Aug. 12, 2011

History And Refinement Are The Foremost Attractions At Toronto's Waterfront Condominiums



Anybody that has walked down to Toronto's Waterfront can tell you that this place is exceedingly special. The Waterfront alludes style and history and feels like that little piece of paradise. There are shops and restaurants as well as cultural and family events to see, but perhaps the largest thrill you can find in Toronto’s Waterfront is living there in one of the impressive condominiums that are abundant.

TiptopLofts is situated on the lake close to the shopping and dining of the Quay and many entertainment stops at Toronto’s legendary Harbour front. The resurfaced stone facades out front and even some of the original light fittings in the lobby can fool you into thinking you’ve gone back in time.

Some of the appeal is the diversity of activities located in the small area that makes up the waterfront. With family activities, fine dining at one of the many restaurants, clubs and shops, the Ontario Place is not far away.

The 18 Yonge Apartments make you feel more as though you’re in the bustle of a cosmopolitan centre as you can detect the pulse of traffic out front. Style and class is considerable throughout the 39-story apartment block and it even has a 24-hour concierge who is around to see to your needs.

Another superior condo building on Toronto’s Waterfront is the Harbour Terrace Condominium seen at the Queen’s Quay and Spadina. Every unit has spectacular views of the lakes brought about by the imaginative design of of the building which positions each unit at a 45% angle.

The Toronto Symphony is just yards away from another splendid condo complex that is located at the south end of the city. Down town and water front amenities are close to the Pinnacle Centre and for people that enjoy being in good physical shape, there is an indoor pool and a fitness centre.

Conceivably the most luxury condominiums found at Toronto’s Waterfront are the appropriately named WaterClub Condominiums located at York Street and the Queen’s Quay. A luxury lobby sets the scene of this 3 phase complex and the exquisite granite countertops in the apartments say 'elegance'. Not to be bettered, these suites also have a pool that spans both indoors and outdoors as well as underground parking for people that are safety conscious

Still at the Toronto Waterfront but this time at the north of Lake Ontario, Ten Yonge Street is found To make the most of the view, these apartments have floor to ceiling windows, so an exemplary choice for individuals that like being near water.

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