The Gallery
25 Grenville Street.

The Gallery sits on the former site of the B. M. & T. Jenkins Antique and Art Gallery on Grenville Street, just between Bay Street and Yonge Street.

Designed by Sproatt & Rolph Architects, the gallery dates back to the early 1900s and was the primary importer of antique mahogany and rosewood furniture in Toronto. The building still retains the original brick facade of the gallery that merges with its 26-storey post-modern concrete tower. Developed by First College Grenville Holdings Inc., the condominium was completed in 1990.

Offering 250 suites, the Gallery features a classically decorated lobby with marble accents and convenient 24-hour concierge and security. Building amenities include an exercise room, squash and racquet court, and rooftop terrace with barbecue area.


25 Grenville Street is advantageously positioned between Bay Street and Yonge Street, just one block north of College Street. Because of its location, the building sits on a relatively quiet and serene street but is just half a block away from the excitement and convenience of downtown living. The Gallery is also minutes to the MaRS Discovery District, College Park, Ryerson University, the University of Toronto St. George Campus, major hospitals and research centres, City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, and the Ontario College of Art & Design. All of these points of interest offer well rounded cultural and dining options. College Station, Queen's Park Station, and the 506 Carlton streetcar are just around the corner and offer convenient mobility options.


▪ 24-hour concierge and security
▪ exercise room
▪ party & recreation room
▪ rooftop lounge with barbecues
▪ sauna
▪ squash/racquet court
▪ theatre room
▪ visitor parking
Suite Features.

25 Grenville Street offers a mix of studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom suites ranging in size from 420 square feet to 1,020 square feet for a two bedroom, two full bathroom unit. There are no balconies, but floor plans allow for generous solariums that can easily double as a home office or guest room. Sliding glass doors in the solariums ensure that the suite is bathed in natural light. Ample storage space can be found with double closets, and most kitchens feature a breakfast bar.