Toronto area: Rodeo Drive Condominiums

In Beverley Hills, there is only one name synonymous with luxury, fashion, and an elegant lifestyle, and that’s Rodeo Drive. Famous for its ritzy shops, Toronto has its own outdoor shopping and lifestyle centre – the CF Shops at Don Mills. While both outdoor shopping and lifestyle centres speak to elegance and style, the Toronto site has traded the palm trees of L.A. for the Canadian maple, and spells “A-list” with an “eh.”

Determined to not just make the CF Shops at Don Mills a great place to work, shop and play, the centre’s owner, Cadillac Fairview, has partnered with one of Toronto’s leading condo developers, Lanterra Developments, to add to the community by introducing a new, contemporary and elegant condominium to the site – Rodeo Drive Condominiums.


According to Lanterra’s Chairman Mark Mandelbaum, “Rodeo Drive Condominiums will bring a distinctive and luxurious residential accent to this award-winning lifestyle facility. Offering iconic architecture, inspiring interior design, dynamic amenities, and smart suite layouts, Rodeo Drive Condominiums will fit seamlessly into the CF Shops at Don Mills neighbourhood, creating a one-of-a-kind place to live, work, shop and play.”

Designed by David Pontarini, founding partner of Hariri Pontarini, the first 32-storey tower will feature 425 suites. Suites at Rodeo Drive will be available in a variety of one- to two-bedroom plus den layouts, ranging in size from 479 sq. ft. to 1,013 sq. ft., offering buyers a unique array of options in this exquisite community.

Rodeo Drive’s amenity landscape design will be planned by the award-winning team at Nak Design Group, while the interiors will be artfully designed by Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge. The luxurious suites at Rodeo Drive will feature nine-ft. ceilings, laminate wood flooring in principal rooms, and ensuite laundry. Studio Munge-designed kitchens will feature stainless steel and panelled appliances, granite countertops and ceramic backsplash.

Rodeo Drive Condominiums offers an excellent location with an upscale village ambience. While other developments have boasted about the incorporation of casual food or retail outlets as amenities for residential purchasers, Rodeo Drive will anchor the existing CF Shops at Don Mills – Ontario’s first and finest open-air lifestyle destination – providing a true (and expansive) amenity option for residents. Chic shops, one-of-a-kind boutiques, cafes, chef-inspired restaurants, services, a cinema and more will be right outside their doorsteps.

Perfectly positioned at Lawrence Avenue East and Don Mills Road, Rodeo Drive sits close to some of Toronto’s best residential neighbourhoods (including the famed Bridle Path community and the Don Mills and York Mills neighbourhoods), numerous parks like Sunnybrook Park, Windfields Park, Serena Gundy Park and Edwards Gardens, prestigious schools, Sunnybrook Hospital, the Ontario Science Centre and the architecturally stunning Aga Khan Museum.

Beyond the wealth of amenities surrounding Rodeo Drive, residents will also have exclusive access to incredible amenities within the building, including a 24-hour concierge, pet spa, fitness room, sauna, lounge, dining room and kitchen, games room, bar lounge, as well as an outdoor rooftop pool, hot tub, lounge deck and barbecue area on the eighth floor.

With so many lifestyle options nearby, as well as access to the TTC, residents at Rodeo Drive will find cars to be optional; but for those who choose to drive, the DVP, with access to the 404 and 401, is just minutes away.

“L.A. and Toronto are more alike than one may think,” adds Lanterra’s President and CEO, Barry Fenton. “We have A-list celebrities, a thriving film industry, and people who want luxury and convenience at their fingertips. Rodeo Drive Condominiums was designed to cater to the lifestyle desires of its residents, and be a place where they truly have it all. We’re bringing Beverley Hills to Don Mills.”

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