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Your very own beautiful condominium with the most up-to-date contemporary finishes and an amazing array of lifestyle facilities, all in a neighbourhood that provides the best in convenience and elegance. Do you think it’s a dream? Please pinch yourself!
The grey brick, geometric design of Cloud9 Condominium is intriguing enough, but it’s the red brick accents at the top of the façade that truly catches the eye.
Hello and welcome to Cloud9.
The Cloud 9 Condos is situated in the West Humber-Claireville neighbourhood in Toronto, which is an amazingly diverse community, as shown by the languages heard on the streets.
The community is also defined by its convenience to the TTC public transportation system, closeness to schools, urban amenities such as shopping, dining, and its proximity to a plethora of natural scenic beauties such as parks, streams, conservation areas, and much more!
Regardless of how one wants to get about, living at 60 Esther Lorrie Drive makes the city as accessible as ever. Those who rely on public transportation will appreciate the building’s secondary entrance at the intersection of Kipling Avenue and Esther Lorrie Drive.
Residents just need to travel one block south to reach a TTC bus stop. The 45 Kipling bus stops here before heading north and south along Kipling Road. This bus route may also take residents to Kipling Subway Station, Downsview Park Subway Station, or Wilson Subway Station.Drivers will also benefit from Kipling Street, a significant arterial route that connects to two major highways: the 409 and the 401.
The area is ideal for family life since it meets one of the parents’ primary priorities, education. There are wonderful schools around that provide children with a good education.
West Humber Junior Middle School, St. Benedict Catholic School, Thistletown Collegiate Institute, and West Humber Collegiate Institute are just a few of the excellent schools in the area.
The Cloud9 Condos are only a few steps away from the Humber River. Residents can spend their free time exploring the riverfront pathways. For families with young kids who wish to spend the day outside, Thistletown Park, Masseygrove Park, and Garland Park are all nearby parks.
Restaurants and stores are not as densely packed as in the central core, although residents at 60 Esther Lorrie Dr. may find about everything they require along Kipling Avenue, which has a No Frills, an LCBO, and other services.
Living at Cloud9 Condominium at 60 Esther Lorrie Dr. could entail a variety of things. When living a hectic lifestyle, a one-bedroom unit may be all that is required. Those looking to move in with a little family, or start one may feel perfectly at home in the building’s larger units.
While the building’s 12 storeys aren’t quite “in the clouds,” it’s worth noting that residents feel like they’re on cloud9 when they spend nice sunny afternoons on the building’s rooftop terrace, grilling a barbecue with family and friends.
A fitness centre and indoor pool are also available to residents as part of building amenities, as is a party room, underground parking with guest places and bike storage, and a concierge.
The roots of the Lash Group of Companies go back to 1955 when Abe Blankenstein founded Falco Electric. This company evolved into Falco Properties, which quickly became one of the largest property and industrial owners in Canada The company’s portfolio continued to evolve and grow, building more than 12 high-rise apartment complexes as well as millions of square feet of industrial and commercial space in the GTA. In the late 90’s, most of the firm’s industrial portfolio was sold off and the company was renamed and continued to pioneer new thinking in rental buildings, a retirement community, exceptional condominiums in Toronto and Florida, as well as over 1,000 single family dwellings.