These high-rise Toronto condos were built in 2004 by Great Lands Corporation. Located in North York's Willowdale East neighbourhood, the nearest major intersection to The Monet is Yonge and Finch. The Monet is a 28 storey condo, located at 60 Byng Ave. With suites ranging in size from 455 to 1245 sqft, this Toronto condo has 311 units. The condo offers it's residents amenities such as a Gym / Exercise Room, Pool, Concierge and a Party Room. Other amenities include an Elevator, Guest Suites, Meeting / Function Room, Parking Garage, Sauna, Security Guard and an Enter Phone System. Air Conditioning, Common Element Maintenance, Heat, Hydro, Building Insurance and Water are included in your monthly maintenance fees. The Monet is the 44th most expensive condo in North York so if you are looking for one of the more exclusive condos then this building could be right for you.
Nearby places to grab a bite are Pizza Shab and Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu and you can also venture a little further for a meal at one of Yonge and Eglinton's many restaurants. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Tim Hortons and they have great, cheap lunch options too. You can find groceries at Hanahreum Mart which is a 4 minute walk and there is the Northtown Way Pharmacy not far away as well. Entertainment around The Monet is easy to come by, with Empire Theatres, Cineplex Entertainment and Empress Walk not far away. With Gibson House Museum - City of Toronto Historic Sites a short drive from your door, you'll always have something to do on a rainy day. The Monet is only steps away from some great parks like Kenneth Park, Northtown Park and Olive Square. Schools are readily available as well with McKee Public School and FutureSkills Private High School a 3 minute walk.
For those residents of The Monet without a car, you can get around quite easily. The closest transit stop is a Bus Stop and is not far away connecting you to the subway at Finch Station. This is a major transit hub, with connections to York Region via GO Transit and Vivia as well. If you're driving, you'll have decent access to the rest of Toronto by way of HWY 401 via the Bayview Ave onramp as well which is within a few minutes drive.