If you are looking for a Toronto condo that makes a great first impression, check out the oval shaped gleaming glass and steel towers that are the Matrix condominium buildings. Built in 2002, these are the original two residences developed by Concord Adex in their landmark CityPlace condo community. Inside, suites range in size from 1-bedroom to large penthouse suites. All have been designed to include floor to ceiling windows that maximize light and show off the outstanding views of downtown and the lake. Residents have access to a wide range of first-class amenities at Club Vista, a health club style recreational facility shared with residents of the Apex.
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Convenience: Yes, these downtown Toronto condos are right in the heart of the city and have easy access to almost everywhere, but more than that, you've got convenience right on site. Downstairs at 373 Front St. West there is a Rabba Fine Foods with an ATM inside as well as a Pizza Nova, UPS Store and other retail services. Club Vista: This is the two-storey full service amenities area located 373 and 381 Front Street West. Here you will find all the standard offerings like a pool, hot tub, sauna, weigh room and workout facilities, but there are extras like a basketball court, a salon and spa, elegant dressing rooms and even a cappuccino machine. Residents can register online for a great selection of free fitness classes, or set up individual training for a fee. You can entertain here as well at a BBQ on a terrace or patio or in the terrific party room with it's big bar area and full kitchen. Outdoors there is a particularly nice mix of private and social areas featuring exceptional landscaping and water features. Got guests? No problem, you can reserve guest suites through Club Vista as well.
You are within walking distance of the Rogers Centre, the Entertainment District and the Financial District. It's also not far to Harbourfront for lazy summer days enjoying the outdoors by the lake or for some exercise along the Martin Goodman trail. Close to home you'll find dining options from casual to upscale at Hunter's Landing, Città and The Fox and Fiddle. If you can't find what you are looking for right there in the building, try M& M Meats across the street. Or you have other grocery options at Sobeys or Bulkco.
It's a quick walk to the TTC streetcar stop Spadina and Front West. Drivers can access the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina onramp just 2 minutes from home. And if your travels will take you further afield, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is about a 5-minute drive away.