The final phase in the Infinity condominium complex, Infinity IV can be found on Lower Simcoe Street in Toronto’s Core overlooking the Gardner Expressway and the CN Tower.
Standing at 16-storeys, Infinity IV offers 298 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, with units ranging in size and style from one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus dens. The suite interiors feature modern, open concept layouts with laminate flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops, as well as private balconies with great views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s Rogers Centre and CN Tower. All in all, these Toronto condos are designed for functionality, comfort and urban convenience, making them a great spot for working professionals and first time buyers.
Most Notable Features
Ideal downtown location: Infinity IV boasts an ideal location for a condo in Toronto, just minutes from TTC stations and all of the city’s main attractions. Residents can easily walk to Union Station, above ground or below using PATH, and enjoy smooth transit to any destination within the city, or take a trip using GO Train and VIA Rail services.
Many suite choices: One really great perk about these downtown Toronto condos is that they are part of the Infinity complex, which means there are three other buildings offering very similar yet unique condos. So if you like the building amenities and the prime location, you’re bound to find a condo in one of the four Infinity towers.
Excellent amenities: Infinity IV offers residents access to the shared amenities of the Infinity complex, featuring an excellent line up of recreational activities and relaxing pleasures. Break a sweat in the high-end fitness facility and indoor swimming pool, and relax in the whirlpool and social lounge, all contained within the exclusive Infinity Club.
With a condo at 25 Lower Simcoe Street, you are living next door to Toronto’s main attractions like the Rogers Centre, Aquarium of Canada, the Air Canada Centre, Steam Whistle Brewery, and of course the CN Tower. There is an endless list of restaurants and bars to enjoy a delicious meal, such as Aria Ristorante, Mi-Ne Sushi Japanese Restaurant, and Harbour Sixty Steakhouse. And you’re just a short walk or TTC hop from Toronto’s Harbourfront neighbourhood, King West’s Entertainment District, and the Financial District along Bay Street.
For nearby grocery stores there are Longo's on Maple Leaf Square, Sobeys on Spadina Avenue, or Loblaws on Queens Quay East.
The area has many outdoor green spaces including Olympic Park, Roundhouse Park and Bobbie Rosenfeld Park, all within walking distance. You're also a short trip from the paths of Toronto’s beautiful Harbourfront.
Infinity IV is a three-minute walk to the closest TTC streetcar stop on Queens Quay West, and Union Station at Front Street and York. Access to the Gardiner Expressway via the York St onramp is only a short drive, making it easy if you're zipping around Toronto in a car.