Work hard, play hard. If your life is fast-paced and you love the buzz and rush of city living, you've probably already been drawn to downtown Toronto condos in your search for a home. Located at York St. and Bremner Blvd. in the heart of downtown Toronto, Maple Leaf Square is an award-winning multi-use complex, featuring residences, offices and retail space, restaurants, a grocery store and the chic Le Germain boutique hotel. The two-tower residential portion was completed in 2010 by Lanterra Developments and has been one of the neighbourhood's preferred addresses ever since. It's not hard to understand why - suites are bright with large windows, clean lines, stylish finishes, balconies and great views. Even better, everything the busy urban professional needs is right at your fingertips, or at least just an elevator ride down to the Concourse level.
MOST NOTABLE FEATURES
Suite Sizes and Layouts: No shortage of variety and availability means that you have lots of options to suit your taste and budget. 872 suites range in size from 400 square foot Studios, to 2,125 square foot two-bedroom plus den, and penthouses in two towers rising 40- and 44-storeys respectively. Additionally, Maple Leaf Square is an LEED certified building with a green roof and energy-saving appliances standard in each suite.
Amenities: Fabulous amenities enhance living at Maple Leaf Square. The Sky Lobby Lounge, theatre room and outdoor rooftop swimming pool deck are prime for socializing with friends and neighbours. Fitness buffs can work out in the gym, weight room and indoor pool, then follow up with a soak in the hot tub or relax in the sauna. A business centre and meeting/conference room are there for times when you need to bring work home and the 24-hour concierge and security guard will ensure the building runs as it should. Bonus features include bicycle lockers and a parking garage with 359 public parking spaces for your guests.
Convenience: In addition to the mini-shopping mall right in the building with a supermarket, bank, restaurants, retail and an LCBO, there is also a daycare located in the South Tower. You are directly connected to the Air Canada Centre, Union Station and the PATH underground pedestrian walkway. If you couldn't get tickets for the game, why not hang outside in the square and watch on the video screen overlooking the plaza? Need some downtime in some green space? Just follow the PATH 5 minutes to Roundhouse Park.
Grab a coffee at Starbucks and enjoy it while you stock up on groceries at Longo's on the Concourse Level at Maple Leaf Square. On the Ground Floor you'll find a TD Canada Trust Bank and an LCBO. And if you'd rather let someone else do the cooking, there is fine dining at E11even Restaurant or something a little more casual at Real Sports Bar & Grill.
Right across the street from Maple Leaf Square is Union Station, giving you access to the subway, buses and streetcars to take you all over the city. GO Transit goes out to the suburbs from here and VIA Rail goes beyond that. Metrolinx Union Pearson Express runs to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is about a 5-minute drive from Maple Leaf Square and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via the York St. on-ramp about 200m from your front door.