- 19 Bathurst St
500 Lake Shore Blvd W | The LakeShore Condos | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Between downtown Toronto’s dramatic growth and the prime real estate located at 500 Lake Shore Blvd W & 19 Bathurst St, it’s hard to believe that it took until 2019 for a condo to crop up at this location. In this case, it’s definitely better late than never.
The Lakeshore Condos straddle the line between Toronto’s luxurious Waterfront neighbourhood and the growing Fort York neighbourhood next door. This particular stretch of the Waterfront could be the most convenient of all, and that’s great news for prospective buyers who’ve set their sights on this building.
One of the first things that jumps out at buyers is how much attention was paid to luxurious amenities; this building contains a 23,000 square foot amenity centre, that houses virtually every condo amenity you could desire. Residents have a theatre room, a spa with saunas, a fitness centre, guests suites, and concierge service, WIFI lounge, shared rooftop patio, and more… yes, more.
Despite the array of amenities, maintenance fees are below average — but that’s the only thing you’ll find here that’s below average.
Toronto condos for sale at 500 Lake Shore Blvd command a pretty penny; make no mistake about this, this is a luxury condo residence, where price per square foot exceeds both the downtown and neighbourhood average.
Suites seizes in the building range from 505 square feet for a one bedroom unit to 840 square feet for 3 bedroom home. Kitchens are lavish, featuring marble or quartz countertops, integrated appliances, and designer cabinets. Bathrooms continue the luxury trend, with marble tiles, slick vanities, and spa-like rain showers.
All units are open concept and attract an abundance of natural light through floor to ceiling window walls. Many units have breathtaking views of the lakefront from their large, covered balconies, and residents who don’t have a Lake Ontario view, need only step outside of the building to enjoy all that the Waterfront neighbourhood can offer.
The Waterfront neighbourhood is among the most scenic and desirable in the city. Developers have always had their eyes on this lakefront community, evident in the eclectic architecture of condos in the area, many dating back to the 90s and 80s. For all that has changed as the area has grown, one constant is the neighbourhood's incredible offering of lakeside nature and all of the amazing recreation opportunities available.
19 Bathurst St is well positioned to get the most of Waterfront Parks. Residents are minutes from the Waterfront trail, which runs for kilometres to the east and west. There’s green spaces like Little Norway Calisthenics Park for a wading pool, Coronation Park for off-leash dog areas and baseball diamonds, and countless parks for yachting clubs, beach hangouts, and more.
For those who aren’t swayed by what nature can offer, the Waterfront has so much more to give. The area is populated by incredible restaurants and for take-out or dine in service, with even more available to the north in the Entertainment District. Also, Starbucks, Tim Hortons, and a collection of fast food restaurants are just outside the building on Bruyeres Mews for a quick bite.
Nightlife options are quite diverse and dependent on which area you choose to explore. Nearby King West and Liberty Village have bars aplenty, or there are events held in the neighbourhood at Harbourfront Centre. Residents can quickly travel to and from the Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena for games and concerts, or head to Budweiser stage for a show.
Those living at The Lakeshore Condos benefit as much from what’s found inside of the neighbourhood as they do from what’s nearby. And for this residence, what’s nearby happens to be the largest transit hub in the country.
Grocery runs and daily essentials are effortless for residents of 19 Bathurst St; there’s a sizable Loblaws just seconds from the building, as well as a pharmacy, a convenient store, and a financial institution. For any shopping that requires a trip outside of the neighbourhood, residents have Bathurst Streetcar for north running north, Queens Quay West streetcars running east and west, and numerous bus routes in the area, providing quick connections to Union Station for Go Transit and Subway service.
For really long trips, residents can literally walk to Billy Bishop Airport in less than 10 minutes. Those commuting for work by car can reach the nearest on-ramp to the Gardiner Expressway in minutes via Lake Shore Blvd.
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