Located on the south side of Bloor Street between Yonge Street and Church, 85 Bloor Street East stands at 20-storeys and offers over 250 Yonge and Bloor condos for sale and for rent. The suites range in size and layout from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, featuring nine-foot ceilings, laminate wood flooring, enclave kitchens with granite breakfast bar, bright windows, and private balconies.
The building also boasts a nice list of amenities designed to energize, entertain, and sooth your everyday. Just outside the front door of 85 Bloor Street East, you will discover the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, an eclectic downtown experience that brings together fun nightlife adventures, boutique shopping, arts and culture venues, and Toronto business bustle.
Most Notable Features
Across from Hudson’s Bay Centre: Right across Bloor Street, residents will find the Hudson’s Bay Centre, a multi-level retail space where you will find a variety of shopping outlets, Longo’s Supermarket, as well as access to an underground mall and Toronto’s subway via Yonge and Bloor.
Waterfall lobby:Downtown Toronto condos can sometimes have very boring interior designs in the main lobby as well as the hallways and extra rooms, but 85 Bloor Street East enjoys the styles of Chapman Design Group: a striking circular entranceway with a tranquil waterfall that is certain to impress residents and guests alike.
Rooftop BBQ terrace: With fitness facilities and party rooms, 85 Bloor Street East offers a variety of amenities that are bound to please residents but the rooftop terrace with BBQ stations is really something special. With BBQs and patio tables, landscaped trees and evening lamp posts, plus beautiful views of Toronto’s skyline, it is a wonderful spot to hang out with friends, grill up a feast, or relax out under the stars.
With a comfortable condo at 85 Bloor Street East you will live right next door to one of Toronto’s most popular intersections. The Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood offers an exciting mosaic of the downtown living experience, with the central TTC junction pulling it all together. You will enjoy a smooth blend of business, fashion, artistry, and entertainment, from Yonge Street nightlife and cultural events to Bloor Street restaurants and cafes, Yorkville boutique shopping, and Bay Street business bustle. Discover the Royal Ontario Museum, the Toronto Reference Library, the Eaton Centre, plus a variety of cinemas, theatres, and art galleries. If you want to dine out, a few local gems to check out include Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant for one of the best sushi spots in Toronto, Rawlicious Yorkville on Cumberland Street for a global menu of raw vegan cuisine, and Crepes A GoGo on Yorkville Avenue for a Parisian-inspired locale with delicious sweet and savoury crepes.
For local grocery stores you can find Longo’s across Bloor Street in Hudson’s Bay Centre, Valu-Mart at Bloor and Bay Street, and No Frills at Saks Market on Bloor just west of Sherbourne Street.
And if you need some outdoor green space you are within walking distance to the trails of Rosedale Valley and Queens Park, a popular tree-filled spot perfect for jogging, roller-blading, outdoor workouts, or simply sitting in the shade with a book.
The Yonge and Bloor area has a 100 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly lanes on Wellesley, College, and Sherbourne Streets. If you want to travel fast, the main hub of Toronto’s TTC network is right at Bloor and Yonge, giving you access to the whole city. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Yonge Street and the Lower Jarvis onramp and the Don Valley Parkway via Danforth Avenue.