Bloor Promenade Condos
Bloor Promenade Condos is in Pre-construction Located at 64 Cordova Ave, Etobicoke, ON, M9A 3J9
Development By Tridel
Bloor Promenade Condos is a new condo development at 64 Cordova Ave, Etobicoke, ON located right at Bloor and Islington. This development has a total of 395 condo units with 44 storeys with retail space at ground level. It is proposed to have a 395 mixed-unit condos with a 44-storey tower and below-grade parking spaces.
The architect of this project is Kirkor Architect + Planners.
Based in the Islington-City Centre West neighbourhood in Toronto, this condominium has 395 condo suites and a 44 storey building. Bloor Promenade Condominium is the third and final condo tower at Tridel’s Islington Terrace Community. Islington Village also known as Islington-City Centre West is a residential and commercial community in Etobicoke, Greater Toronto Area. It will be a mixed condo unit having one-bedroom, one-bedroom+den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom+den suites, with sizes ranging from 510 ft² up to 1,278 ft². Also, a limited collection of four townhouse units will offer increased sizes ranging from 1,366 ft² up to 1,570 ft². Just like the earlier condos, this too will have a shared podium containing the development’s below-grade parking feature as well as retail and 50,000 ft² amenity space to be shared among st the towers. Indoor amenities and a massive outdoor terrace, featuring landscaping by Janet Rosenberg + Studio. Additional features include Pool, Sauna, Rooftop Lounge, Steam Room, Basketball Court, Fitness Centre, Whirlpool, Yoga Studio, BBQ Area, Children’s Play Room, Theatre Room and many more.
Bloor Promenade Condos Toronto
The Bloor Promenade Condominium is in Downtown Toronto, surrounded by large businesses, numerous offices and neighbourhoods like Montgomery’s Inn (home to the Etobicoke Community Museum), Humber Bay Park, Centennial Park Greenhouse, Toronto Congress Centre, Woodbine Racetrack, Humber Bay Arch Bridge, St. James Park, Sunnyside Park, First Canadian Park, Murals of Islington, West Deane Park, Theatre Etobicoke, Neilson Park Creative Centre, Westmount Gallery, L Space Gallery, Roncesvalles Village, Royal Ontario Museum, High Park, Kingsway Movie Theatre, James Gardens, Sherway Gardens, Etienne Brule Park, Scarlett Woods Golf Course, Colborne Lodge, Humber Cinemas, and Centennial Park Golf Centre.
Best places to shop in Downtown Toronto are Toronto Eaton Centre, The PATH (underground shopping mall), Yorkville Village, Chinatown Centre, Cambridge Shopping Centre, Manulife Centre, Cumberland Terrace, The Hudson Bay Centre, and Fairview Mall.
Lots of cafes and restaurants to eat like LaVinia Restaurant, New Orleans Seafood & Steakhouse, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar, Luci Restaurant, Moxie’s Grill & Bar, Sushi-Ya Japanese, Chop Steakhouse & Bar, Woody’s Burgers Bar & Grill, ViBo, 850 Degrees Pizzeria, Pazzia Osteria, Azarias, Mamma Martino’s, Pulcinella, Merlot, Anatolia Restaurant, Mai Bistro, Olio, The Host, Dundas Street Grill, Campo de Fiori Restaurant, Eden Trattoria, and St. James’ Gate Irish Pub & Restaurant.
Few minutes walk to the Islington Subway Station, from Bloor Promenade Condominiums. Kipling GO Station is just few minutes drive from the condo. Close access to Highway 427, the Gardiner Expressway & the QEW. Also, minutes away are the TTC, movie theatres and restaurants, supermarkets, shops in the area so close to the Bloor Promenade Condos.
Cloverdale Park, Fairfield Park and Greenfield Park are some of the parks close to the Bloor Promenade Condos in Toronto.
|LOCATION||64 Cordova Ave, Etobicoke, ON, M9A 3J9|
|ARCHITECTS||Kirkor Architect + Planners – Janet Rosenberg + Studio|
|INTERIOR DESIGNER||II BY IV DESIGN|
|SUITE SIZES||From 510 ft² to 1,278 ft²|
|PROPERTY TAX ESTIMATE||TBA|
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