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The Britt will ultimately consist of a soaring 41 storey residential tower along Bay Street with a separate 8 storey wing that fronts on Wellesley St. Munge Leung-designed amenity spaces include the elegant 2 level lobby with grand staircase providing many lounging opportunities over looking Bay Street. 24 hour concierge, party room with formal dining room, hosting kitchen, equipped fitness centre with men's and women's sauna room and change rooms, boardroom, outdoor swimming pool and outdoor lounge areas with barbecue, alfresco dining spaces, and a cosy fireplace. Features include engineered hardwood flooring in living dining, kitchen and den areas, porcelain or ceramic tiles in bathrooms, munge leung designed kitchens with grantie countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, integrated and stainless steel appliances. ECO friendly auto sharing programe and bicycle storage.
Introducing The Britt - designed for those with a passion for the finest things in life, British-inspired architecture, with interior design and amenities that surpass European standards. The Britt is where classy meets classic and historic meets epic. Situated at Bay and Wellesley, and injecting new life into the legendary Sutton Place Hotel, The Britt is steps from Bloor Street with its world famous "Mink Mile", and the allure of Yorkville with its restaurants, boutique shops and services. The financial district and downtown core and oly a bus ride down Bay, and the subway is just around the corner.
SUTTON PLACE CONDOS RENAMED THE BRITT RESIDENCES - LANTERRA DEVELOPMENTS!
This just in news is confirmed! Lanterra Developments has purchased and finalized the purchase of the hotel!
It has been confirmed that Sutton Place was sold to Lanterra Developments. Lanterra plans to renovate the establishment, supplementing the building with condominiums, similar to the changes on the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Yorkville.
Located at 955 Bay Street on the north east corner of Bay Street and Wellesley Street West, the Sutton Place Hotel first opened its doors to the public in 1967. The landmark hotel is thirty three storeys high and has 294 guestrooms. It also features 77 furnished apartments with full kitchens made up of 22 studio apartments, 41 one bedroom units and 14 two bedroom suites.
The Sutton Place Hotel is known for its roof top ballrooms located on the 33rd floor, called Stop 33 and Queen’s Park. With their floor to ceiling windows, they offer incredible 360 degree views of the city. Lanterra has decided to make an additional 9 more floors, making it an incredible 42-storey condominium with evenmore spectacular views!
Located right across the street from the celebrity hotspot Bistro 990, the hotel is a premiere destination for film stars to stay during the Toronto International Film Festival held each September.