Just the Facts
March 19th 2020
Condo Fee Inclusions:
Water, heat, condo element, building insurance
Bay Street Corridor
About the Property
This condo is proof that good things come in small packages. With sleek, modern finishes in every room of this newer build, what this condo lacks in size, it makes up for in style. The living area has floor to ceiling windows. From here, you can walk out to a balcony big enough to set up for an afternoon. Great light inside, amazing views outside – there is a lot to love about this space.
The kitchen features an interesting tile backsplash, hidden refrigerator and waterfall quartz counter island (with power). Pull up a stool to enjoy a quick bite or a glass of wine with friends. The bedroom has all the things you think you have to sacrifice in a unit this size – a real window, real door and a really generous closet. And that’s not the only place to tuck things away. You’ll find a surprising amount of storage here, and there’s a locker for the things you don’t need all the time.
Top 5 Things We Love:
- This bedroom is the real deal – with a window, door and closet.
- The kitchen is fancy and functional with an island that makes the perfect prep surface or place to eat or entertain.
- It still has that “new condo” feel. There’s nothing to do but move in and enjoy.
- Big beautiful view from the surprisingly spacious balcony means you can always grab a breath of fresh air.
- There’s more storage than you expect. You and your stuff will feel right at home, with a locker for seasonal storage.
About The Building
This is a sharp looking building. From the lobby to the 66th floor, this building has style for days. International Interior and Design Firm Burdifilek, who also worked on swoony projects like W Hotels, Holt Renfrew and Club Monaco New York, have created a memorable aesthetic for the building you’ll be proud to call home. Amenities include a concierge, gym, meeting room, party room, rooftop deck and visitor parking. The coolest thing – in our humble opinion – is the infinity pool, located on the 66th floor. Seriously, you need to head up and have a look if you’re in the building.
About the Neighbourhood and Lifestyle
Home to a diverse mix of working professionals and university students, the Bay St. Corridor is one of Toronto’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. The neighbourhood offers almost every amenity. Two universities are within walking distance, as are dining, entertainment, and shopping options. If you work in healthcare, you’re a short walk from hospital row, and the financial district is a quick subway ride away. The Bay St. Corridor is in the middle of the action, day and night. Convenient access to the Gardiner Expressway makes getting out of the heart of Toronto for a weekend getaway a piece of cake.
Bay Street Corridor
The Bay Street Corridor is a flurry of commerce and ambition. Looking out of your 49th-floor penthouse, for example, it wouldn’t be uncommon to stare at a major banking tower, or see people working at their desks, very far away, while you eat your scrambled eggs. Sipping on your coffee, you would stare out at this ‘concrete jungle’ and marvel at it – seemingly suspended, quietly, high above the clouds.