Built in 1979, these twin residential Toronto condos lie in the heart of St. Clair Avenue West, one of Toronto’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. Constructed above a three-tiered subgrade parking garage, distinctive cladding is made of precast panels and extensive glazing. The 30-year-old building boasts a lush, landscaped lobby and an expansive indoor pool, making it an attractive option for buyers. Another bonus is its proximity to the high-end shops and restaurants that line Yonge and St. Clair, making it easy to shop for the latest fashions or simply enjoy an afternoon stroll in midtown Toronto.
Most Notable Features
Suite Sizes and Layouts: Inside Granite Place, residents will enjoy units with plenty of natural light, and some with great views of the city. These spacious suites offer residents lots of space to relax in, with two bathrooms offered in some suites plus windows in each room, eat-in kitchens, and an open living space with a walkout the extra-large balconies that are accessible from the master suite.
Amenities: Granite Place comes with all the bells and whistles, including ensuite laundry, spacious balconies and a hot tub. But topping the list of amenities is definitely the ultracool saltwater indoor/outdoor pool!
For confirmed coffee addicts, Presse Café, Starbucks and Delica Kitchen serve up a great brew. If it’s eateries you’re looking for, Gourmet Café and The Sprout Vietnamese Cuisine will fit the bill. If the pub scene is more your style, just head to The Jester on Yonge or Bistro Five61. Need to find ingredients for your next dinner party? You’ll find plenty of choices at Loblaws, Sobeys or Harvest Wagon.
Craving a dose of culture? Cineplex Entertainment or Canadian Friends of Israel Museum are both in your neighbourhood. You’ll find plenty of places to shop here, including Roots, Haute Classics or Rucci Shop for Men. If it’s education you’re looking for, Brown Junior Public School and McKinsey International College-The Language School are right nearby. Looking for a place to get some fresh air and relax with a good book? Look no further than Glenn Gould Park or Pricefield Playground.
Transit users, take note: the St. Clair Avenue West streetcar stop is just a short walk away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via Bayview Avenue.