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229 Yonge St #500, Toronto M5B1N9
Phone: (416) 863-0202
Shelter Canadian Properties
705 King St W, Toronto M5V2W8
Phone: (416) 504-7375
Public Transit, Security Guard, Enter Phone System, Parking Garage, BBQs, Elevator, Pets AllowedMAINTENANCE FEE INCLUDES
Common Element Maintenance, Building Insurance, Heat, WaterTWENTY NIAGARA - 20 NIAGARA ST
Featuring an eclectic glass and concrete exterior that is still nevertheless charming and attractive to the eye, Twenty Niagara was constructed in 1999 at 20 Niagara St (hence the condo’s namesake), using a design method that was a couple of years before its time, which led to (and still leads to) a great deal of curb appeal. Developed by Context Developments, and currently under the management of Shelter Canadian Properties, Twenty Niagara stands at 6 storeys tall, and contains a total of 22 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, as well as 2-bedroom plus den condo units (of which the smallest of these units is 901 feet², and the largest of which is 2885 feet²). Contained within each of these units are a selection of features existing for the benefit and enjoyment of homebuyers, with examples of these features including hardwood flooring, concrete columns, gas stoves, fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling windows for letting lots of natural light in, and private balconies, as well as high ceilings.As for what can be found in the building itself, buyers will have access to a variety of amenities that will serve as a further improvement to the quality of their lives while living in Twenty Niagara, examples being B.B.Q stations, a security guard service, an elevator service, and a parking garage, along with an enter phone system. When combined with not only the in-unit features, but also the historical average PSF of this location (which is consistently increasing), any real estate investors with an interest in Twenty Niagara will stand a very good chance of seeing a positive return on their investment here.When homebuyers of Twenty Niagara step out onto the streets surrounding 20 Niagara St, the first thing they may immediately notice is the presence of the Victoria Memorial Square Park literally right next to this condo building, where buyers can sit and relax amongst a sizable slice of greenery and take a break from the urban hustle and bustle of the city of Toronto. By taking a quick walk westward on Niagara St to Bathurst St, homebuyers can get access to both a TTC transit bus and a TTC streetcar via their respective stops at this intersection. By heading south on Bathurst St, then east along Front St W to Bay St, buyers will come to the Union Station, the largest TTC subway station in Toronto, due to it also servicing the VIA Rail trains and GO trains.By hopping on the TTC subway or the GO train, the amount of locations one can travel opens up immeasurably across Toronto. For shopping, by heading north on Bathurst St to King St W, homebuyers will have access to a huge amount of restaurants, fast food places, pubs/bars, grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, gas stations, cafes/coffee shops, along with a great deal of smaller, privately-owned boutique stores along King St in particular. As for those motorists who would like to get access to the nearest highway, they need only head south on Bathurst St to Front St W, east on Front St W to Spadina Ave, then south on Spadina Ave to Lake Shore Blvd, and there, both an on-ramp and an off-ramp to the Gardiner Expressway can be found and utilized.
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