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This south-west facing corner unit condo (with floor to ceiling windows!) could cure winter blues. Spend your summers outside and relish in the 300 sq ft wrap-around balcony! It’s like your own backyard patio, with the city skyline as your constant backdrop.
Luxury finishes are standard at CASA. The stylish kitchen is up-to-date and has space for everything. Stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, undermount sink plus an extra stand-alone kitchen cabinet for additional storage and counter space. The layout is incredibly functional and feels much larger than other condos of the same square footage. Underground parking included.
A two-minute walk from where the subways meet, and Toronto’s true centre: Bloor and Yonge.
Church Yonge Corridor is one of the most walkable neighbourhoods in the city, with a walkscore of 98/100. Seriously, the possibilities are endless when you’re in the middle of it all. Take Yonge St. south and enjoy a funky walk towards downtown. Walk north or west and revel in awesome shopping – Yorkville and the Manulife Centre a few blocks away (hello, Eataly!). Walk southeast to enjoy Church St. or southwest to get to Queens Park and UofT. Just a 10-minute walk from the ROM!
CASA really is one of our favourite buildings–with style and amenities that make you feel like you’re living in a boutique hotel. (No, really.) This pet-friendly, 100% non-smoking building has everything an urbanite could want: a cool lounge area with billiards and party rooms that opens to a deck complete with outdoor pool, hot tub and BBQ area, divided by sleek outdoor fireplaces. Plus all the good stuff: multiple fitness areas, media room/theatre, 24-hour concierge, visitor parking, guest suites and a secure bike storage room. The works!
5 Things We Love
- Style. The amenities, common areas and overall construction are a BIG step above what you normally see in Toronto condos. The 5th floor amenities are a must-see
- Location. many places say it, but Bloor and Yonge really IS the centre of Toronto
- View. A south-west corner suite with windows and balconies for days means the city skyline is always your backdrop
- The perfect size and layout. Second bed or work from home space. Convenient semi-ensuite bath open on both sides. Sliding doors for versatility.
- Amenities. The lounge areas, complete with outdoor deck, pool, hot tub and outdoor fireplaces…you really DO feel like you checked into a chic boutique hotel.
About Church-Yonge Corridor
A two-minute walk from Toronto’s real centre: Bloor and Yonge!
The Church-Yonge Corridor is where the big city hustle bustle is. There is so much to see and do here, from browsing the trendy shops on Church Street, taking a stroll through Allan Gardens, immersing yourself in a live theatre performance or visiting an iconic attraction. It’s easy to see why the Church-Yonge Corridor is considered one of Toronto’s most happening hoods.
Yonge Street (formerly listed as “the longest street in the world” by Guinness Book of Records) serves as the west side boundary, while Jarvis serves as the east. This happening hood is one of the city’s most heavily populated and busy areas. It includes the Church-Wellesley Village which hosts the city’s LGBT community, and every year when millions from around the world flock to the city for Pride Week, this is the centre of the action. The festival is a week-long celebration with concerts, exhibits, and of course the legendary Pride Parade.