- 99 Broadway Ave
195 Redpath Avenue, Toronto
About this condo
Nothing quite says 2018 like a pair of glistening, glass-clad condo towers, and CityLights on Broadway is a prime example of this type of contemporary architecture. Pemberton Group may have developed the building at 99 Broadway Avenue, but they wouldn’t have gotten far without the help of the architects at Wallman Architects and interior designers at Cecconi Simone.
These two minimalist towers feel more connected than not, as they both sit atop a shared podium. CityLights on Broadway reaches to 37 storeys and contains 496 Toronto condos, plus a whole lot of space for amenities.
In fact, nearly 30,000 square feet is dedicated to amenities at 99 Broadway Avenue. Residents have access to a swoon-worthy outdoor pool, plus a surrounding lounge area with a barbecue station. Then there’s a party room, movie room, guest suites, and even basketball and badminton courts.
The demographic in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood is quite varied, and CityLights on Broadway probably contributes to this fact. With one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, and two bedroom plus den units throughout, the building attracts all sorts of prospective buyers and renters. Suites start at around 650 square feet and reach to nearly 1,350, and features like wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows are abundant.
Situated in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, 99 Broadway Avenue provides residents with access to one of the most exciting intersections in midtown Toronto: Yonge and Eglinton. Right at the northwest corner of these two major roads, residents will find a large shopping centre with a movie theatre, food court, retail shops, and more. More bars, restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues can also be found along both Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.
Mount Pleasant is also a great place to raise a family. For one, CityLights on Broadway is equidistant from two public high schools: Northern Secondary School and North Toronto Collegiate Institute. Eglinton Park is also just a short walk away, a large green space that boasts a playground, indoor and outdoor pools, and baseball diamonds. And although some fancy new eateries have been popping up in the neighbourhood in recent years, there’s nothing like following up a trip to the park with a banquet burger from the Burger Shack.
Thankfully for residents who don’t like to drive, 99 Broadway is just a 10-minute walk away from Eglinton Station, on the Yonge subway line. Once at this station, passengers can ride north into various North York neighbourhoods, or south toward the downtown core. Those travelling east and west can also hop onto a bus along Eglinton Avenue, although by 2021 there will also be a subway line running along this arterial road.
As for those who do drive, residents heading out from 99 Broadway have plenty of options. A quick ride west along Eglinton will land drivers at the Allen Expressway, and once here they can zoom up to the 401 in no time. Yonge Street also comes in handy for those heading toward the 401, and this same street will carry cars straight into downtown Toronto in no time.
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