Built in 2010, Panorama is part of Toronto’s Concord CityPlace Complex, located at Dan Leckie Way and Lake Shore Boulevard West. Quadrangle Architects designed the building with an appreciation for its proximity to the best of Toronto’s sports and entertainment centres, creating a unique appeal for young urban professionals.
The 29-storey tower offers over 400 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging between one and two-bedrooms, plus some units with dens that can be used as home offices or extra bedrooms. The suite interiors feature modern finishes such as laminate hardwood flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, and stainless steel appliances. The building also boasts an enjoyable list of amenities, matched with the mixed commercial and retail development, Panorama is one of the city’s most contemporary condo buildings.
Most Notable Features
Panoramic views: As its name suggests, Panorama stands out among downtown Toronto condos for its stunning vistas of Lake Ontario, Toronto’s Harbourfront and the vast urban skyline. If you find yourself breathless at the sight of a sun-crested horizon, or if you find the bird's-eye view of city streets mesmerizing, then Panorama may be calling your name.
Rooftop fireside patio: Panorama boasts an array of active amenities such as a fitness centre and a games room. But where this residence really stands out is with the unique rooftop patio that showcases a bar, fireplace, sauna and hot tub.
Canoe Landing Park: Panorama is very close to Canoe Landing Park, an eight-acre green space designed by artist Douglas Coupland. The park features two multi-purpose sports fields, walking paths, as well as inspired artwork that includes a large red canoe where you can stand and gaze over the highway to see Lake Ontario.
With a home at 38 Dan Leckie Way, you will find there is a lot to do in Toronto’s Waterfront neighbourhood, starting with a morning coffee at Neocity Café or Touti Galiti.
When you want to meet up with friends, invite them to Guirei Japanese Restaurant and Città, a stylish Italian restaurant. Or if you’re in the mood for a pint or a glass of wine, you can find many nearby bars and pubs including Hunter’s Landing.
For groceries and other household needs, Harbour Green Farms is just a short walk away, as well as Sobeys and Healthy Island Health Food Store.
If you're an outdoor lover, you’ll find plenty of green space at Ireland Park, Toronto Music Garden and Canoe Landing, not to mention the pathways of Toronto’s promenade, perfect for jogging and bicycling.
Getting around is easy with nearby streetcar stops on Queens Quay West and Dan Leckie Way, plus the north and southobund Spadina streetcars. For drivers, your best route is to take the Gardiner Expressway, accessed via Spadina Avenue.