A central downtown building for Toronto condos that matches must have amenities with bright modern living, Conservatory Tower is certainly worth checking out.
Found at the corner of Hayter Street and Bay just south of College Street, Conservatory Tower is a unique looking 30-storey high-rise with a terraced concrete and glass tower atop a square podium with rouge-tinted windows. The building offers over 300 bright and spacious Bay St. Corridor condos for sale and for rent from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den. The suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood and ceramic-tile flooring, modern appliances, and almost all units enjoy private balconies with downtown vistas. Conservatory Tower has a nice list of amenities that will make you enjoy staying home just as much as you'll enjoy exploring Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre, University Avenue’s Discovery District, and the Financial District of Toronto, all only steps away.
Most Notable Features
Stands the test of time: H & R Developments, winner of the Home Builder of the Year award in 2003, completed Conservatory Tower in 1995. The building has been offering secure, modern downtown condos for 20 years, maintaining a reputation as one of the most attractive and well-managed condo buildings in the area.
Full swimming pool: Conservatory Tower offers a pleasing list of amenities, such a fitness centre, library, rooftop sundeck with BBQ stations, but one that really stands out is the full swimming pool. A great way to exercise, relax, or just splash and play with friends and family.
Ground floor convenience: A note of convenience for potential residents, the ground floor of Conservatory Tower is home to several commercial outlets such as a dental office, a spa and bath boutique, a burrito bar, and a convenience store that still rents videos. Helpful for last minute groceries, a quick snack, or even a whacky date night idea.
At 736 Bay Street you’ll find all that Toronto has to offer right outside your door. A few blocks north on Bloor Street you’ll find fashionable boutique shopping, on Yonge Street you’ll discover fun nightlife adventures, the Eaton Centre is close by, as is Queen Street shopping and entertainment, the Financial District, and University Avenue’s Discovery District. A few local restaurants to check out are Mercatto on College Street, Matagali Restaurant on Elm Street, and Silverstein’s Bakery Ltd. on McCaul for freshly baked, delicious breads.
For groceries and other household needs you are across the street from College Park Mall where you will find a 24-hour Metro, not to mention the Loblaws and Bulk Barn along College Street near Yonge.
For a breath of fresh air, Conservatory Tower is only a short walk from Queen’s Park, a lovely space to bicycle, roller-blade, exercise outdoors, or sit under a tree and read. The University of Toronto St. George campus is also nearby, a quaint space of green pathways and Victorian styled buildings and courtyards.
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.