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Totem is located at 17 Dundonald Street, at Yonge Street just north of Wellesley Street. Since Dundonald is a one way street, access is gained from Church Street.
Monday 12-6 pm, Sat & Sun 12-5 pm
For more info call, 416.792.1877
or email us at, info@totemcondos.com


Totem is unlike anything Toronto has ever seen. Dynamic, irreverent and bold, it reaches for the sky in a series of stacked boxes – contemporary cubist architecture executed to perfection. This isn’t just another generic glass tower, it’s a rich, thoughtful addition to the architectural texture of the city.
A series of illuminated boxes, carefully stacked. Spaces shifted gently left and right, geometry that draws the eye
skyward. A building that’s poised to be iconic, the shape of things to come.

That’s Totem.

It’s city living that’s a shift from what’s come before. A place designed to meet the needs of urbanites looking for their own little slice of downtown. It’s not about fitting your life to a cookie cutter shape, Totem is about living your life in the perfect location that’s designed to fit
you to a T.
Jutting boldly over the street, this dark, dramatic shape draws the eye
and engages the senses. Bold stone cladding that provides a rich textural counterpoint to the sleek glass and steel of the rest of the building.
architecture is a
nod to Manhattan’s award-winning New Museum, a showcase for contemporary
art, and an icon of urban modernism. Totem combines elegance and urbanism, movement and modern lines, creating a dynamic structure that brings a fresh presence to
a quaint downtown street, lined with Victorian homes, Dundonald.
Bold blue “fins” add interest and dimension to the south elevation of the building, reflecting light in unique ways, creating angled sightlines from the inside and exciting visuals from the street.
Click on a hot spot or neighbourhood to get more.
College Park

This quiet mall and high-rise residence was home to Eaton’s elegant art deco flagship store. The original showpiece has been broken up to house smaller shops and services, but the beautiful deco details remain. From the lovely brass revolving doors to the marble finishes throughout, it’s a gracious space steeped in history. And upstairs you’ll find one of Toronto’s most celebrated event spaces, the Carlu. Recently restored to its original Art Moderne splendour, the venue features a hand-painted mural by Natacha Carlu and a stunning Lalique fountain.
The Annex and U of T

Filled with historic buildings and gracious green spaces, the lovely University of Toronto campus is a walk or a quick subway ride away. Bordering the campus is the Annex neighbourhood, a community that’s host to a dynamic mix of students and affluent families. Elegant mansions are juxtaposed with cheap and cheerful sushi places and student watering holes, giving the area a fun, energetic vibe you won’t find anywhere else in the city.
Queen’s Park

Head west along Wellesley, and a quick ten-minute walk will take you to the Ontario Legislature, a sprawling historic structure set in serene parkland. Opened in 1860 in honour of Queen Victoria, Queen’s Park is surrounded by ministry buildings and the gracious structures of University of Toronto, and is just steps away from the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Museum at Bloor and Avenue Road. The park is a perfect workday respite for students, government workers and university employees – one a nice day, you’ll find it busy with people enjoying their lunch break or taking a quick walk between meetings.

Chic and sophisticated, Bloor/Yorkville is known for its well-heeled residents, but it has shopping and dining options to suit every budget. If money is no object, it’s a great place to get a dose of haute couture at Chanel or Hermès, shop for high-end eats at Pusateri’s or get your hair done at one of Toronto’s top salons. If you’re on a bit of a budget, there’s always Winners and Pottery Barn to make it look like you’ve spent lots, without breaking the bank.
Hospital Row

At the northernmost part of University Avenue where it meets College is an area Torontonians like to call “Hospital Row” for its high concentration of medical facilities. The enclave includes Toronto General Hospital, Mount Sinai, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, the Toronto Rehabilitation Centre and Sick Kids. It’s also home to Canada’s largest research hub and one of the ten largest biomedical clusters in the world. For doctors, health care workers, researchers, technicians and biomedical entrepreneurs, Totem offers incredible proximity to the best facilities Canada has to offer.
The Village

A thriving neighbourhood of bars, restaurants, cafes and more are just around the corner in Toronto’s best-known gay neighbourhood. The Village is the epicenter of Pride Week, one of the largest pride fests in the world (and definitely one of Toronto’s favourite parties). This ten-day celebration draws massive crowds from all over the world to concerts, galas and cultural events, culminating in the famous Pride Parade.
Ryerson University

Head south along Yonge or Church, and you’ll find another set of hallowed educational halls; the ever-expanding Ryerson campus is tucked in around the Eaton Centre. Stop by on a sunny summer day – Gould Street between Yonge and Church is permanently closed to traffic, and is the perfect place to sit down at a patio table and enjoy lunch of a coffee al fresco.
Yonge Dundas Square

There’s always something happening at Yonge Dundas Square, located right across the street from the Eaton Centre. Public concerts, events, movies and more happen every day during the summer and are mostly free. It’s a fun, dynamic spot that’s always busy. And if you get too hot, cool off in the “urban beach” (a favourite with overheated joggers), a dynamic art installation made up of fountains that run 24 hours a day from mid-April to early October.
It doesn’t get more central than this

Totem is close to everything. You’re steps from Wellesley station (there’s actually a private entrance into the subway for Totem residents), and a short walk to whatever you need – from the LGBT-friendly restaurants and businesses in the Village to the sleek shops on Yorkville’s mink mile, from Ryerson and U of T campuses to the government offices and hospitals at Queen’s Park. You’ve got the city at your feet.


/ 9 ft ceilings in principal rooms
/ 10 ft ceilings in principal rooms on floors 8, 10, 14, 17 and 18
/ floor to ceiling full height windows
/ solid core entry door with privacy viewer
/ swing doors open onto the balcony  or terrace
/ smooth ceilings in all areas
/ exposed concrete columns
/ white painted interior walls
/ 4” baseboard and 2 1/2” door casing
/ slab style bathroom, closet and washer/dryer room doors with brushed chrome lever hardware
/ glass sliding bedroom doors
/ vinyl coated wire shelving in all closets and storage areas
/ stacked front loading washer and dryer
/ heating and air conditioning
/ water hose bib connection on terraces
/ custom designed european style kitchen cabinetry in a selection of door finishes*
/ quartz slab counter top*
/ single bowl under-mount stainless steel sink
/ single lever deck mounted faucet set with convenient pullout spray
/ energystar™ ceran electric cook top, and energystar™ built-in electric oven
/ energystar™ integrated fridge and energystar™ dishwasher
/ exhaust hood and energystar™ microwave oven† or energystar™ over-the-range microwave hoodfan
/ under-cabinet valance lighting
/ custom designed european style bathroom cabinetry in a selection of door finishes*
/ ceiling mounted rain style shower head
/ full vanity width mirror
/ porcelain wall tile on all wet wall surrounds and mosaic tile accent* on main wall
/ integrated solid surface vanity sink
/ full size shower with tiled floor† or deep soaker bathtub
/ white bathroom fixtures
/ bathroom accessories include towel bar and toilet paper holder
/ pressure balanced mixing valve in the shower
/ exhaust fan vented to the exterior
/ pre-finished engineered wood floors* throughout with the exception of the bathroom and laundry area
/ porcelain floor tile* in bathroom
/ white ceramic floor tile in laundry area
/ concierge in the lobby
/ pre-wired for a personally encoded suite intrusion alarm system
/ electronic communication system located in the secure main entry vestibule. guests in the main entry vestibule
 can be viewed on the resident’s television
/ surveillance cameras in the lobby, main entry vestibule and underground garage
/ key fob controlled access system at all main building entry points and parking garage
/ smoke, carbon monoxide and heat detectors provided in all suites
/ individual electrical panel with circuit breakers
/ white ‘decora style’ receptacles and switches throughout
/ ceiling mounted track lighting in kitchen
/ ceiling mounted light fixtures in foyer and hallways
/ recessed lights in bathroom(s)
/ capped ceiling light fixture outlet in dining room
/ switch-controlled split outlets in living room, den and bedroom(s)
/ structured high speed wiring infrastructure with network centre to support the latest entertainment and high
 speed communications services
/ pre-wired telephone, cable television and communication outlets. category 5e (or better) telephone wiring to all
 telephone outlets. rg-6 coaxial cable to all cable television outlets. each cable television and telephone outlet
 connects directly to the suite network centre
  denotes availability determined by suite design
* denotes finishes to be selected from the vendor’s samples

/ natural products (i.e. granite, wood and marble) are subject to natural variations in colour and grain. tile is subject to pattern, shade and
 colour variations
/ if the unit is at a stage of construction which will enable the Vendor to permit the Purchaser to make colour and material choices from the
 Vendor’s standard selections, then the Purchaser shall have until the Vendor’s date designated by the Vendor (of which the Purchaser shall
 be given seven (7) days prior notice) to properly complete the Vendor’s colour and material selection form. If the Purchaser fails to do so
 within such time period, the Vendor may irrevocably exercise the Purchaser’s rights to colour and material selections hereunder and such
 selections shall be binding upon the Purchaser. No changes whatsoever shall be permitted in colours or materials so selected by the Vendor,
 except that the Vendor shall have the right to substitute other materials and items for those provided in this Schedule provided that such
 materials and items are of quality to or better than the materials and items setout herein
/ the Purchaser acknowledges that there shall be no reduction in the price or credit for any standard feature listed herein which is omitted at
 the Purchaser’ request;
/ references to model types or model numbers refer to current manufacturers models. If these types or models change, the Vendor shall
 provide an equivalent model;
/ all dimensions, if any, are approximate. Actual useable floor space may vary from the stated floor area, if so stated;
/ all specifications and materials are subject to change without notice E. & O.E.;
/ pursuant to this Agreement or this Schedule or pursuant to a supplementary agreement or purchaser order, the Purchaser may have
 requested the Vendor to construct an additional feature within the unit which is in the nature of an optional extra. If, as a result of building,
 construction or site conditions within the Unit or Building, the Vendor is not able to construct such extra, then the Vendor may, by written
 notice to the Purchaser, terminate the Vendor’s obligation to construct the extra. In such event, the Vendor shall refund to the Purchaser
 the monies, if any, paid by the Purchaser to the vendor in respect of such extra, without interest and in all other respects this agreement
 shall continue in full force and effect;
/ the Vendor shall have the right to substitute other products and materials for those listed in this Schedule, represented to the Purchaser or
 provided for in the plans and specifications provided that the substituted products and materials are of a quality equal to or better than the
 products and materials so listed or so provided. The determination of whether or not substituted materials and products are of equal or
 better quality shall be made by the Vendor’s architect
/ all suites protected by the Tarion New Home Warranty Program
On the second level, you’ll find a stylish space with a beautiful bar and lounge, private dining room and comfortable conversation areas. It’s the perfect place to host a party, gather with friends, or just curl up with a book on a quiet Saturday afternoon.

The space opens up onto a large outdoor terrace with sophisticated urban landscaping, more seating and heavy-duty gas barbecues ideal for summer entertaining.
Kick it with cardio or work on that sleek six-pack in Totem’s well-equipped fitness space. Larger than most condo gyms, it features free weights, stationary bikes, treadmills, elliptical trainers, yoga and Pilates equipment and more.
Head to the top floor for an incredible outdoor experience with killer views. This sophisticated rooftop space has a dining area, loungers for relaxation, comfortable seating and a barbecue for convenience. Relax, share a quiet drink overlooking the lights of the city, host a dinner party under the stars – or throw a bash that will have your friends talking for months.
Worsley Urban Partners are committed to developing unique design focused projects. With a mandate to reinvigorate established neighbourhoods, Worsley introduces their latest development that is sensitive to the urban fabric of the community with a strong emphasis on architectural style, quality of workmanship and overall design. Worsley's principals, Howard Goldstein and Dino Longo (president of Longo Developments) have over 50 years of combined experience in residential design, development and construction. Their latest boutique residence, IT Lofts is located in Little Italy where it merges with Little Portugal and Dufferin Grove.
RAW is one of Toronto’s most vibrant and respected design studios. Cited by the Ontario Association of Architects as the 2009 Best Emerging Practice, we possess an international design sensibility combined with a wealth of local experience. The RAW portfolio includes the successful completion of many significant and landmark structures such as Cube Lofts, BMW Toronto and Panorama. Our commitment to the design process has led us to continually push the boundaries of urban form and to realize more sustainable and beautiful living environments. We believe our ongoing work includes many buildings set to become benchmarks for design excellence in Toronto. We believe in the need to embrace fresh thinking and innovative technologies balanced with the realities of limited resources and budgets. At RAW, design excellence is not an expensive option, it is fundamental to realising a building within the constraints of budget and schedule.
For the team at Toronto’s eminent design firm UNION31, great design is provocative; it is functional and satisfies the senses but it also challenges the status quo. It isn’t predictable – rather, it’s about finding opportunity in the unexpected to create something memorable. UNION31’s Senior Creative Principal, Alex Chapman is the recipient of several prestigious awards including ARIDOs (Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario) coveted Award of Excellence and the NAHB (National Association of Home Builder’s) MIRM Award. UNION31 is recognized for an aesthetic of sophisticated simplicity and his ability to seamlessly blend periods, genres and cultures.
With annual new home sales of just under two billion dollars, Baker Real Estate Incorporated is one of Canada’s most successful real estate companies. Baker specializes in the project marketing and sales of new home communities, including condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes as well as hotel condominiums and resort properties. The company was formed by Pat Baker and has grown into a prestigious group of real estate professionals, servicing Canada’s premier builders and developers in both local and international markets. Baker has offices in Toronto, Montreal and Singapore.
Project and Construction Management for Property Developers and Home Owners. A full-service, turnkey operation. Backed by more than 30 years of diverse, challenging experience and ferocious attention to meticulously planning even the smallest details. An extreme depth of experience in the construction of residential condominiums, rental apartment buildings, townhomes, custom homes and commercial projects. An intimate knowledge and understanding of the specific requirements of the Developer and Home Owner. An insistence on "getting it right!"
The creative design firm responsible for marketing of multiple successful condo and loft conversion projects in Toronto, Walsh works closely with developers to help them realize their vision and communicate it effectively to prospective buyers. Under the creative direction of Shakeel Walji, the firm is focused on creating bold brands, influencing the built form, initiating fresh ideas, and developing designs that have a strong visual presence in
the marketplace.
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