If you’re seeking a waterfront home combined with all the perks and pleasures of modern condo living, then Success Tower at Harbour Street and Yonge could be the place for you.
Completed in 2009, Success Tower is the third addition to the Pinnacle Centre, a four-tower condominium complex created by Pinnacle International. With over 490 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, Success Tower offers a nice variety of suite layouts from one-bedroom apartments to larger two-bedroom plus den suites, as well as the Palatial Collection executive penthouses. Recognized for high-end features and finishes, the units are mostly open-concepts with nine-foot ceilings, modern kitchens with breakfast bars, spa-inspired bathrooms, and private walkout balconies.
And with Yonge Street outside your door, residents here can easily enjoy the amenities of the city, including the Entertainment District, Bay’s Street Financial District, the Eaton Centre on Yonge Street, and the many attractions of Toronto’s Harbourfront.
Most Notable Features
Energetic amenities: As a resident of Success Tower, you’ll enjoy the myriad amenities attached to these Toronto condos, from a complete fitness centre, swimming pool and sauna to a squash and racquetball court. Not to mention an indoor tennis court and a beautiful rooftop garden for summer BBQ parties.
Versatile floor plans: With suites ranging from roughly 500 to over 2,200 square-feet, these downtown Toronto condos are designed for every kind of homeowner, whether an urban bachelor, working professional, young couple, or a new family. With almost 500 units, there is a lot of choice and even more potential at Success Tower to make a great home.
Ground level eats: One great thing about Success Tower is the quality of the ground-level eateries. Waterfront condos can sometimes feel a bit cut off from the city, with few nearby stores and restaurants, but Success Tower is built above Mr. Pizza, Kokoro sushi, Second Cup, Miller Tavern on Bay Street, and many more!
Success Tower is a short jaunt from Bay Street and Yonge Street, both of which can connect you instantly to Toronto’s exciting downtown scene. With a Second Cup on the ground floor, plus places like Miller Tavern on Bay Street and The Fox, you’ll always have a quick place to eat and grab a coffee. And if you feel like venturing a little further for a meal, just head over to Oyshi Sushi or Waterfront Deli.
If cooking is your game, you can pick up all sorts of groceries at Kitchen Table Grocery Stores or Sobeys. There is also a Rexall Drugstore just a short stroll away.
The area abounds with Art Galleries, including Artistically Connected, Sur Gallery or Balzac Fine Arts. And there is also Redpath Sugar Museum and the Museum of Inuit Art to explore.
And for nice relaxing green space, Harbour Square Park, Exhibition Common and Ontario Square are all within easy walking distance.
If you opt for the greener way to get around Toronto, Success Tower has it covered. There’s a bus stop at Bay Street and Lake Shore Boulevard West, and Union Station is only four minutes away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardener Expressway via Yonge Street.