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The Ritz-Carlton Toronto is positioned in the epicenter of Toronto’s Entertainment District. Directly across the street from David Pecaut Square, home to Toronto Fashion Week and Roy Thompson Hall, steps to some of Toronto’s renowned theatres such as the Royal Alexandra Theatre, The Princess of Wales Theatre as well as TIFF Bell Lightbox, headquarters and site of The Toronto International Film Festival. In addition to The Ritz-Carlton Toronto, the area is home to many other luxurious five-star hotel-residences including Shangri-La Toronto, Bisha Hotel & Residences and The St Regis Residences.
If you are a foodie, you can dine at many fine restaurants in the vicinity, including several that are Michelin-rated, and if you like to see and be seen, the downtown nightlife pulsates with the hippest bars, dance clubs and live music lounges; just ask The Residences’ 24-hour concierge for the latest “it” spot. Alternatively, you can also dazzle your way home through the Ritz Carlton 5-Star Hotel Lobby to indulge in dinner and cocktails at the Ritz Bar, Tica Italian restaurant or DEQ Terrace & Lounge Mediterranean Restaurant. When the pantry is running low, residents can head over to the Longo’s Maple Leaf Square, which takes around 10 minutes to reach on food.
Shopaholic? Stroll over to the myriad of chic fashion boutiques along Queen Street and King Street or to the Toronto Eaton Centre, the city’s largest shopping complex. And if it’s haute couture you’re after, Yorkville is just a quick cab ride north to Bloor Street.
Of course, there are lots of schools that your children can have their learning in a peaceful environment. You can enroll them at Alpha Alternative Junior School, Ogden Junior Public School, Wilfrid Laurier University or at Keystone International Schools.
Toronto‘s Lakeshore is a playground for outdoor activities. The Residences are conveniently centered in the city’s “Black-Tie” district where world-renowned entertainment venues await your arrival. And if you’re a sports enthusiast, you’ll enjoy cheering on your favourite baseball, hockey or basketball team at one of two premiere sports centres just minutes away. And they don’t call it the Entertainment District for nothing: the attractions surrounding the Residences of the Ritz Carlton are so abundant they are hard to count. Within a short walk, residents can reach the Rogers Centre and the Scotiabank Arena for concerts and sporting events, the CN Tower, the Ripley’s Aquarium, and the Harbourfront Centre and Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
For those who doesn’t want to drive, the subway is thankfully just around the corner. The PATH provides residents with direct access to the subway, and also acts as a way to get around the city on foot without having to go outside.
St. Andrew Station takes about 6 minutes to reach, with a trip to Union Station taking just a few minutes more. From either of these, subway trains heading north or south will transport travelers to numerous areas around the city.
Drivers can quickly hop onto the Gardiner Expressway, making a ride east or west as painless as can be. Also, the condo is minutes away to Billy Bishop City Island Airport.
Graywood Developments is a private investment management company, focusing on developing real estate within Canada and the United States for over three decades. They have impressive portfolio in all aspects of project management, including residential, commercial and industrial real estate. Also, they have well experience from legal approvals, design, sales, construction management to financing. They’re behind several affluent condominium and townhome communities all across the GTA.
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