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The Conservatory Group‘s Infinity 3 of the Infinity collection, a new exciting development in Toronto, offers 407 stunning units on the east tower, which is 35 storeys tall, and the west tower, which is 19 floors tall.
Open concept living is reflected in the building’s dramatic interior design, large windows, and huge spaces designed by Richmond Architects. Large balconies provide expansive, magnificent vistas. An incredibly high level of workmanship, as well as the most recent styles, accents, and luxury finishes, combine to provide you with the utmost in urban condominium living.
Welcome to Infinity 3 — an address unlike any other in Toronto‘s Waterfront Communities – The Island neighbourhood. Located between the Rogers Centre and the Air Canada Centre, with views of the CN Tower, Convention Centre, and Toronto’s lively waterfront.
Surrounded by the vibrant rhythm and pulse of the urban matrix, residents are close to a diverse range of excellent schools and institutions, various shopping and dining options, chic boutiques, bakeries, bars, and accessible commute, and parklands and recreational areas for year-round enjoyment.
Because of the area’s flawless transit score, Infinity 3 residents enjoy access to world-class public transportation at all times. This simply implies that owning a car in the region is indeed a luxury rather than a necessity. 19 Grand Trunk Crescent is within a 5-minute walk from the Queens Quay West Harbourfront Centre station on the 310 Spadina, 509 Harbourfront, and 510 Spadina buses.
In addition, the Toronto Island Ferries operate seven days a week, all year round, shuttling Island inhabitants to and from the mainland. It takes around 10 minutes to go from the mainland to the Ward’s Island pier.
Because of its closeness to some of the greatest schools and institutions, students are most likely the demographic for which the region is most suited. Junior students have several options, including Jean Lumb Public School, Keystone Schools, St. Michael Catholic School, and Saint Joseph’s High School.
Northeastern University – Toronto, which is roughly a 13-minute walk away, is an option for post-secondary students.
Infinity 3 condominiums are in an excellent location. Only an 8-minute drive away is the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a long-standing multilevel mall. In addition, wonderful restaurants and cafés are close.
Aside from urban luxuries, this location provides fantastic outdoor space just outside your front door for a more relaxed lifestyle. Some of the nearby parks and recreation spaces include Bobbie Rosenfeld Park, Olympic Park, and Grange Park, which are ideal for family picnics or outings.
The Conservatory Group‘s Infinity 3 condo construction was finished in 2014 and is located at 19 Grand Trunk Crescent in Toronto.
This building will feature 407 units and will be 35 stories tall with homes ranging in size from 697 to 970 square feet with one to two bedrooms layouts.
This building’s interior finishes raise the standard condominium to a new degree of luxury.
Each unit has laminate flooring in the living room, dining room, den, and study, granite kitchen countertops, 6 appliances including a stainless steel refrigerator, a stainless steel electric self-cleaning range, a built-in stainless steel dishwasher, and a fully installed stacked washing machine and front-loading dryer, as well as a kitchen backsplash.Workout facilities, a Yoga/Aerobics facility, a gymnasium, a billiards room, a table tennis room, guest suites, an indoor jacuzzi, a library, massage rooms, a movie screen room, men’s and women’s change rooms, a board room, a party room with kitchen facilities, an indoor pool, sauna, and a rooftop terrace are also accessible.
The Conservatory Group has been building landmark condominiums all across the GTA for over 50 years. They have built in some of the most desired address that includes areas from North York, Mississauga, Thornhill, and Midtown and Downtown Toronto. They’ve built from high-rise to low-rise condos to even townhouses, creating many communities along the way.