First Glimpse at Scale Model for The Rosedale on Bloor

February 19, 2016

Sales are now in motion for The Rosedale on Bloor, a 52-storey, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects-designed condominium and hotel development from developer Gupta Group. The project will bring a major boost of density to the Bloor and Sherbourne area, straddling the souther border of the prestigious Rosedale neighbourhood.

While marketing renderings and elevation diagrams have given plenty of insight into the design of the development, new images of the project’s scale model are giving us our first three-dimensional glimpse of The Rosedale on Bloor. The development will feature a Canopy by Hilton Hotel in the base of the tower, with 476 residential suites starting on the 11th floor and continuing above.

A closer look reveals makes podium levels easier to read. The Canopy by Hilton Hotel will include restaurant, amenity, and function rooms overlooking Bloor Street, while the hotel’s suites will start on the fifth floor on the north side, while running from the second to the tenth level on the quieter Selby Street side on the south. An 11th floor outdoor terrace above the podium can also be seen.

Condo suites on floors 11 through 25 were the initial sales release, and have been followed by the release of units on floors 26 through 48 of the tower, being marketed now as the SkyWatch Condos. SkyWatch suites are priced from the mid $200,000s, ranging in size from 307 through 871 square feet, and will offer elevated views of the surrounding cityscape.


The sales centre is open in a ballroom of the Gupta-owned Courtyard Marriott Hotel at 7095 Woodbine Avenue in Markham. Along with the centrepiece scale model, the presentation centre displays suite floor plans and a giant R, created out of silk roses, linking the project’s brand and neighbourhood back to the celebrated flower.


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