of its close proximity to the university, the Annex quickly became the home of many of the city’s most important arts and cultural institutions and, indeed, the biggest of them, The Royal Ontario Museum, was initially a department at UofT. Others quickly followed, including the Gardiner Museum, the Bata Shoe Museum (steps from Cielo), the University Art Museum, Galerie De Bellefeuille, and The Royal Conservatory of Music along with its stunning new performance space, Koerner Hall.

Sustainable Features

All Collecdev buildings are designed and built to conserve more energy and resources than standard code-compliant buildings. Committed to achieving Toronto Green Standards (TGS) certification. Sustainable green roof areas to reduce the heat island effect and help manage stormwater retention on site. High-performance thermal envelope to minimize unwanted solar gain and heat loss.

Transit Options

Perfect location with 98 transit score and 95 walk score, merely steps from Yonge and Bloor Station. Speaking of delicious places to indulge, Bloor Street West offers an impressive array, including upscale markets like McEwan, Pusateri’s, Whole Foods, and Eataly, the popular food emporium dedicated to pasta, prosciutto, pesto and all things Italiano. The 50,000 square foot space opened last year to such enthusiastic acclaim that opening week queues stretched for blocks, with visitors eager to enter the new spot in Toronto’sepicurean centre. The western half of Bloor Street West offers a completely different vibe – relaxed, bohemian, cool, and decidedly unique. The charming streetscape is defined by classic one-of-a-kind retailers like the country Style Hungarian Restaurant, one of the original Hungarian schnitzel establishments that once defined the strip.


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