55 Bremner Blvd & 65 Bremner Blvd
About this condo
If you've ever walked into Maple Leaf Square, you'll notice that these Toronto condos for sale offer more than the average residential tower. It’s home to commercial businesses, Le Germain Hotel, as well as a massive community of urban residents.
Standing 49 storeys tall at 55 Bremner and 65 Bremner Boulevard, this development provides residents with an excellent starting point to explore the City Centre neighbourhood. The property was completed in 2010 by Lanterra Developments, and is comprised of 872 units, ranging in size from 331 to 2124 square feet. This condo is very conveniently located, with a well above average Walk Score of 97 and an average demand ranking, based on Strata.ca’s analytics. Maintenance fees are $1.07 per-square-foot — significantly higher than the city average of about $0.67.
Despite that though, many residents will argue the fees are well worth it. Maple Leaf Square has a cinema with seating for 40, business centre, guest suites, plus a ‘Sky Lobby Lounge’. Let’s not forget the rooftop swimming pool, indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, and fitness facilities, too.
The suites at 65 Bremner are elegant, yet modern. Massive windows and contemporary finishes are standard throughout. Some units have views of the city skyline, while others offer spectacular panoramas of Lake Ontario. Anyone who loves to cook will also appreciate the kitchen, featuring a ceramic backsplash, granite countertops, and energy efficient appliances. Some kitchens even include luxurious islands.
On average, units sell 0.57% above the list price, with a medium chance of receiving multiple offers. The average cost per-square-foot (based on past 12 months of sales) is $1,168. Suites typically sell with 25 days on market. Over the past year, 31 have sold and 110 have been rented here.
Living in City Centre means access to the best of Toronto’s attractions, restaurants, and shops.
The Scotiabank Arena is literally right downstairs. Also a short walk away are the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Rogers Centre, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
For those wanting to escape Toronto’s hustle and bustle, you can walk over to the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal in less than 10 minutes. From there, it’s just a quick ride to the Toronto Islands. Visitors can have a picnic, sunbathe at the beach, or check out the attractions at Centreville.
Not only is Maple Leaf Square in the heart of the city, it’s also very well connected. Residents can access the PATH right from their condo, connecting them to commercial-lined walkways stretching all the way to Union Station.
Once you’re at Union, subways can take you north up the Yonge or University-Spadina line to other areas like North York. You can also connect to VIA Rail and GO trains to visit all the neighbouring suburbs. Need to get on a plane? The UP Express makes it super easy to get to Pearson International Airport.
Drivers can use York Street to reach the Gardiner Expressway. From there, the Don Valley Parkway and 427 are both just a short drive away.
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