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604-90 Broadview Ave **LEASED**

October 27th, 2015 Posted by For Lease, LEASED No Comment yet

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The Ninety is a great building in vibrant Riverside. This is a fabulous one-bedroom plus den featuring floor-to-ceiling, south-facing windows, a gorgeous kitchen with stainless steel appliances (including a gas stove), and wood floors. The highlight, though, has to be the huge terrace – you have to see it!

Offered at $2200/month, including parking and a locker, the unit is available immediately for a minimum one year lease. Call me today to book a viewing.

Authentic loft for lease at the Garment Factory Lofts ** LEASED **

July 16th, 2015 Posted by For Lease No Comment yet

This fantastic, west-facing unit in the original portion of the Garment Factory Lofts is available for possession in August 2015. Open concept with a modern kitchen (stainless steel appliances) and bath, this open, spacious 1-bed-plus-den loft exudes urban cool. Features include: exposed duct work, restored/polished concrete floors, fluted columns, large warehouse-style windows and a walk-out to the balcony (which includes a gas BBQ hook-up). Just steps to Leslieville, the location also offers easy TTC options!

This great space is available for $2000/month (plus utilities). Includes Ensuite laundry, storage locker, secure bike lock-up/storage. No pets, no smokers, please.

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The King Edward Private Residences – bright 1+1 corner unit! **SOLD**

March 6th, 2014 Posted by Buying opportunity, Condos, For Lease, Hot Listings No Comment yet

The King Edward Hotel is a world famous Toronto landmark. Just three floors of this iconic building have been converted to condos; the rest continue as one of the city’s classic hotels. This relatively small conversion will bring new meaning to the idea of an ‘exclusive’ condo location in Toronto.

Just as you would expect, the finishes inside the condo conversion are fantastic, and the layout is well thought out. One of just a few units with a discrete den, it’s also at the south-east corner of the building, which allows for five windows, making the space extra bright and creating a sense of open airiness.

Downstairs is the opulent lobby, offering elegant common areas, luxury services, and fine dining. Step outside to King St East, and you are right in the heart of the financial district. From here you’ll be able to walk to almost anything – work, restaurants, entertainment, you name it!

While there are a few units on the market now (typical for recently incorporated condominiums), I expect that this building will soon become one of the most sought-after spots in the city. There are fewer than 150 private residences in the building; once the initial turn-over is complete, they will be hard to come by. If you are looking for a condo option that could offer you a bit of long-term peace of mind, you owe it to yourself to take a look at The King Edward Private Residences.

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