High-rise condo in Toronto
This condominium building is an investment opportunity in one of the neighborhoods in Toronto that is recognized for its high level of vitality and diversity. On each and every street corner, there is a bar, a café, a street vendor selling freshly prepared food, and a tiny shop.
If a site has a score of 100, it means that it is very easy to reach via public transit. The availability of public transportation in all areas enables convenient and uncomplicated travel. In front of the entrance to the condominium building is a streetcar stop that is staffed around the clock. When traveling by vehicle, the distance between the Dundas Station, Queen, and King Metro stations may be covered in less than eight minutes.
It is possible to walk to the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, a subway line, and the College streetcar, all of which are accessible by foot and operate constantly. Both the Financial District and the Bay Street Corridor are ideal options for people seeking easily accessible employment.
This area has some of the highest condo sales prices, real estate appreciation, and rental rates in the city. This vibrant and busy neighborhood is characterized by a huge number of residential structures; thus, there is a strong need for commercial facilities to suit the needs of the local people. The approximately 11-minute drive to Gerrard Square is simple and entertaining for both residents and visitors. This neighborhood retail district’s tenants include department shops, fashion enterprises, and fast-service restaurants.
The ceiling height is between 10 and 12 feet. Suite entrance – custom-designed entry door with a substantial core Interior doors – 8′ paint grade solid core . Hardware specified by the designer Baseboards – seven 1.25 foot baseboards Marble, limestone, or granite tiles, engineered hardwood planks or solid hardwood flooring. Flooring – Porcelain, marble, granite, sealed limestone tiles, engineered hardwood planks or solid hardwood.