High-rise condo in Toronto
In the existing neighborhood of Mystic Pointe, iLoft will overlook the lake and Toronto Skyline. Just seconds from the Gardiner Expressway and 10 minutes from downtown Toronto, iloft is a perfect option for commuters. In addition to an abundance of shops, restaurants, and entertainment, there are wonderful walking and bike routes along the coastline.
Located at 155 Legion Rd N, iLofts by Camrost Felcorp is a condo building with 27 stories and 254 apartments. These condos for sale in Toronto were finished in 2011, with apartments ranging in size from 400 to 1400 square feet. What makes a Mimico condo for sale most desirable is the neighborhood’s amenities.
It takes just a hop, skip, and a jump to reach the greatest urban cuisine, music, art, and culture. Yonge and Gerrard is an excellent investment opportunity in downtown Toronto due to its closeness to a number of significant local monuments and organizations. The hotel is located within five minutes’ walking distance of Ryerson University, Yonge-Dundas Square, and Eaton’s Centre.
This neighborhood is often served by Toronto’s public transport system, with bus and streetcar lines passing right outside the lobby’s front doors. Your apartment is within walking distance of the College and Dundas subway stations, which provide access to the rest of the city. The location of iLoft at Mystic Pointe is nearly incomprehensibly handy to public transportation. Moreover, the condominium’s location on Yonge Street, the world’s longest and most connected thoroughfare, may be helpful for car owners.
Both the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Art and Design are easily accessible through public transit. Due to its proximity to prestigious universities, this area is great for landlords seeking renters and students seeking housing. The distance between Ryerson University and the University of Toronto is about three minutes for Ryerson and fifteen minutes for the University of Toronto. In addition, George Brown College is within five minutes’ drive of this property.
Next to the property is High Park, which has a nature center, outdoor pool, off-leash dog park, zoo, and Gardiner Pond. Other parks and attractions in the city include the Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Sunnyside Beach, the Ritchie Avenue Parkette, Lithuania Park, Erwin Krickhahn Park, Baird Park, and MacGregor Playground.
Unique glass and panel-clad structure on a planted platform. Shared controlled entry with a waterfall and a reflecting pond. Contemporary lobby including a concierge desk. Telephone entry system Windows with tinted double glazing and thermal insulation. There are three high-speed elevators with custom-made cabs. The designer chose broadloom for passageways. Recycling-capable garbage chute
Except for the kitchen, laundry closet, bathrooms, and bulkhead drops, the ceilings are textured white. Plan calls for laminate plank flooring in the entryway, living/dining room, and kitchen. Two-story lofts with wood veneered open riser steps, paint-grade closed stringers, and metal and glass handrails. In the halls, bedroom(s), den, and appropriate closets, sisal-style broadloom is installed on the subfloor. Painted interior slab swing doors with painted wood door frames and brushed chrome hardware.