Condos in Church & Wellesley, Toronto
Teahouse Condos is a new condominium development by Lanterra Developments currently under construction located at 501 Yonge Street, Toronto in the Church & Wellesley neighbourhood with a 99/100 walk score and a 100/100 transit score. Teahouse Condos is designed by architectsAlliance. Development is scheduled to be completed in 2019. The project is 52 storeys tall (174.0m, 571.0ft) and has a total of 960 suites. Teahouse Condos is the #40 tallest condominium in Toronto and the #4 tallest condominium in Church & Wellesley. Teahouse Condos is currently Sold Out.
Teahouse Condos Overview
Mt. Fees ($ per sq.ft.)
Data last updated:
November 19th, 2017
Teahouse Condos Floor Plans & Prices
Total Floor Plans
14 (0 Available)
Teahouse Condos Highlights
Teahouse Condos is a pre-construction condominium project located in Toronto's Downtown Core at Yonge & College. The condominium is a mixed use tower developed by Lanterra Developments.
The tower and amenities celebrate Asian design and architecture, featuring natural material, clean lines and emphasis on symmetry and precise proportions.
The project features two distinct towers at 52 and 25 storeys rising above a shared podium that will connect the towers to the street.
Teahouse Condos Project Details
-Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto at Yonge & College
-Two towers standing 52 and 25 storeys connected by a large podium that anchors the towers to the street
-960 suites (combined two towers) with suites ranging from studios to 3 bedrooms
-Unique Asian inspired amenities such as a Tea Room, Koi Ponds, a Tranquil Rock Lounge, Zen Gardens, Yoga Room, Onsen Pool and an outdoor Swimming Pool.
Teahouse Condos: The Developers
-Developed by Lanterra Developments - one of Toronto's leading builders
-Award winning developer
-Projects include ICE Condominiums, Maple Leaf Square, One Bedford, The Britt, Murano, Wellesley on the Park and much more (browse all condos by Lanterra)
-Architecture by architectsAlliance
-Interiors by Munge Leung
-Landscaping by Nak Design Strategies
Teahouse Condos: The Location
-Has a prestigious Yonge Street Address (501 Yonge) at Yonge & College in Toronto's Downtown Core
-Near perfect 99/100 WalkScore, a Walker's Paradise
-Major nearby amenities include:
Hospital District with 5 major hospitals including Toronto General and SickKids
Steps to TWO Universities (Ryerson University and University of Toronto)
One block to Yorkville and luxurious shopping along Bloor Street
-Short subway ride to the Financial District
-Perfect 100/100 TransitScore
-Steps to 2 Subway Stations (College and Wellesley)
Teahouse will ultimately consist of two residential buildings and ground floor retail. The moment you enter the lobby a sense of calmness envelopes you. The beautiful lines, the muted lighting and the elegant natural materials allow you to leave the world behind you and relax.
Perhaps you will stop and enter the Tea Room, where you might lounge a while to refresh before you ascent to your suite.
The amenities designed by Munge Leung include an outdoor pool, an indoor Onsen Pool which features a set of four separate pools at different water temperatures, all designed to soothe your body. Reland in the Rock lounge after a workout in the fitness centre or yoga room.
Invite guests and entertain in the party room with formal dining and indoor and outdoor lounging space with barbeque area or perhaps watch a sporting event in the theatre room. The 24 hour concierge is always available to assist you.
Height & Rank
Height Rank (city)
#40 in Toronto
Height Rank (neighbourhood)
#4 in Church & Wellesley
Features & Finishes
Teahouse is located at 501 Yonge Street, occupying a city block between Alexander and Maitland. Steps from two subway stations, minutes to luxury shopping at Bloor-Yorkville, a short walk to Eaton Centre, restaurants, patios and bustling street life.
Suites feature Laminate Flooring, Porcelain or Marble in washrooms and Munge Leung-designed kitchens with granite countertops, ceramic tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.