If you’re looking for a Toronto condo in a prime downtown location with energetic amenities and a ton of at home convenience, then you’ll want to see 1001 Bay.
Located at the corner of St. Joseph Street and Bay Street, 1001 Bay is an impressive looking high-rise with a full 35-storey, shimmering glass façade. The building has over 560 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, with suites ranging in size from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms plus solariums. The suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with solar-glare protection, nice views of the city, and a strong list of amenities. Situated along the Bay St. Corridor, 1001 Bay condos are either right next-door or just down the street from all the best of downtown Toronto.
Most Notable Features
Ground floor snacks: A note of convenience about 1001 Bay, the ground floor of the building features two delicious eateries, Tokya Sushi and Pizza Nova. In the mood for a late night snack, or just don’t feel like making dinner, a tummy-full of food is just an elevator ride away.
Join the gym at home: Residents at 1001 Bay enjoy an energetic list of amenities, found on the second floor at Club 1001. There you will find a fully equipped gym, racquetball court, basketball court, spa, and a full indoor pool that will definitely keep you fit and healthy, all at home.
Impressive lobby: Mentioned in The Toronto Star online, 1001 Bay has an impressive main lobby with an attractive mezzanine seating area and library. The idea behind the lobby was to encourage residents to interact, entertain guests, and enjoy an extension of their own living room.
All that downtown Toronto has to offer is right outside your door. On Bloor Street you’ll find fashionable boutique shopping, on Yonge Street you’ll discover fun nightlife adventures, the Eaton Centre is only a few blocks away, as is Queen Street shopping and entertainment, and the Financial District. A few local eats to check out are Crown Princess Fine Dining on Bay Street, SIGNS Restaurant and Bar on Yonge Street, and 7 West Café on Charles Street with a rooftop patio.
For groceries and other household needs there is a Rabba Fine Foods on Wellesley, a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge and Charles, and you’ll find Loblaws, Bulk Barn, Metro, and Sobeys all along College Street near Yonge.
Have a need for something serene, 1001 Bay is across the street from the University of Toronto, St. George campus grounds, where you can meander through tree lined pathways and admire inspiring 19th century architecture. Right in the middle, you’ll also find Queen’s Park, a lovely space to bicycle, roller-blade, exercise outdoors, or sit under a tree and read.
The Bay St. Corridor area has a 99 Walk Score, with bike lanes along College and Wellesley Streets. There are TTC options on Bay Street, College Street, and access to the Yonge-University subway line is just a short walk. If you drive, you can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via York Street, and the Don Valley Parkway is via Danforth Avenue.