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229 Yonge St #500, Toronto M5B1N9
Phone: (416) 863-0202
Goldview Property Management
51 Toro Road, Suite 200, Toronto M3J2A4
Phone: (416) 630-1234
Gym / Exercise Room, Common Rooftop Deck, Concierge, Party Room, Meeting / Function Room, Pet Restrictions, Guest Suites, Media Room / Cinema, Parking Garage, Beanfield Fibre Coming Soon, BBQsMAINTENANCE FEE INCLUDES
Common Element Maintenance, Heat, WaterMARKET WHARF - 3 MARKET ST
Built at 3 Market St in the St. Lawrence neighborhood of downtown Toronto, Market Wharf was constructed in 2011, and showcases itself as a delightful brick structure that blends in seamlessly with the surrounding buildings. Developed by Context Developments, architected by architectsAlliance, and currently under the management of Goldview Property Management, the brick part of Market Wharf acts as the podium for the actual condominium. A suave, elegant tower rising 33 storeys, containing 464 units within (the smallest of which is 472 feet², and the largest of which is 1460 feet²), Market Wharf dominates the scene at St. Lawrence neighborhood’s waterfront.At Market Wharf, a variety of unit types are offered to homebuyers, which include 1-bedroom units, 1-bedroom plus den units, as well as 2-bedroom units. The interiors of these units also offer a number of features to residents that will likely be of great enjoyment to them; such examples of these features for residents to enjoy includes hardwood flooring, modern appliances, open-concept living spaces, as well as modern appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows.For those residents of Market Wharf who are seeking in-building amenities to benefit entirely from, they will have prime access to amenities such as an exercise room, a common rooftop deck with B.B.Q stations, a meeting room, a parking garage, visitor parking, and a party room, as well as guest suites. These wonderful features, combined with the rising historical average PSF for this condominium, real estate investors stand for great potential in seeing a positive return on investment here.Out on the streets around 3 Market St, residents of Market Wharf will immediately have optional access to the TTC transit bus service, given their location right on The Esplanade, which is a long stretch of road that runs parallel to Toronto’s Waterfront District for a short distance; using these TTC buses, one can get further into the city of Toronto and begin to really enjoy themselves among the huge amount of attractions and locations throughout the city. Closer to home, however, by heading west on Front St. to Bay St., then north on Bay St. to King St. W, buyers can come to First Canadian Place, which is a skyscraper with a large shopping mall in the bottom, servicing virtually any need or want for shoppers.Another great way to get through the city of Toronto is to make the best possible use of the TTC subway system, and this can be achieved by locating and heading to the iconic Union Station. By heading north on Lower Jarvis St. to Front St., then heading west on Union St. to University Ave., residents of Market Wharf can find themselves at Union Station quite quickly, and from there, not only to TTC subway trains travel across Toronto, but the VIA Rail train and GO trains also depart and arrive here on a regular basis. Motorists looking for the fastest sort of access to the nearest highway need only take a quick drive south on Lower Jarvis St. to Lake Shore Blvd., and from there, heading west to Yonge St., where an on-ramp and an off-ramp can be found for the Gardiner Expressway, which runs east to west along the waterfront of Lake Ontario for all of Toronto.
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