15 Vicora Linkway, Toronto
About this condo
The land around 15 Vicora Linkway is particularly green, making this the perfect spot for those seeking peace and tranquility. Numerous parks surround the building, with community centres and sports facilities close at hand as well.
The 15 Vicora Linkway Condos were constructed back in 1972 by Olympia and York Developments. At this time East York was decidedly suburban, and the developers likely couldn’t have predicted just how metropolitan the area would become.
The longstanding, red brick building at 15 Vicora Linkway can’t help but feel traditional. The edifice reaches to 20 storeys high, and contains 273 Toronto condos in total, along with a gym, an indoor pool, and a sauna. Making things all the more luxurious are the large, rounded driveway outside the front doors, and the concierge who is ready to greet residents and their guests.
With suites ranging from approximately 800 to 1,300 square feet, 15 Vicora Linkway caters to many types of buyers. Units include 2 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms plus a den, or 3 bedrooms, allowing even sizeable families to feel comfortable here. And while some units have been renovated and upgraded over the years, others are ready to be overhauled by inspired buyers.
Old East York neighbourhood may not be the most bustling part of Toronto, but it has quite a lot to offer to its residents. As previously mentioned, the green spaces in the area are one factor that often turns prospective buyers into homeowners. With E.T. Seton Park, Flemingdon Park, and Linkwood Lane Park literally steps away from 15 Vicora Linkway, residents living in the building have plenty of choice — and no excuse to stay cooped up inside on a sunny day.
Indoor activities are also aplenty in the area surrounding 15 Vicora Linkway. Whether celebrating a birthday or wasting away a rainy Sunday, locals living in East York can head to venues like Toronto Knife Throwing, Toronto Climbing Academy, East York Gymnastics Club, and Sky Zone Trampoline Park.
There’s no lack of choice in East York when it comes time to stock up on groceries. Residents can reach stores like Marcheleo’s Gourmet Marketplace, and Real Canadian Superstore in no time, and they can even find an array of Asian provisions at Sunny Foodmart and C&C Supermarket.
Thanks to its locale directly beside the Don Valley Parkway, drivers living at 15 Vicora Linkway have no trouble getting around the city. A short drive north on the DVP provides access to the 401, while a southbound trip lands drivers at the easternmost end of the Gardiner Expressway.
As for those who prefer not to drive, the TTC’s extensive network of buses allows residents to reach all parts of the city with ease. The 100 Don Mills bus, for example, carries passengers toward Broadview Station, from which they can transfer onto subway trains heading east and west along the Bloor-Danforth line. Buses along other major arterial roads in the neighbourhood, such as Don Mills and Eglinton, also come in handy.
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