This website uses cookies to improve site functionality and to provide you with a better browsing experience. You can learn more about our use of cookies on the website by reading our Cookie Notice. By using this website or clicking OK, you consent to the use of cookies.

385 Yonge Street

385 Yonge Street

Designed to be the tallest building in Canada, the mixed-use 385 Yonge Street will rise 98 stories in Toronto’s bustling downtown district.

The sleek, sculptural form is free of balconies and clad in high-quality glass, making it a timeless and elegant addition to Toronto’s skyline. On the 42nd floor, a small terrace gives the south side of the building a distinctive notch, highlighting the amenities located on the level. The existing three-story heritage site has been preserved, with a rectilinear, rational podium rising above it, mimicking the original structure’s form in a new material.

The new addition to Toronto’s vibrant downtown will feature a mix of office, retail, and residential space, including 957 condominium suites. Additionally, two levels of below-grade retail will be available with a connection to Toronto’s below-grade pedestrian corridor system, PATH.


Toronto, Canada


Cresford Development Corporation


Usage Mixte, Bureaux, Residentiel, Commerce


99,772 m2 / 1,073,900 ft2


957 Residences

Project Website
385 Yonge Street Image2V2
385 Yonge Street Image3
385 Yonge Street Image4

View More

Project Type:Residentiel
Project Location:Amerique