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Maintenance Fee: $0.55 per sf.
Occupancy Date: Nov 2016
Parking: $59000 (selected unit)
Live In The Heart Of The City - Totem Condominium Located at 17 Dundonald St., in Toronto. With Direct Subway Access, Yonge and Wellesley Station!!!
The Annex and U of T- Filled with historic buildings and gracious green spaces, the lovely University of Toronto campus is a walk or a quick subway ride away. Bordering the campus is the Annex neighbourhood, a community that’s host to a dynamic mix of students and affluent families. Elegant mansions are juxtaposed with cheap and cheerful sushi places and student watering holes, giving the area a fun, energetic vibe you won’t find anywhere else in the city.
Bloor/Yorkville- Chic and sophisticated, Bloor/Yorkville is known for its well-heeled residents, but it has shopping and dining options to suit every budget. If money is no object, it’s a great place to get a dose of haute couture at Chanel or Hermès, shop for high-end eats at Pusateri’s or get your hair done at one of Toronto’s top salons. If you’re on a bit of a budget, there’s always Winners and Pottery Barn to make it look like you’ve spent lots, without breaking the bank.
The Village- A thriving neighbourhood of bars, restaurants, cafes and more are just around the corner in Toronto’s best-known gay neighbourhood. The Village is the epicenter of Pride Week, one of the largest pride fests in the world (and definitely one of Toronto’s favourite parties). This ten-day celebration draws massive crowds from all over the world to concerts, galas and cultural events, culminating in the famous Pride Parade.
Queen’s Park- Head west along Wellesley, and a quick ten-minute walk will take you to the Ontario Legislature, a sprawling historic structure set in serene parkland. Opened in 1860 in honour of Queen Victoria, Queen’s Park is surrounded by ministry buildings and the gracious structures of University of Toronto, and is just steps away from the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Museum at Bloor and Avenue Road. The park is a perfect workday respite for students, government workers and university employees – one a nice day, you’ll find it busy with people enjoying their lunch break or taking a quick walk between meetings.
College Park- This quiet mall and high-rise residence was home to Eaton’s elegant art deco flagship store. The original showpiece has been broken up to house smaller shops and services, but the beautiful deco details remain. From the lovely brass revolving doors to the marble finishes throughout, it’s a gracious space steeped in history. And upstairs you’ll find one of Toronto’s most celebrated event spaces, the Carlu. Recently restored to its original Art Moderne splendour, the venue features a hand-painted mural by Natacha Carlu and a stunning Lalique fountain.
Hospital Row- At the northernmost part of University Avenue where it meets College is an area Torontonians like to call “Hospital Row” for its high concentration of medical facilities. The enclave includes Toronto General Hospital, Mount Sinai, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, the Toronto Rehabilitation Centre and Sick Kids. It’s also home to Canada’s largest research hub and one of the ten largest biomedical clusters in the world. For doctors, health care workers, researchers, technicians and biomedical entrepreneurs, Totem offers incredible proximity to the best facilities Canada has to offer.
Ryerson University- Head south along Yonge or Church, and you’ll find another set of hallowed educational halls; the ever-expanding Ryerson campus is tucked in around the Eaton Centre. Stop by on a sunny summer day – Gould Street between Yonge and Church is permanently closed to traffic, and is the perfect place to sit down at a patio table and enjoy lunch of a coffee al fresco.
RAW DESIGN ARCHITECT- RAW is one of Toronto’s most vibrant and respected design studios. Cited by the Ontario Association of Architects as the 2009 Best Emerging Practice, we possess an international design sensibility combined with a wealth of local experience. The RAW portfolio includes the successful completion of many significant and landmark structures such as Cube Lofts, BMW Toronto and Panorama. Our commitment to the design process has led us to continually push the boundaries of urban form and to realize more sustainable and beautiful living environments. We believe our ongoing work includes many buildings set to become benchmarks for design excellence in Toronto. We believe in the need to embrace fresh thinking and innovative technologies balanced with the realities of limited resources and budgets. At RAW, design excellence is not an expensive option, it is fundamental to realising a building within the constraints of budget and schedule.
UNION31 INTERIOR DESIGNER- For the team at Toronto’s celebrated UNION31, great design must provoke. It must be functional and fully satisfy the senses. It’s not predictable – rather, it’s about finding opportunity in the unexpected to create something memorable. As UNION31’s principal creative, Alex Chapman has spearheaded projects in North America and overseas, including the exclusive Cotton House resort on Mustique and the Trump Riverside in New York. He is recognized for an aesthetic of sophisticated simplicity, and the ability to seamlessly blend genres, periods and cultures.
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