Found in Toronto's North York area and built in 2014 by Elad Canada, this Toronto condo sits near the intersection of Don Mills Rd & George Henry Blvd. Emerald City Ⅱ is a high-rise condo located in the Henry Farm neighbourhood. Located at 66 Forest Manor Road this Toronto condo has suites ranging from 539 to 1005 sqft. There are 404 units at Emerald City Ⅱ, with a variety of exposures and layouts over 29 levels. Amenities here include a Gym / Exercise Room, Pool, Common Rooftop Deck and a Concierge as well as Visitor Parking, BBQs, Elevator, Guest Suites, Hot Tub / Jacuzzi, Media Room / Cinema, Meeting / Function Room, Outdoor Patio / Garden, Parking Garage, Games / Recreation Room, Sauna, Security Guard, Enter Phone System and a Yoga Studio. Included in your monthly condo maintenance fees are Air Conditioning, Common Element Maintenance, Heat, Building Insurance, Parking and Water. So far this year, Emerald City Ⅱ has been averaging around $607 per square foot, which means a typical one bed condo could be yours for roughly $317,727. This condo is currently ranked as the 76th most expensive condo building in North York.
Want to dine out? There are plenty of good restaurant choices not too far from Emerald City Ⅱ, like CF Fairview Mall, Hero Certified Burgers and Z-Teca Gourmet Burritos, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Tarts Treats And Coffee. Groceries can be found at Foodland which is only a few minutes walk away and you'll find Health Drug Mart not far away as well. Harold Green Jewish Theatre Co, ArtGraha and SilverCity Fairview Mall Cinemas are all within walking distance and could be a great way to spend some down time. For nearby green space, Parkway Forest Park could be good to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. As for close-by schools, Forest Manor Public School and Shaughnessy Public School are only a few minutes walk away from Emerald City Ⅱ.
If you are looking for transit, Emerald City Ⅱ has a TTC Bus Stop nearby. Don Mills Subway is also not far away. For drivers, the closest highway is HWY 401 via the Leslie St onramp and is within a 4 minute drive, making it easier to get around Toronto.