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High-rise condo and Townhouse at Toronto
Fort York has seen a renaissance in recent years as a result of its fantastic position – previously neglected by developers, this neighborhood is now the scene of a condo boom, which should be music to the ears of potential purchasers.
The Yards at Fort York is a 28-story skyscraper located at 20 Bruyeres Mews in the historic Fort York neighborhood near the Garrison Common. This structure, which was completed in 2015, is a contemporary glass skyscraper that is ideally adapted to the high density region in which it is located.
Owners will have access to Fort York’s developing and historically rich Fort York area, a combination of lush outdoor open spaces and well-known cultural sites such as harbour front centre and CNE.
Nature enthusiasts may take a stroll around Garrison Common or The Waterfront, where the Martin Goodman Trail links to lakefront parks and offers a variety of recreational opportunities. While working up a sweat isn’t necessary, a relaxed picnic could be more enjoyable. A near proximity to the Entertainment District ensures no shortage of entertainment options, including the CN Tower for the EdgeWalk, and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada for ogling deep-sea strangeities.
This skyscraper has 412 downtown Toronto condominiums, providing buyers with a plethora of options. 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom + den, and 3 bedroom condominiums are available in a variety of layouts and exposures. Suite sizes range from 452 to 1550 square feet for the biggest apartments.
All suites are open concept and maximize space. Hardwood floors, contemporary kitchens with stainless steel equipment, 10 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and large private balconies are among the features available to prospective purchasers.
For over half a century, Onni has been building communities for people to live, work, and play. Having constructed over 15000 new homes, Onni’s expertise expands across North American cities such as Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Phoenix, Toronto, and Vancouver.