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A high-rise condo at Toronto
This Menkes Developments grand masterpiece is at the heart of the Financial District in Toronto. This high rise condo towers over the area, overlooking Lake Ontario and the various surrounding parks. Harbour Plaza was designed to meet the specifications of those with elegant taste and lofty ambitions.
With its spectacular views, luscious amenities and direct access to the Path, Harbour Plaza is the ideal resident for those who want to be entertained, who enjoy to shop and who take pleasure in a sumptuous meal. You are steps away from all that. In terms of suit specifications, all suits have a smooth finished ceiling throughout, awning-style operable windows and solid security entry doors with designer hardware.
Located at 90 Harbour Street, Toronto in the Financial District neighbourhood
5-minute walk from highly rated Japanese restaurant ‘Miku Toronto’
5-minute walk Real Sports, a highly rated sports bar
6-minute walk to the Wine Shop
7-minute drive to CF Toronto Eaton Centre mall
Nearby parks include Grange Park, Berczy Park and St. James Park
Surrounded by restaurants and quaint gift shops as well as Lake Ontario.
Harbour Plaza is located at 90 Harbour Street, Toronto in the Financial District neighbourhood. The impressive structures that make up a good portion of Toronto’s impressive skyline are just the opening features of how this area happens to be excitingly wondrous. The area is very comfortable and pleasant to partake in a walk as most of the shops and restaurants are close by. Residents will find Harbour Street a bustling place with strong energy and vibrancy.
The development has a decent transportation network. Residents can easily walk to a nearby Union Station which is only 7 to 9-minutes away. Traveling long distance using the train station is the ideal way to get around. But should you plan to stay in the Financial District, then walking is the ideal and preferred way to access the places and stores that you need.
The area possesses its fair share of academic establishments. There’s the Smith School of Business which is only a 10-minute walk away from the condo. There’s also Canada School of Public Service and Sain Joeseph’s Secondary School which are closer only 7-minute away. Schools from all levels and degree specifications are readily available near Harbour Plaza.
There are some fun activities to perform besides shopping and eating in the Financial District. After all, Lake Ontario is nearby and some do partake in the occasional water sports such as canoeing or bike riding along the lake. There is a natural beauty to the area which residents can take advantage of once they step out of the urban areas and into the park. There’s an abundance of beauty waiting for your attendance. Notably in Grange Park, Berczy Park and St. James Park.
Harbour Plaza will be 66-stories tall with 1305 units. Units will be suits varying in square footage. Units will range from about 329 square feet to about 1,663 square feet.
Residents will also have access to wholesome amenities that contrast with the building’s sophisticated furnishings. A modern and friendly lobby is the perfect place to welcome guests and friends. Other than that, there will be a fully-equipped Juice Bar with an indoor pool area. There’s also a BBQ area and a party room. To top things off, there’s a comfortable outdoor terrace and relaxing lounge area.
Menkes is one of the most trusted names in the Toronto marketplace, with over 60 years of experience and landmark mixed-use projects including Four Seasons Hotel & Residences in Yorkville, Empress Walk in North York City Centre, and Harbour Plaza / One York in the South Core district. As one of the largest private developers in Canada, Menkes is a fully-integrated, multi-disciplinary real estate organization, that engages in both residential and commercial/retail development, with in-house design, construction, customer care and property management teams.
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