The exquisite 2,667 square foot penthouse on the 32nd floor of One Bedford is nothing short of a masterpiece. Sonja Bata, founder of the Bata Shoe Museum along with architect and designer Heather Dubbeldam created a space that is nothing short of breathtaking. This 2+1 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo is an entirely customized unit, from increased ceiling height and additional noise cancelling insulation, to a custom 50’ long walnut bookcase and a flawless custom designed Bulthaup kitchen. Brushed oak floors and white walls cascade natural light throughout the penthouse creating an open and spacious design that is also warm and inviting.


Classic and timeless with thought- out principle rooms and a flow that allows for a functional live-work space. Forever panoramic views of the CN tower and Toronto Skyline are unremarkable from the North, West and South facing windows along with 4 balconies which encase this unit.


One Bedford, wouldn’t be complete without luxury hotel amenities including a private spa, indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, exercise facility with upscale change rooms and yoga studio. Other building amenities include meeting rooms, a catering kitchen, outdoor terrace, 24-hour concierge and security, and guest suites. All this in the central Annex neighbourhood with high- end shops, museums and restaurants just feet away, and a Starbucks conveniently located at the foot of the building. This space was designed as minimalistic to showcase the incredible views and treasures Sonja Bata had collected throughout her life and is the perfect canvas to chronicle a new story.

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1300 Yonge St Suite 100, Toronto