CRESFORDALWAYS IN FASHION
From coveted locations to fashion-forward design to sophisticated amenities, Cresford Developments defines the essence of luxury condominium living. The first residential developer in Canada to dress up their condominiums with international fashion labels, Cresford is renowned for innovation, superb quality, and attention to detail.
The company has been a leader for over four decades, introducing an intuitive understanding of market trends and a signature aesthetic sensibility to every corner of the city. In 1980 Cresford introduced the Summit to King and Bathurst, breathing new life into an area that went on to become one of Toronto’s most lively neighbourhoods. In the early 90s, Cresford built Empire Plaza, the first residential building in the financial core and still one of the most revered addresses for the city’s elite.
In the early 2000s, Cresford’s Thornwood project, a 300-unit luxury condominium, sparked the restoration of Summerhill and transformed an underused site into a coveted Rosedale address. And the award-winning Merchandise Building, Toronto’s original loft conversion, can be credited with igniting the wave of industrial chic design that continues to sweep the city from east to west.
Cresford condominiums are a reflection of ingenuity and intellect, imagined by renowned architects and interior design gurus from around the world. They feature inspiring living spaces that flow seamlessly from one to the next, and sublime amenities that celebrate life and style. They’re built with eclectic urban aspirations in mind, giving residents unparalleled access to the city’s most exhilarating hot spots.
A trusted name in the market for over 40 years, Cresford inspires confidence and security. The company continually strives to provide homeowners with the best possible product on the market. Their commitment and dedication to quality is evident in every lobby, every window, every kitchen, every amenity, every floor.
Yonge & Gerrard, Toronto
Halo Residences on Yonge
Inspired by Baccarat
Yonge & College, Toronto
The Clover on Yonge
Inspired by Van Cleef & Arpels
595 Yonge Street, Toronto
furnished with Diesel Living
Yonge & Wellesley, Toronto
CASA III Condominiums
Lobby furnished with Hermes
Yonge & Bloor, Toronto
CASA II Condominiums
Furnished with MissoniHome
Yonge & Bloor, Toronto
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Cresford buildings not only deliver what the market demands, they anticipate market changes and set new benchmarks for elevated living before anyone else has even anticipated a shift. Following a rigorous ethos that includes exceptional quality, premium locations, and attention to detail, Cresford residences deliver lasting value for years to come. These five traits are the defining elements of every Cresford condominium.
Cresford projects are centrally located around some of Toronto’s most sought-after intersections. The Cresford Corridor, lining Yonge Street from Bloor to Dundas, is an area that has been shaped and defined by over ten Cresford developments for more than a decade.
Cresford enjoys close ties with some of the most recognized names in fashion and their condominiums take inspiration from, and are furnished with, the most luxurious brands in the world. Recent Cresford condominium projects have been outfitted with Fendi Casa, Armani/Casa, MissoniHome, Hermès, Diesel Living, Roche Bobois, and Baccarat. The company also works with some of the best names in décor and design including Kohler, Scavolini, Bosch, Gaggenau, and Miele.
Cresford understands that a connection to fresh air, nature, and natural light can affect how people interact with and enjoy a space. That’s why the design for almost all Cresford projects focuses on outdoor space. Where possible, suite designs offer balconies, terraces, and stunning city views.
Cresford knows that high quality amenities make the difference in high quality living. Outdoor pools and lounge areas, state-of-the-art fitness areas, and luxurious lobbies are just some of the carefully considered spaces offered at each address. Amenities like sleek elevators and plushy-carpeted hallways that reduce sound and create an intimate sense of arrival, are inspired by luxury hotels, delivering an all-encompassing experience that begins at the front door and envelopes you in every space.
Cresford residences are designed from the inside out. That means that the focus begins with suite interiors, before expanding to exterior design. Recent projects like CASA, VOX, The Clover on Yonge and Halo offer efficiently designed square or rectangular floor plates that maximize space and resources within four walls. Not only does this mean better livability but a better investment and higher resale values over the long-term as buyers recognize the value of good design.