The Lotus


TSCC 1972




8 Scollard St

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Located at the corner of Scollard and Yonge with a classical rounded facade, The Lotus stands at 17-storeys and has over 150 unitst. Suites range from studio to two-bedrooms, with eight-foot ceilings, pre-engineered wood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and penthouse suites featuring ten-foot ceilings. A quaint sitting park adorns the entrance to The Lotus, with Yonge Street only a few steps away, and just across Bay Street await all the boutique shops, art galleries, bistros and bars of Yorkville.

Most Notable Features

Caffe di Portici: Recommended as a classic Italian café and bar, you’ll find this local eatery on the ground floor of The Lotus on Scollard Street. Enjoy a morning latte or a slice of traditional Italian style pizza, right outside your door.

Spa treatment: Among the buildings list of amenities, a few features form together nicely into an at-home spa experience. Enjoy the gym and yoga studio, the manicure and pedicure room, Zen out in the meditation den, and relax with a soothing drink in the spa lounge and juice bar.

What’s Nearby

The Yorkville area places you well within reach of everything you need for downtown living. Enjoy top name brand shopping along Bloor Street, the excitement and life of Yonge Street, Dundas Sqaure, and the Eaton Centre, or take a stroll through Queen’s Park. The area has a Walk Score of 100, and a few local gems include Veda: Healthy Indian Takeout on Yonge Street, Star Anise on Collier Street, and The Pilot on Cumberland with a rooftop patio.

For groceries and other household items you’re just a short walk to Hazelton Lanes Shopping Mall and Whole Foods. There is also a Longo’s on Bloor Street and a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge.

For a stroll in the something green, Jesse Ketchum Park is just down a block away off of Bay Street, and you’re also very close to the walking paths of the Rosedale Valley.

Getting Around

From Yorkville’s downtown vantage, you can really walk anywhere you need to go. There are also easily reached TTC travel options along the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University subway lines, as well as bus routes on Avenue Road. If you drive, the area is easily navigable and you can reach the Don Valley Parkway via Bayview Avenue within ten minutes.

Utilities: electricity by EnerCare