An inspired combination of old and new, featuring unique suite designs, comfortable amenities, and a great location, Burano on Bay is a must see downtown Toronto condo.
Located on the west side of Bay Street between Grosvenor Street and Grenville, Burano on Bay is a 50-storey condo building with a distinctive diamond shape glass tower design atop the historic Addison building, now featuring commercial outlets. The tower offers over 480 units from one-bedroom to three-bedrooms plus den condos, and even a few two-bedroom Toronto lofts. With engineered hardwood and ceramic flooring, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, Burano on Bay hosts fully modern suites. The building is ideally located in the Bay St. Corridor with direct access to Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre, College Street streetcars, and the Financial District.
Most Notable Features
Ground floor restaurants: Integrating the ground floor Addison building, residents enjoy an art-gallery styled entrance as well as direct access to commercial outlets and restaurants, such as VaiVai Pizzeria and Wine Bar and Nando’s Bay Street.
Unique suite layouts: With the building’s distinctive diamond shape design, homebuyers will find an interesting variety of unique suite sizes and layouts to choose from. From one-bedroom to three-bedroom condos as well as two-bedroom lofts, you are bound to find a home to match your needs.
Outdoor pool: Residents at Burano on Bay enjoy a comfortable list of amenities, including a variety of function rooms, fitness center, lounge space, and most notably an outdoor pool and sundeck. A good spot for aquatic exercise, or just splashing around in the sun with friends. Oh, there is also a hot tub.
At 832 Bay Street all that downtown Toronto has to offer is right outside your door. Just a short walk north on Bloor Street you’ll find fashionable boutique shopping, on Yonge Street you’ll discover fun nightlife adventures, the Eaton Centre is only a few blocks away, as is Queen Street shopping and entertainment, and the Financial District. A few local eats to check out are Grill Time Korean BBQ on Yonge Street, ORO fine Italian dining on Elm Street, and Poque Mahone Irish Pub on College Street for weekend Irish brunch.
For groceries and other household needs there is a Rabba Fine Foods on Wellesley, a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge and Charles, and you’ll find Loblaws, Bulk Barn, Metro, and Sobeys all along College Street near Yonge.
For a breath of fresh air, Burano on Bay is only a short walk from Queen’s Park, a lovely space to bicycle, roller-blade, exercise outdoors, or sit under a tree and read.
The Bay St. Corridor area has a 99 Walk Score, with bike lanes along College and Wellesley Streets. There are TTC options on Bay Street, College Street, and access to the Yonge-University subway line is just a short walk. If you drive, you can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via York Street, and the Don Valley Parkway is via Danforth Avenue.