Found in Toronto's North York suburb and built in 2001 by Menkes Development Inc, this Toronto condo sits near the intersection of Yonge St & Hillcrest Ave. The Pinnacle is a high-rise condo situated in the bustling neighbourhood of Willowdale East. Located at 8 Hillcrest Ave this North York condo has suites ranging from 406 to 1790 sqft. There are 378 units at The Pinnacle, with a variety of exposures and layouts over 31 levels. Residents of this condo can enjoy amenities like a Gym / Exercise Room, Concierge, Parking Garage and a Sauna, along with an Enter Phone System. Monthly maintenance fees include Common Element Maintenance, Building Insurance and Water. Ranked the 21st most expensive condo building in North York, this condo is one of the more exclusive options. The price per square foot is currently averaging $753. The average one bed condo at The Pinnacle has been selling for around $347,500. The average two bed condo at The Pinnacle has been selling for around $607,209.
The Pinnacle is a short distance away from Starbucks for that morning caffeine fix and if you're not in the mood to cook, Jack Astor's and Dairy Queen are near this condo. Groceries can be found at Loblaws which is nearby and you'll find Drugstore Pharmacy a short walk away as well. You can also head over to Bayview Village for some fantastic shopping. Entertainment around The Pinnacle is easy to come by, with Cineplex Cinemas Empress Walk and Empire Theatres not far away. With Gibson House Museum - City of Toronto Historic Sites only a few minutes walk away from your door, you'll always have something to do on a rainy day. For nearby green space, Mel Lastman Square, North York Rose Garden and Gibson Park could be good to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. As for close-by schools, Northern Lights Preparatory College and CDI College of Business, Technology & Healthcare - North York Campus are only steps away from The Pinnacle.
For those residents of The Pinnacle without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a Bus Stop and is only steps away but there is also a TTC Subway stop, North York Centre Station, almost outside your door, connecting you to the rest of Toronto's TTC. For drivers, the closest highway is HWY 401 via the Yonge St onramp and is within a 4 minute drive, making it easier to get around Toronto, especially over to Scarborough and the Toronto Zoo.