The Bond Condo

A high-rise condo at Toronto

In the heart of the metropolis, surrounded by endless choices of entertainment options, lies your urabn oasis within The Bond. It steps to the city’s most celebrated culture, fashion, lifestyle and sporting landmarks. This building kept the traditional building of a previous 19th century building that was renovated and reconstructed. This is definitely an amazing building in the urban area.
Designed by CORE Architects and features interior design by Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc.. Development, The Bond is a soaring vision of translucent glass and steel with balconies and terraces punctuating its contemporary facade.



The location is extremely popular: living in the Entertainment District is living in the area where everything you need is nearby. Located around King St, Spadina Ave, and University Ave, this part of Toronto is one of the most urban neighbourhoods. It is a center of cultural attractions and nightlife. The most popular theatres are here, such as Princess of Wales Theatre. This area is a host of The Toronto International Film Festival happening every September.


The Bond Condos flaunts a 100 Walk Score, making it easy for resident to run errands on foot! There’s an Independent City Market within a 3 minute walk, so even grocery runs are easy here.

Public transit riders have bus stops for 4 routes right outside their front door, as well, there are streetcars on Queen and King for fast travel to subway stations. Car owners will be significantly less frustrated with traffic because it’s only a short drive south on Spadina for the Gardiner Expressway.




If you have kids, you have nothing to worry about on sending them out on a nearby school. Schools are just few minutes away from your residence, you can check Bond Academy, Sprucecourt Public School and many more.




You can you have nightlife options around every corner — you can check out the Town Crier for imported beer on John Street, there’s The Office Pub for Karaoke, The Porch for lively crowds on a rooftop deck, and countless pubs and clubs. And if nightlife doesn’t interest you, to the south you’ll find downtown Toronto’s biggest attractions in the Entertainment District.


Shopping and Grocery

If you love to shop until you drop then you have your work cut out for you; Queen Street is home to hundreds of boutiques, for everything from DIY materials to high end fashion. And on your shopping quest, you can grab an espresso from a charming café like Cafe Crepe, CoCo bubble tea, HotBlack Coffee, Queen Mother Café — and too many more to name. Whether you’re looking for food, craft beer, boutique shopping, or cozy cafes, Queen West has it in spades.

If you need some fresh air, David Pecaut Square is to the southeast where you’ll find benches, green grass, and the occasional farmer’s market.




The Bond offers an exquisite urban retreat for its residents and their guests to enjoy a private lounge with wet bar, special event kitchen and dining room, elegant double-sided fireplace, billiards lounge, golf simulator, and outdoor terrace and lounge. Amenities at The Bond include a fully equipped weight and cardio room, a yoga studio, and an outdoor pool and hot tub. There are also 245 parking places at an underground parking, and bicycle places.


Additionaly, it has an impressive podium Lobby, beautifully appointed with gleaming columns, lush plantings and art accents, welcomes visitors and residents. THE BOND offers a wide selection of one-, two- and three-bedroom suites and grand penthouses, designed and oriented for spectacular views and detailed with immaculate elegance.




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Lifetime Development’s remarkable portfolio of projects range from innovative condo developments to hotels, where their team continuously delivers unprecedented style, function, and amenities. They are consistently demonstrating the vision of identifying key locations assured for growth and influencing the evolution of dynamic urban communities. Lifetime remains at the lead of Toronto’s real estate and development sector.

The Bond Condo

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