Just the Facts
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The Entertainment District
About the Property
We (totally) get you. It’s not time to settle down, build a nest, and hibernate all winter. That’s not your style! So live here. We dare you. It’s at the heart of the action…31-storeys from ground-level, staring at skyline and waterfront views, in Toronto’s Entertainment District. When you step outside, you’ll be stepping onto Front Street. That’s right, no matter what direction you choose there’s something to do, see, buy, eat…it’s all there. Not to mention the nightlife…
And the condo? 1 bedroom/1 bathroom plus a den, low-maintenance living, modern, bright, and comes with parking and an instant membership to Club Vista. Yep, it’s never been easier to take care of yourself, relax, and enjoy your best life. Club Vista is a 2-storey residents-only retreat with a pool, hot tub, sauna, weight room, workout facilities, basketball court, and spa. Our point? It’s there for you to use. That is, whenever your busy social schedule opens up…
Walking distance to everything good in the Entertainment and Financial districts, Queen Street shopping, restaurants, clubs, cafes, and (maybe) even work. Not a ‘walker’? (Hey, it’s getting cold out, we don’t blame you). Transit is right there (everywhere) outside your front door AND this unit comes with a parking spot––did we mention that already?
The only thing you need to do is decide where to go. Hey, we said there would be action and we don’t break our promises.
Things We LOVE
- The action: Jays or Leafs fan? Walk to the games. Foodie? Eat out. Social butterfly? You’re in the right place.
- The ceilings: 9 ft. high, makes the condo feel bigger.
- The building: Modern design, every amenity you could dream of, totally awesome.
- The views: Panoramic vistas of Toronto from floor-to-ceiling windows on the 31st floor.
- The lifestyle: Very little upkeep or maintenance and never a dull moment.
The Entertainment District
The Entertainment District is lively and hip. There’s so much to do and see here…no matter what direction you go. Scotiabank Arena, the Rogers Center, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Princess of Wales Theater, Roy Thompson Hall, and TIFF Bell Lightbox, are just some of the more ‘touristy’ attractions available locally. But there’s an endless scroll of restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs, art galleries, high-end furniture stores, and activities to see and do here too. If you’re someone who is energized by people, interested in art and culture, works downtown, and loves everything about Toronto….this is where you should live. You’ll never miss a beat and everyday is full of sights and sounds.