Residences

Designed for an uncompromising lifestyle, the rental suites at Two Avenue Road embody the feelings of exclusivity and comfort.

Residences

Designed for an uncompromising lifestyle, the rentals suites at Two Avenue Road embody the feelings of exclusivity and comfort.

Gilded in Style

Residents of Two Avenue Road will enjoy the incredibly unique opportunity of living in the historic and beautifully transformed south heritage tower. Sixty-five luxury one and two bedroom rentals, including five penthouses, offer access to hotel amenities and unrivalled views of the city. Guiding the journey into eleven floors of personal luxury are muted custom carpets inspired by Canadian topography and sculpted marble wall sconces that bind the property with its locale. The double-height lobby greets residents with neutral wall panels that evolve into curved tone-on-tone velvet corners framing a 24-hour attended reception desk.

Suites

1 Bedroom

1+1 Bedroom

2 Bedroom

Penthouse 1

Penthouse 1 + 1

Penthouse 2

Finishes

Each of the beautifully designed rental residences feature floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinetry, high-end appliances, expressive fixtures, and engineered hardwood floors for a confident yet understated vitality.

Fueled by Principal Alessandro Munge’s singular vision to create unforgettable experiences, Studio Munge is a multidisciplinary design firm bringing spaces to life for some of the world’s most iconic hospitality brands and top-tier global developers. While defining a new era of luxury, Studio Munge has established a reputation for masterful storytelling through tactile, layered, and immersive design. Alessandro’s creative leadership and entrepreneurial spirit has inspired the firm’s diverse teams with the passion to produce exceptional interiors that borrow from the project’s architecture and environment. Alessandro approaches every project with a deep understanding of practicalities, artistic expression, and human connectivity. From Beverly Hills to Hong Kong, Alessandro’s exquisite residences and inspired hospitality venues emulate his passion for design elevating the needs and desires for all who thrive within.

Founded in 1987, KPMB Architects is an award-winning, internationally recognized Canadian practice. KPMB is renowned for its commitment to the public realm and the cultural design of cities, having received over 250 awards, including 15 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. KPMB has partnered with Studio Munge on the Park Hyatt Hotel and Residences to create a seamless, luxury experience from outside to inside,  that marries contemporary architecture with heritage preservation to revitalize a classic icon in the city of Toronto. The design vision taps into the rich memories of the past, and anticipates the future to reinvigorate this venerable location as a place for bespoke living, dining, shopping and hospitality at the heart of this cultural nexus at Avenue Road and Bloor Street. KPMB’s commitment to this area of Toronto is evident in its cultural and residential projects such as; the Royal Conservatory TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning/Koerner Hall, the Gardiner Museum, and the The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management Expansion at the University of Toronto.

Founded in 1987, KPMB Architects is an award-winning, internationally recognized Canadian practice. KPMB is renowned for its commitment to the public realm and the cultural design of cities, having received over 250 awards, including 15 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. KPMB has partnered with Studio Munge on the Park Hyatt Hotel and Residences to create a seamless, luxury experience from outside to inside,  that marries contemporary architecture with heritage preservation to revitalize a classic icon in the city of Toronto. The design vision taps into the rich memories of the past, and anticipates the future to reinvigorate this venerable location as a place for bespoke living, dining, shopping and hospitality at the heart of this cultural nexus at Avenue Road and Bloor Street. KPMB’s commitment to this area of Toronto is evident in its cultural and residential projects such as; the Royal Conservatory TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning/Koerner Hall, the Gardiner Museum, and the The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management Expansion at the University of Toronto.