384 Yonge Street Unit 20 – Retail Unit For Lease

384 Yonge Street – Building Details

Building Name: Aura at College Park

Address: 384 Yonge St – Unit 20, Toronto ON, M5G2K2

Neighbourhood: Yonge & Gerrard (Bay Street Corridor)

Developer: Canderel Stoneridge

Architect: Graziani + Corazza

Interior Designer: GCB Inside

Property Manager: Dash Property Management

Year Built: 2014

# of Storeys: 78

# of Residential Units: 985

Total Area: 257 sq. ft.

Retail Area: 128 sq. ft.

Price: $1,999 per month

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

About Aura

Long distance shot of 384 Yonge Street. It stands so tall among other buildings that are far less high.

As the city’s tallest condo, Aura is very hard to miss.

Located on 384 Yonge Street, Aura at College Park is Canada’s tallest condominium. The building soars 78-storeys and is a vision of steel, glass and LED lights perched atop a granite podium.

Aura’s upper floors are dedicated to residential units with suites ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. There’s also 40,000 sq. ft. of amenity space including an exercise centre, rec room, sauna, and more.

The Shops At Aura

Image of Aura from across the street. The photo shows so many people, cars, and also signs. Furthermore, we can see the upper floors above the shops.

Aura’s retail podium is located on Yonge & Gerrard, one of the busiest intersections in all of Toronto.

With over 150,000 sq. ft. of retail space, Aura is home to big brands like Marshalls, RBC, BMO, and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

Photo of 384 Yonge Street from distance. View shows so many windows, almost blue in colour, in addition to people and also bicycles.

Aura’s gorgeous podium boasts some impressive tenants.

The exterior is sleek and stylish, with cascading walls of reflective glass. And because the sidewalks are extra-wide, it allows for plenty of bicycle and foot traffic.

Photo shows huge sidewalks just outside 384 Yonge Street. Opposite the sidewalks is a bike station. So many people walking past.

Bigger sidewalks mean more people. There’s also a TTC bus stop close by.

Aura’s interior is no less stunning. Pot-lights, hanging artwork, and a soothing gray colour-scheme create the ideal shopping environment.

Photo of Aura's shops. We can see so many pot-lights and an almost pure gray colour scheme.

Great lighting, plenty of space, and contemporary artwork enhance the shopping experience.

Of all the shops in Aura’s retail podium, Unit 20 is the perfect place to start your new business (or open up a second location).

384 Yonge - Unit 20 at a glance.

Unit 20 at a glance.

At 128 sq. ft., it has more than enough space for products, services, or an office.

Photo of Unit 20 from the inside.

Unit 20 is the ideal size for a variety of businesses.

It’s also in a prime spot, located closer to Elevator 5 and the residential entrance than any other unit.

Image shows Unit 20 and escalators so close by.

Being this close to the escalator has its obvious advantages.

Another advantage is that it’s only a few feet from the staircase. This puts Unit 20 at the intersection of Aura’s retail podium, making it one of the first places customers see. It also means greater foot-traffic and exposure.

Photo of stairs and escalator with unit 20 at the centre.

Unit 20 is at the mid-point between the stairs and escalator, therefore increasing its visibility.

Finally, laminate floors, large glass windows, and bright lighting all make Unit 20 very inviting to customers.

Here we see the shops from inside unit 20.

Store owners also get a nice view of their surroundings.

About Yonge & Gerrard

Image of 384 Yonge Street from a distance. So much traffic, cars, and also rather tall buildings.

Ryerson University is right across the street.

What makes Aura the perfect business opportunity? 3 words: Location! Location! Location!

Here why it can’t be beat:

First, Aura already has thousands of residents living in the building, which creates an endless flow of customers.

Shot of 384 Yonge Street from another side.

Because 384 Yonge Street combines residential with retail, your customers could be living right above you!

Second, it’s situated on Yonge Street (Toronto’s busiest road) so businesses can expect constant traffic.

Photo of Yonge Street. So many people crossing the street.

Yonge Street’s famous “Pedestrian scramble.” (Image Credit: Enoch Leung, Wikimedia)

Third, its retail podium is close to the PATH, Toronto’s underground network of shops and services.

Your PATH To Success

Photo of PATH sign.

PATH is the world’s largest underground shopping complex. (Image Credit: Raysonho, Wikimedia)

According to Metro News, “Condos connected to the PATH system are highly desirable and appeal to people who work in the downtown core.” Since Aura’s retail podium links up with PATH, businesses stand to benefit from the steady stream of commuters.

Photo of Toronto PATH tunnel.

PATH connects Aura to vital parts of Toronto. (Image Credit: Diego Torres Silvestre, Wikimedia)

Another advantage of Aura’s PATH connection is the sheer variety of customers. This includes affluent professionals from the Financial District, young students from University of Toronto and Ryerson, and 100,000+ pedestrians who pass through Yonge-Dundas Square everyday, many of whom are tourists looking to spend money.

In fact, Yonge and Dundas is believed to be the busiest intersection in all of Canada, with 56 million annual visitors. Best of all, it’s only a 5-minute walk from 384 Yonge Street!

Yonge and Dundas Square at night.

Yonge and Dundas Square is always bustling with tourists and locals. (Image Credit: Pedro Szekely, Wikimedia)

Like Aura’s retail podium, Yonge and Dundas is also part of the PATH network, so businesses can take advantage of the 200,000+ commuters, tourists and residents who pass through each day.

In addition to linking Aura with Yonge and Dundas, PATH also connects to 75 office towers, 9 hotels, popular tourist destinations like the CN Tower and Eaton Centre, and Toronto’s busiest transit hub, Union Station.

Union Station photo.

Union Station connects commuters to PATH, which connects them to Aura. (Image Credit: The City of Toronto, Flickr)

All of this means shops operating in Aura’s retail podium have direct and indirect access to an endless flow of customers. From Bay Street traders to chic university students and tourists with money to splurge, 384 Yonge Street is the perfect place to do business.

The WOW Factor

Shoppers at Aura.

Shoppers at Aura.

As Toronto’s tallest condo, 384 Yonge Street is already a landmark. That immediately gives it prestige.

Add to that it’s unbeatable location on Yonge and Gerrard, its proximity to Bay Street, the Garden District, Yonge and Dundas Square, 2 major universities, and the thousands of tourists, office workers, and students who use Toronto PATH everyday, and you’ve got everything you need to run a successful business.

 

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