Found in Toronto's North York area and built in 2015 by Elad Canada, this Toronto condo sits near the intersection of Don Mills Rd & George Henry Blvd. Dream Tower at Emerald City is a high-rise condo located in the Henry Farm neighbourhood. This Toronto condo can be found at 60-72-76 Forest Manor Rd & 62 Forest Manor Road and has 327 condo units. Spread out over 25 floors, Dream Tower at Emerald City has suites ranging in size from 523 to 1265 square feet, with many different layouts and exposures. The condo offers its residents amenities such as a Gym / Exercise Room, Pool, Concierge and a Party Room. Other amenities include Guest Suites, Media Room / Cinema, Meeting / Function Room, Outdoor Child Play Area, Outdoor Patio / Garden, Games / Recreation Room and a Spa. Common Element Maintenance and Building Insurance are included in your monthly maintenance fees. So far this year, Dream Tower at Emerald City has been averaging around $662 per square foot, which means a typical one bed condo could be yours for roughly $342,130. This condo is currently ranked as the 66th most expensive condo building in North York.
Recommended nearby places to eat are CF Fairview Mall, Hero Certified Burgers and Z-Teca Gourmet Burritos. If you can't start your day with out caffeine, your nearby choices include Tarts Treats And Coffee. Groceries can be found at Foodland which is a 3 minute walk and you'll find Health Drug Mart not far away as well. Harold Green Jewish Theatre Co, ArtGraha and SilverCity Fairview Mall Cinemas are all within walking distance and could be a great way to spend some down time. Dream Tower at Emerald City is only a few minutes walk away from great parks like Parkway Forest Park. Schools are readily available as well with Forest Manor Public School and Shaughnessy Public School only a few minutes walk away.
For those residents of Dream Tower at Emerald City without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a Bus Stop and is a short distance away but there is also a TTC Subway stop, Don Mills, not far away connecting you to Toronto's TTC. If you're driving, you'll have easy access to the rest of Toronto by way of HWY 401 via the Leslie St onramp as well which is within a 4 minute drive.