28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 – 2 Bedroom + 1 Bath – Leased

Overview: 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 is spacious 2-bedroom, 1-bath condo with a modern kitchen and laminate floors. Luxurious amenities and an exciting location in the Church-Yonge Corridor await.

Daytime across-the-street view of The Couture Condos, a 42-floor building with highly-reflective glass.

The Couture is a sleek and shimmering high-rise at the intersection of Church and Yonge.

Building Name: The Couture

Address: 28 Ted Rogers Way – Unit 1702, Toronto, ON M4Y2W7

Neighbourhood: Church-Yonge Corridor

Developer: Monarch Group

Architect: Graziani + Corazza Architects

Interior Designer: Mike Niven Interior Design

Property Manager: Crossbridge Condo Services

Year Built: 2013

# of Floors: 42

# of Units: 476

Parking: Underground (1 space)

Locker: N/A

Size: 734 sq. ft.

Rooms: 2 Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom

Leased: $2,300 per month

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

The Couture – Building Details

Small and luxurious empty theatre with leather seats at The Couture Condos.

This private theatre is one of the building’s many chic amenities.

The Couture is 42-storey tower of glistening glass and striking symmetry.

Its inside encloses a rich array of amenities, such as the media room above, while its outside serves up the very best of the Church-Yonge Corridor.

Amazing shops, restaurants, parks, cafes, universities and the Yonge and Bloor subway station—they’re all just steps away.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 – The Space

Living room with yellow sofa, blue armchair, sleek and dark laminate floors, and huge windows.

Unit 1702 has wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows offering both scenery and sunlight.

There’s a lot to love about this condo, starting with its open-concept living, dining and kitchen areas.

Open-concept living room and dining room at 28 Ted Rogers Way Unit 1702.

An open-concept design means less clutter and better flow.

Another thing to love about Unit 1702 is the use of dark laminates in every room.

Living room with black laminate floors and colourful sofas and armchair.

Besides mimicking the tone and texture of dark walnut, the floors provide a striking contrast to the soft gray walls.

Speaking of walls, those in Unit 1702 have been freshly painted, giving the entire apartment a bold new makeover.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 – The Kitchen

Linear kitchen of 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 with built-in appliances, wooden cupboards and frosted-glass shelves.

The kitchen saves space with a linear, clean-cut design.

But that doesn’t mean Unit 1702’s kitchen cuts any corners.

In fact, it boasts full-sized appliances, capacious cupboards, granite counters and a stunning back-splash.

Kitchen with round dining table, stainless-steel stove, microwave, dishwasher and wooden cabinets.

This kitchen is stylish yet practical, combining silver appliances with gorgeous cabinets of dark wood and frosted glass shelves.

Unit 1702 comes with the following appliances:

  • A stainless-steel fridge, stove and rangehood
  • An oven, microwave and dishwasher
  • A washer and dryer

Another advantage of Unit 1702’s kitchen is its proximity to the dining room.

Round dining table with wooden top facing windows and buildings.

Breakfast, lunch or dinner—this view dazzles no matter the time of day.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 – Master Bedroom & Bath

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 master bedroom with large bed, floor-to-ceiling windows and gray walls.

Spacious and well-lit are two words that come to mind upon seeing this master bedroom.

The master bedroom has a split-layout design that prioritizes privacy.

Combined with its smooth gray walls, it creates a peaceful atmosphere that’s ideal for such an intimate space.

Bedroom with large white bed, sleek dark brown floors, red luggage bag, and closet with mirror doors.

The master bedroom also features dark laminate floors for contrast and a large closet for all your storage needs.

Unit 1702’s washroom consists of a shower, tub, under-sink storage, and an ample mirror.

Bathroom with floral shower curtain, white tub and sink, large mirror and shelves with hairdryer and toiletries.

It also has a uniquely curved shower rod.

More practical elements include under-sink storage and multiple floating shelves for shampoos, hairdryers and other accessories.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 – Den & Balcony

Den with gray couch, table and grocery bags in corner.

This den is big enough to serve as a second bedroom.

In fact, it has all the hallmarks of a bedroom, including high-ceilings, huge windows, laminate floors and a spacious closet.

But you can also use the den for other purposes, such as a storage area, rec room, office or library.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 balcony with coffee table, chair, clear glass panels and glazed divider.

Unit 1702’s balcony uses a glazed divider and crystal-clear glass-panels to balance privacy and openness.

Not only is it a great place to read, relax and enjoy some drinks, but its 17th-floor location provides thrilling views all around.

Green-roofs and brown facade of Rogers Building from 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 balcony.

For example, right across the street is one of Toronto’s most iconic structures—the Rogers Building.

The Couture – Amenities

Indoor swimming pool with light green water at The Couture condos.

This indoor pool is one of The Couture’s many amenities.

Others include:

  • 24-hour concierge and security
  • Gym with cardio, weights and Yoga studio
  • Sauna, hot tub and Jacuzzi
  • Rec centre, theatre and mini-golf
  • Conference centre and party room
  • Guest suites, visitor parking, high-speed elevators and more
Empty room with large billiards table with green surface and dark brown floors at The Couture.

This is The Couture’s other indoor pool.

About The Church-Yonge Corridor

View of Church-Yonge Corridor and Rogers Building from balcony of 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702.

A view of the neighbourhood from Unit 1702’s balcony.

The Couture lies at the cross-section of Bloor St E and Ted Rogers Way.

Part of the Church-Yonge Corridor, it’s within walking distance of countless shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, parks, theatres and galleries.

Need your morning fix of caffeine? There’s a Starbucks 31 metres from your doorstep.

Tim Hortons exterior in autumn along Church-Yonge Corridor in Toronto.

Or stroll over to Tim Hortons, Rooster Coffee House or The Croissant Tree—all less than 4-minutes away (GoToVan, Flickr).

Picky about lunch? Don’t be, because the Church-Yonge Corridor offers plenty of options.

There’s Asahi Sushi (Japanese) on 640 Church St, Constantine (Mediterranean) on 15 Charles, Foccachia (Italian) on 17 Hayden, Z-Teca (Mexican) on 175 Bloor, and Planta (Vegan) in Yorkville.

Close up of pizza with white Italian cheese and pepperoni.

Asian, European, Mexican or vegan, the Church-Yonge Corridor has options for both foodies and picky eaters (Pixabay).

And if you happen to be dining at Planta in Yorkville, you might as well do some shopping.

The neighbourhood is famous for its high-end retail, boasting the biggest (and most expensive) names in fashion.

Brooks Brothers storefront display with male and female mannequins.

Yorkville has the best in men, women and children’s fashion (Phillip Pessar, Flickr).

While you’re in Yorkville, you can also spend the day antiquing, catch a concert, visit one of several galleries and museums, or relax at the park.

Other Location Highlights:

  • Fantastic arts and culture, including the Lilith Gallery, TD Gallery, Concert Hall & CAA Theatre
  • Nearby bars and pubs include The Bishop and Belcher, Artful Dodger & Duke of Gloucester
  • Lovely green-spaces such as Manulife Garden, Asquith Green Park & Rosedale Ravine
  • Minutes from Ryerson University, U of T & the Toronto Public Library
  • 97 Bike Score, 95 Transit Score, 93 Walk Score & steps away from Yonge-Bloor subway station

The WOW Factor

Balcony view of lush greenery and buildings from 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702.

Welcome to your backyard.

28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702 is a 2-bedroom, 1-bath condo with a modern kitchen, laminate floors and wall-to-wall windows.

It’s perfect for individuals and couples yet big enough for a family, with the den serving as a second bedroom.

The Couture also has amenities for every need, from health and fitness to recreation and relaxation.

And for everything else there’s the Church-Yonge Corridor. 

Want to know more about 28 Ted Rogers Unit 1702? Take the Virtual Tour or contact me below for more details.

Wins Lai - Toronto Real Estate Agent, Broker and Realtor

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