One of the most sought-after Toronto condos in the city, this 32-storey luxury development boasts classic architectural details in a striking metal-and-glass façade. Spread over 28 floors and housing 279 units, this buildingfeatures a lobby with polished stone flooring highlighted a sparkling crystal chandelier with a custom- designed water fountain. Situated at the edge of Rosedale Valley, which once marked Toronto’s railway line, this exclusive residence will appeal to those wanting to experience the designer boutiques and four-star restaurants of Yorkville and the eclectic shops of Cabbagetown.
Most Notable Features
A scenic sanctuary: Runners, walkers and cyclists can experience the Balfour Ravine trail, which is even more spectacular in the fall.
An array of neighbourhoods: The Bellagio on Bloor straddles the boundaries of several neighbourhoods: it sits on the north side of Bloor Street East, just east of Jarvis St., with downtown to the south, Rosedale to the north, Yorkville to the west, and the Danforth to the east.
A unique pool: These exclusive building's many amenities include top-of-the-line fitness facilities, a hot tub, sauna and a saltwater pool!
There are lots of great eateries in this upscale neighbourhood - Fionn MacCool's, Glow and Nijo Japanese Restaurant are just a few of the area’s great hangouts. If a daily jolt of caffeine is high on your list, you can head to Beaver-Foods Roaster or Starbucks for your daily fix. Need to stock up on groceries? You’ll find everything you need at The Croissant Tree, No Frills and Longo’s. If it’s a dose of culture you’re looking for, Anglican Church of Canada General Synod Archives, The Lilith Gallery of Toronto and Akasha Art Projects should fit the bill nicely, or you can venture a few blocks east to the ROM.
Want to catch the latest flick? Cineplex Odeon Varsity and VIP Cinemas are a short stroll away. As for nearby schools, TriOS College Business Technology Healthcare and Elementary Teachers Federation are all in the neighbourhood. Love the outdoors? Target Park - Greenwin Square, Milner Parkette or Asquith Green Park are ideal spots to catch some fresh air and watch the world go by.
For residents of The Bellagio without a car, Sherbourne subway station is just a short stroll away to connect you to the Bloor-Danforth or Yonge subway line. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via Danforth Ave.