A Visit Up To The Penthouse & Super Penthouse of the Trump Residences Toronto

Today, we feature the Trump Residences Toronto‘s Penthouse and Super Penthouse suites, but first, let’s talk Trump.

The Trump Residences Toronto is situated at Bay and Adelaide Streets in the heart of the financial district in Toronto. You can feel the pulse of the city-run through this area as people go to and from work, or tourists head to close-by attractions, venues and some of Toronto’s best restaurants. Easy access to the PATH via Scotia Bank Plaza, situated just steps from the Trump, makes it a breeze to hop on the TTC and get to anywhere in the downtown core within minutes.

After a long day at work, the in-house Rolls-Royce drops you off at the port cochere. You walk through the grand revolving doors of the Trump lobby where your friends are waiting for you to grab a quick bite and happy hour drinks at The Calvin Bar, conveniently located on the lobby floor. Post-catch-up, you’re ready to retreat to your penthouse. You walk across the main lobby to the private residence elevators, and go up 32 floors to the Sky Lobby. A very cheerful concierge greets you and tells you that a package has arrived for you (it’s those new, tailored clothes you bought) and you and your new wardrobe head up 20+ floors to your suite. Welcome, you’re home to your very own penthouse, Suite 5501.

The Penthouse, 55th floor, please.


As you arrive on the 55th floor, the elevator doors open to your own private lobby entrance. You enter your penthouse and step into a large hallway with high, coffered ceilings. You walk forward into the grand living room, open and airy with large surrounding windows and amazing city views. The 4,213 sq. ft. suite, decorated by Emy Hamamy from Hamamy Design, features three bathrooms, three bedrooms, two rooftop terraces and an abundance of closet space (you definitely need it for your new wardrobe!) Befitting such a grand Penthouse, all the fabrics displayed are of the highest end – Beacon Hill, Donghai, Italian brocade silks and Fortuni silk in the master bedroom, with Kravet, Paul Smith and Fendi pillows. Carpets throughout the suite are from W Studio, Elte and Minster.
The high ceilings, beautiful trims, and overall furniture-featuring layout bring a lot of personality to where your living and is sure to inspire guests to take some notes and try to copy your interior ideas.
The kitchen, the center of the household, is functional and stylish, with integrated Miele® appliances and Rubinet® faucets.

And of course, the amenities at the Trump are an extension of your luxurious suite…they really make the downtown hustle and bustle disappear. You have full access to all the Forbes Five-Star 24-hour services,  a dedicated concierge, security, house car valet, housekeeping, in-room dining, and catering, with every detail attended to in order to ease everyday living. Amenities also include a two-level spa, state-of-the-art fitness centre, infrared sauna, and a 65-foot saltwater infinity-edge lap pool, a cleanstream “spa tub” and America by Oliver & Bonacini gives you access to modern fine dining open 7 days a week.

So after a night of swimming, and sleeping above the city, you are ready to get suited up in your walk-in closet, and take on the day!

The Super Penthouse, above Bay Street.

This three-floor crown on top of the Trump Residences Toronto showcases two floors that have a nice wide layout, but the most conversational thing about this particular piece is the top. The top almost has a clocktower-esqe look to it and would make an incredible living room, recreational room, or the most amazing basketball half-court in Toronto. Hear that, Toronto Raptors?

This Super Penthouse is completely undone, raw, ready for someone to take over the whole space as a blank canvas, with plenty of outdoor space facing every direction. This would be the perfect place for anyone who would want to live like the Wolf of Bay Street.

If you had the money to purchase the fully-furnished Penthouse or the blank-canvassed Super Penthouse, which one would you pick?