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Hosting Your Dinner Party in the Yorkville Park Chef’s Kitchen

Hosting Your Dinner Party in the Yorkville Park Chef’s Kitchen

We love hosting dinner parties, and what better place to host one than in the luxurious, resident’s-only, Chef’s Kitchen and Dining Room at Minto Yorkville Park! Bring in your favourite chef, or whip up something yourself in the fully equipped catering kitchen.  Then share plates and good conversation with friends in the elegant dining area. From the gleaming stone floor to the sleek marble waterfall edge countertops, to the golden mirrored finish hood fan, the ambiance exudes luxury and impeccable sophistication.

Here are some fabulous, locally-sourced ideas to get you ready to host your next big or small, party in Minto Yorkville Park’s Chef Kitchen!

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Get your guests snacking with some delectable appetizers. Pick up some fresh ingredients from your neighbouring Pusataries, like some of these gourmet cheeses and assorted meats: http://www.pusateris.com/

Add your own flavor with a unique decorative centre piece from Teatro Verde such as: http://teatroverde.com/locations/

Don’t forget to satisfy that sweet tooth! Pick up elegant and delectable cupcakes for dessert from Prairie Girl: https://www.prairiegirlbakery.com/

Now that the room is all set you need is that perfect cocktail dress to host in! Drop by Kate Space at 138 Cumberland Street https://www.katespade.com/

 

We hope this stirred up some hosting inspiration! Be sure to visit us at our Sales Centre at 500- 90 Sheppard Ave to find out more about #24KaratLiving at Minto Yorkville Park, or contact us today for more information!

 

 

All About the Village of Yorkville Park

Minto Yorkville Park, at the corner of Bellair and Cumberland in Yorkville, will overlook the Village of Yorkville Park, a unique and peaceful area in Yorkville. The park is designed to represent the diversity and beauty of natural Canadian landscapes.

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Since it’s opening, the Village of Yorkville Park has won many awards such as the American Society of Landscape Architects award, the City of Toronto Urban Design Award of Excellence and the International Downtown’s Association Award of Merit.

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Before the park was built, there were debates over how best to use the land. In the 1950s, the government decided to demolish a row of beautiful Victorian-styled homes to make way for the new subway line. However, residents wanted a park to be built over the subway. Instead a parking lot was constructed for commuters. Residents continued to be persistent, and in 1991 the City of Toronto Department of Parks and Recreation announced an international design competition. The winners were Oleson Worland Architects, in association with Martha Schwartz, Ken Smith and David Meyer Landscape Architects, who created a magnificent design of what the park is today.

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The 11 landscapes of the park represent different Canadian environments, ranging from the upland forests found in the North, the river marshes found in the coastal areas, the prairies, orchards and rock outcroppings of the Canadian Shield. The most unique part about this park is the 650 tonne granite rock that sits right outside of Bay Station. The rock was taken from Canada’s glacial shield piece by piece and reassembled in the park. The rock is over 1 billion years old.

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The park is a great place to relax, soak up sun and people watch. You’ll find benches around the park surrounded by diverse plant life. There’s also a wooden boardwalk around the marshy terrain, and a waterfall known as The Rain Curtain adds an artistic touch to the park.

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Surrounded by luxurious real estate, high end shopping and fine dining, the Village of Yorkville Park is a natural and functional part of the neighbourhood, truly showcasing what great innovation and design can offer.

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Minto Yorkville Park will be one of the few residential buildings in the area that looks over the Village of Yorkville Park. Do you want views of this tranquil park from your balcony? We still have luxurious suites available at Minto Yorkville Park! Walk through the park on your way to visit us at our new sales centre at 101 Yorkville Ave, and also be sure to register today!

 

 

Kenya Bruce