909 Bay St | The Allegro | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Have you been searching for a condo in an exciting area? Do soul-crushing prices have you feeling down? Well, have no fear, the Allegro has the affordable units you’ve been seeking — and a prime location in the Bay St. Corridor. Located at 909 Bay Street, The Allegro is a 25 storey condominium housing 268 downtown Toronto condos.
This building provides some nice extras which hold up against other buildings in the area — gym, sauna, meeting room, party room, concierge, security guard, and parking garage.
Given its convenient location, this building likely holds some appeal to a wide range of potential buyers — first-time homebuyers, students, professionals — so anyone looking for an affordable condo should consider this property; however, as Toronto’s busiest area, prospective buyers will want to be sure that their lifestyle is suited to such a bustling pace.
Suites at 909 Bay Street vary in size and layout, from 476 square feet for a bachelor to 1475 for a 3 bedroom condo — these condos are reasonably priced, with 3 bedrooms which sell below the price of most Bay St condos for sale; units are bright thanks to large windows and feature open concept floor plans. This building is also home to expansive penthouse suites.
The Allegro was built in 2002, so many units have seen their share of personalization over the years. Prospective buyers can expect to find marble flooring in foyers, private balconies or terraces, and ensuite laundry.
These units don’t have all the flash of some units found in newer buildings but that’s what makes this such an excellent investment opportunity; when you combine spacious layouts with an incredible location — putting your own personal touch on one of these condos could yield a great return.
It can’t be stated often enough what a prime location 909 Bay is; with Queen’s Park to the West, Bloor Street upscale shopping to the north, the Eaton Centre to the south, and Yonge Street just one block east, you really couldn’t ask for more. For shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation — plus convenient TTC service — this area has everything you could want in an urban paradise.
Saturday afternoon shopping doesn’t get more rewarding or more diverse than this — Bloor Street is home to all the high-end brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Brooks Brothers, Coach and many others. There’s also the Hudson’s Bay Centre and plenty of big box stores nearby for cheaper options or gifts — you have to really like someone to buy them Gucci for their birthday.
If you’re in a hurry, or it’s date night, or you forgot to buy groceries — there are some great dining options for any taste or circumstance. Within a few blocks of 909 Bay you’ll find St. Louis Bar & Grill, Burrito Bandidos, The Captain’s Boil, Hero Certified Burgers, and Bombay Street Food; for fast-food you have McDonald’s, A&W, and Wendy’s just around the corner.
Entertainment options are bountiful in this area — there’s concert halls like Massey Hall and the Phoenix Concert Theatre, a vibrant nightlife experience on Yonge Street, art galleries in Yorkville and the Rom on Bloor. Sports fans have a short trip to the Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre, making it easy to sustain your unhealthy love-hate relationships with the Leafs, Raptors, and Jays.
909 Bay Street has a walk score of 98, ideal for residents who prefer to run errands on foot. You can grab a morning coffee — you’ll have to pay for it — at Presse Café and stroll to Metro on Yonge or Rabba Fine Foods on Wellesley for groceries. Afterwards, you can get some fresh air at Queen’s Park — an excellent spot for a walk or a picnic.
Those who rely on public transit have north and southbound buses on Bay, east and westbound buses on Wellesley, and Wellesley Station is just minutes away for subway service.
Drivers can reach the Don Valley Parkway by going east on Bloor to the Danforth on-ramp, and south on Bay for the Gardiner Expressway.
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