The first thing you'll notice about 550 Wellington is how stunningly beautiful the buildings is. This glass palace has units that range in size from a cozy 393 square feet, to a massive 7617 square feet. The building is connected to a luxury hotel, and all together the complex the has 30,000 square feet in amenity and living space. The huge and alluring lobby is also connected to Victoria Memorial park, and on top of all this, the building has a charming courtyard all of it's own.
Most Notable Features
Amenities: Aside from having all the amenities that any top tier downtown Toronto Condo would have (such as a exercise facilities, a rooftop common area with an incredible view, and a courtyard), This building steps it up a notch by having a pool, a projection theater, a full service bar on the roof, personal trainers available, and even pet care facilities for when you go out of town. These special amenities can help anyone who lives at 550 Wellington feel like any life is the high life.
Convenience: Amenities are always nice, but a building like 550 Wellington offers a bit extra to make live easier and more convenient for its residents. 550 Wellington also has on site dry cleaning. Because of a dry cleaning service, special trips to the dry cleaner will become a thing of the past. As if eliminating inconvenient trips to the dry cleaners wasn't enough, this building also has grocery delivery and house keeping services. Think about all the time house keeping and delivered groceries would free up in your week. Perhaps you could spend it at your full service roof top bar!
The people: Maybe the best part of this building isn't the convenience or the amenities, but something intangible. This buildings suits the social butterflies among us. Butterflies and young professionals populate this building, so there's always a good time to be had.
Maybe the most famous Japanese restaurant in Toronto, Wabora, can be found right at the base of the building. There's also Thompson's Diner, which has been a late night favorite in Toronto for a very long time, and it is open 24 hours. The nightlife in the area is also fantastic. World famous DJ's flock to clubs like The Huxton, which is just across the street. The Rogers Center, the Air Canada Centre, and CN Tower are also just a few blocks away, so you can catch all your favorite sports teams, and check out some of Toronto's most famous landmarks.
Streetcars running in all directions are just outside your door at this building. Also, Union Station is only a short walk away, which connects to the subway, VIA Rail, and GO trains. For drivers, you can exit your garage parking and head south towards the Gardiner Expressway, which is only a few short blocks away.