The Phoebe on Queen condo complex
11 Soho St., 18 Beverley St., 25 Soho St. in Toronto
The Phoebe on Queen, located in the exciting Entertainment District, was built by Diamante Development Corporation and completed in 2002. Steps from the Queen Street fashion district, quaint cafes and restaurants, just around the corner from the movies at Scotiabank Theatre, with fine music at Roy Thompson Hall, ballet and opera at Four Seasons Centre, and fine art at the Art Gallery of Ontario all within walking distance, it is an award winning luxury development.
Phoebe on Queen consists of three buildings. The 5-storey Soho building at 11 Soho Street consists of only 38 suites. It was inspired by the warehouses of the old neighbourhood, and features wide front rooms, 9-foot ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Red brick and metal arches frame dramatic expanses of glass. Ground level suites have large patios.
The Beverley building at 18 Beverley Street is much larger, and contains over 100 units. It is divided into three parts, with the south corner 9-storey portion clad in red brick, white 7-storey central section influenced by the early 20th century architecture, and the low rise red brick north section only 4-stirey high. 9-foor ceilings in 18 Beverley start from the 5th floor up.
The Phoebe building at 25 Soho Street consists of multi-level townhouses and flats, all with 9-foot ceilings, and is finished in tan brick.
The three buildings surround delightful landscaped gardens. One of the largest private green enclosures in downtown Toronto, the courtyard consists of two levels, with water flowing and cascading from the upper level to the lower. Brick pathways surround expanses of lawn, with a variety of trees and shrubs providing shade.