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It’s always good to have options, especially when making the biggest purchase of your lifetime – your choice The Great Condo Event.
Starting Saturday, April 28th, Great Gulf will be hosting The Great Condo Event — a six-day celebration featuring four condo buildings, 100 suites, and plenty of opportunities to save.
Four high-rise condominiums will have units for sale — Monde, 8 Cumberland, 357 King West and Home — all of which are located in downtown Toronto. The pop-up event will be held at 357 King Street West at the corner of Blue Jays Way.
Whether you’re just starting your search for a new condo or have been touring sales centres for months, The Great Condo Event is your chance to learn about four unique projects, all under one roof. The event will run from 10am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, and from 2pm until 8pm Monday through Thursday. Be sure to register online to receive exclusive event access.
To give attendees a taste of what’s to come, we’ve put together a briefing on all four Great Gulf condos.
Design lovers will fall for this 44-storey tower conceived by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie. The centerpiece of Toronto’s next great neighbourhood, Monde is located at Lower Sherbourne Street and Lake Shore Boulevard East. Picture a kilometre-long boardwalk, sweeping waterfront views, premier shopping, dining and entertainment, and a pedestrian, transit, and cyclist-friendly streetscape.
Interiors have been custom-designed by Cecconi Simone, complete with contemporary kitchen cabinetry, clever island-table combinations, sleek corian surfaces, and architecturally-designed curtain wall window systems. With over 19,000 square feet of both outdoor and indoor amenities, Monde offers a luxurious and convenient lifestyle along the eastern waterfront. Prices start from the low-$500,000s and occupancy is slated for Winter 2019.
As its name implies, 8 Cumberland is located in the heart of Toronto’s iconic Yorkville neighbourhood. The sleek, majestic tower rises above a classical podium, which integrates a brick-clad heritage building into its design. The 51-storey tower is perched above Yorkville and Yonge Street, and is surrounded by hip coffee houses, gourmet eateries, high-end boutiques and intimate cocktail lounges. Priced from the low-$500,000s, every suite will be outfitted with luxurious materials and fine details, offering a timeless design aesthetic that caters to today’s discerning buyers.
Toronto’s eastside versus westside debate has been raging for years. But the east end — home to the Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Corktown, and trendy King East — is pulling ahead. Home is a striking two-tower community situated near Parliament and Adelaide Street East. Affordably priced from the low-$400,000s, these modern one- to three-bedroom condos feature efficient layouts and designer-selected finishes. The exemplary amenities include an artists’ workspace, fitness and yoga studios, community garden, pet spa, outdoor pool, and a meeting room and lounge for mobile professionals.
357 King West
Has there ever been a more central downtown address? 357 King West is steps away from lively restaurants, theatres, the Rogers Centre, big-name retailers, offices and multiple transit options. Its 324 units include one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom floorplans, priced from the low-$500,000s. 357 King West boasts a wide array of social and recreational amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness centre, yoga studio, communal workspaces, private dining room, and a stunning rooftop terrace. Convenient extras like bike lockers (one per bedroom), a parcel pick-up service, and 24-hour concierge makes it the perfect choice for busy urbanites on the go.