High-Rise Condo in Toronto
The 1075 Bay Street Condos are the pinnacle of opulence. In addition to its spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding urban environment, this 66-story condominium skyscraper will provide large indoor and outdoor amenities that provide residents with luxury services and facilities. And thanks to its excellent location, you may reach any downtown location within minutes. The property is next to the Bloor-Yonge Subway Station and the Wellesley Subway Station, providing residents with access to world-class transportation.
Canderel Residential is currently constructing the 1075 Bay Street Condos at 1075 Bay Street in Toronto. The 1075 Bay Street Condos has 540 units in total.
The 1075 Bay Street Condos complex is situated at 1075 Bay Street in the Bay Street Corridor neighborhood of downtown Toronto. The apartment is situated between the Fashion District and the Entertainment District, both of which have some of the most famous pubs and clubs in the city. Residents can stroll to some of the city’s best eating, shopping, and entertainment options thanks to the apartment’s prime location.
The new development received a score of 98 out of 100 for its walkability and 92 out of 100 for its public transit accessibility. In close proximity to the building’s main entrance is a streetcar station that is open 24 hours a day. Both the Bloor-Yonge and College subway stations are around 7 minutes distant on foot from the property. The condo provides easy access to the Gardiner Expressway, which links northern Greater Toronto Area towns to nearby Ontario cities such as Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, and Scarborough.
The condo is next to the St. George Campus of the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and George Brown College. James Canning Gardens, George Hislop Park, and Norman Jewison Park are all within walking distance.
Condominium residents seeking professional prospects would like the condo’s proximity to the city’s commercial hub. In addition, a number of Toronto’s best tourist destinations are accessible on foot from the condominiums. The Eaton Centre, Dundas Square, and the Royal Ontario Museum are popular tourist destinations.
The 1075 Bay Condominiums will be a 66-story skyscraper with 528 apartments. There will be a combination of one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. Units will vary in size from around 570 to 980 square feet.
The ground floor of the condominium will have 8,900 square feet of retail space. From the second level to the fourteenth floor, a total of 263,200 square feet will be designated for office use. In addition, the structure will have a six-level underground parking garage with 201 car spaces and 639 bicycle spaces.