Harbour View Estates includes four striking condo towers at the south end of CityPlace overlooking the waterfront. Urban convenience in a parklike setting was the plan when these Toronto condos were built in 2005 and 2006. If the idea of a contemporary condo surrounded by courtyard gardens, soothing water features and panoramic, unobstructed views appeals to you, this could be the next place you call home.
Harbour View Estates II soars a little above the rest. At 49-storeys tall, it's tied for the tallest in all of CityPlace. Suites in these Toronto condos for sale run a bit larger than average and, as the name suggests, were designed to show off the stunning cityscape and harbour front views.
CityPlace condos are known for their affordability and outstanding location close to the Financial district, Rogers Centre and the buzz of trendy King West. If you are looking for an urban retreat boasting the finest calibre and range of amenities, Harbour View Estates should be your first stop.
Most Notable Features
The Super Club: Most downtown condos offer fine arrays of amenities, but the Super Club enjoyed exclusively by residents of Harbour View Estates and their guests, is really, well, super.
It's all here and spread out over three levels and an astounding 30 000 square feet. You'd expect a pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room, fitness centre, and maybe even a squash court. But how about adding in a running track, tennis courts, a full size basketball court, a golf simulator and even a bowling alley?
Super, right? And included in your monthly maintenance fees.
Extras: Foodies take note, all suites feature gas ranges instead of the usual electric. And to enhance your connectivity for work or play, the building is wired for TELUS ultra high speed Internet. On top of that, maintenance fees are below average for CityPlace.
There are lots of great restaurants nearby Harbour View Estates III, like St. Louis Bar & Grill, Liberty Shawarma and Mi-Ne Sushi. Grab your morning coffee at Starbucks and take a walk in a local park. Southern Linear Park is right outside your door and you can walk to Canoe Landing or Toronto Music Garden in about five minutes.
For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than the Toronto Railway Museum, The Pier - Toronto's Waterfront Museum, or Ripley's Aquarium to keep you occupied for hours.
So much is walkable, but if you prefer transit, there is a TTC Streetcar Stop a short walk away at Spadina and Bremner, or, a 15-minute walk, will take you to Union Station on foot. Drivers can access to the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Ave onramp within 400 metres, making it easy to get around Toronto.