Located on Grand Trunk Crescent off Bremner Boulevard, Infinity I is part of a four-building condominium development in Toronto’s Core, just down the street from the CN Tower.
It's an impressive 35-storey tower that hosts 395 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. The suites vary in size from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, with standard open concept layouts and finishes like laminate flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Units also enjoy private balconies with great views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s urban core. These are functional and comfortable suites, designed for active lifestyles and urban convenience, making Infinity I an ideal spot for young working professionals.
Most Notable Features
Ground level convenience: One great thing about these downtown Toronto condos is the excellent ground-level convenience. Residents have several eateries like Panago Pizza and Hoops Sports Bar, plus a health centre and pharmacy, a hair salon, even a Toronto airport limo service and access to PATH, Toronto’s underground mall.
Exclusive amenities: The amenities at Infinity I were designed to offer just about every form of recreation and relaxation, from a high-end fitness facility, indoor swimming pool and whirlpool to a social lounge and party room. All of this can be found in the exclusive Infinity Club.
Union Station: Infinity I really has a great location for a condo in downtown Toronto, just minutes from Union Station. Walk there easily, above ground or below using PATH, and enjoy smooth transit to any destination within the city, plus access to GO Train and VIA Rail services.
With a home at 30 Grand Trunk Crescent, you are right on top of Toronto’s main stage for sporting events at the Rogers Centre and city attractions like Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the Air Canada Centre, Steam Whistle Brewery, and of course the CN Tower. There is no shortage of places to enjoy a delicious meal, such as SOCO Kitchen + Bar, plus fun lounge style hangouts for a cocktail or glass of wine like Taverna Mercatto. As well, residents can easily explore Toronto’s Harbourfront neighbourhood, King West’s Entertainment District, and the Financial District along Bay Street.
For local grocery stores you can pop over to Longo's Maple Leaf Square, Sobeys on Spadina Avenue, or Loblaws on Queens Quay East.
You can enjoy some great nearby green space at Olympic Park, Roundhouse Park and Bobbie Rosenfeld Park, all within walking distance. You're also a short trip from the paths of Toronto’s beautiful Harbourfront.
Infinity I is a three-minute walk to the closest TTC streetcar stop on Queens Quay West, and Union Station at Front Street and York. Access to the Gardiner Expressway via the York St onramp is only a short drive, making it easy if you're zipping around Toronto in a car.