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50 Confederation Parkway, Concord L4K4T8
Phone: (905) 326-4100
Crossbridge Condominium Services
111 Gordon Baker Road, Suite 700, North York M2H3R1
Phone: (416) 510-8700
Gym / Exercise Room, Concierge, Public Transit, Party Room, Visitor Parking, Meeting / Function Room, Security Guard, Enter Phone System, Guest Suites, Parking Garage, BBQs, Elevator, Pets AllowedMAINTENANCE FEE INCLUDES
Common Element Maintenance, Building Insurance, Air Conditioning, Heat, WaterTHE BOARDWALK II - 9 BOARDWALK DR
Featuring a stunning locale, and an equally stunning level of accessibility rarely afforded by condominiums in The Beaches neighborhood of Toronto, The Boardwalk II is the second phase of a two-part project at 9 Boardwalk Drive. Sharing the space with its sister building, The Boardwalk II is close to nearly everything; what it isn’t close to is still easily reachable by public transit.Boasting a mix of rustic and modern via the gray brickwork, concrete and glass windows, The Boardwalk II was developed by Pemberton Group, and is currently under the management of Crossbridge Condominium Services. Constructed in 2004, a couple of years after its sister building, standing at 5 storeys total, with a total of 98 units within, The Boardwalk II offers the best in location and the best of onsite amenities too.Offered at The Boardwalk II are a variety of 2-bedroom condo units (the smallest one being 584 square feet, and the largest of them being 2280 square feet), and on the insides of the units, such features as oak flooring, modern kitchens replete with stainless steel appliances, upgraded bathrooms, open-concept living areas, private balconies, as well as high ceilings and large windows.With all due regards as to what can be found within the building itself in terms of those aforementioned onsite amenities, buyers will be able to find such examples as an exercise room, B.B.Q stations, a meeting room, an enter phone system, a party room, an elevator service, and a concierge service, as well as visitor parking and a security guard service. When combined with the historical average PSF (which is always increasing), any interested property investors will have lots of potential for seeing for themselves a positive return on their investment here.At the time that homebuyers of The Boardwalk II step out onto the streets at 9 Boardwalk Drive, they will find themselves in relatively close proximity of such major roadways as Lake Shore Boulevard East, Queen Street East, Coxwell Avenue, Dundas Street East, Woodbine Avenue, as well as Kingston Street. For the nearest TTC transit bus stop, a quick walk west on Boardwalk Drive, then south on Northern Dancer Boulevard to just a bit past Lake Shore Boulevard will give buyers prime access to said stop. By heading north on Northern Dancer Boulevard instead to Queen Street East, then west on Queen Street East to Yonge Street, homebuyers will be able to find the Queen TTC subway station. For access to the nearest highway, one only needs to head south to Lake Shore Boulevard East, then head west until the road merges with the Gardiner Expressway heading west, or the Don Valley Parkway, heading northward.In the vicinity of The Boardwalk II, homebuyers will be able to find such amenities as a few restaurants, a bank, a pharmacy, a couple of fast food places, a grocery store, some coffee shops/cafes, as well as various retail outlets and a Walmart Supercenter, not to mention a theater just a bit west on Queen Street East from Northern Dancer Boulevard.
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