801 Bay St, Toronto
About this condo
The Royalton is a breath of fresh air for modern condo design; with a stylish rounded glass façade accentuated by white concrete and rounded balconies, this building was designed to fit the corner it occupies on Bay and College.
Situated at 801 Bay Street, The Royalton is 18-storeys tall and houses 137 units. Residents of this building enjoy convenience and recreation focused amenities: gym, sauna, whirlpool, rooftop deck, party room, meeting room, concierge, security guard, and parking garage.
With quick access to the Financial District, The Eaton Centre, Queen’s Park, and Yorkville — this building would serve as a great home for professionals, couples, and retirees. The Royalton provides residents with all the perks of urban living, and suites which have generous layouts and sell for reasonable prices.
801 Bay has suites available in a variety of layouts for studio, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, and 2 bedroom + den condos; suite sizes range from roughly 500 square feet to 1100. An enticing aspect of this property is that it offers 1 bedroom units with close to 800 square feet of living space — perfect for anyone who needs a little more space than found in most modern Toronto condos on the market today.
In addition to generous layouts — these suites have desirable features like hardwood floors, updated kitchens, granite countertops, huge windows, stackable ensuite laundry, and large closets. Most units have private balconies, and all residents have access to a shared rooftop terrace.
Units in this building have great value are below the average price per square foot in the Bay St. Corridor; there are cheaper downtown Toronto condos if you’re trying to break into the market for the first time, but this is certainly one of the more affordable properties in the area.
The Bay Street Corridor is a lively neighbourhood where entertainment is always just around the corner; as a resident of this community you’re surrounded by options for entertainment, dining, and convenience — plus, it’s only a short trip on the subway for the Entertainment District and Toronto’s most notable attractions.
Green spaces are often an afterthought for condo buyers — seen as a luxury rather than a necessity — but 801 Bay has one of the best parks in the city just a few blocks away; at Queen’s Park you’ll find walking paths, tree-shrouded benches, manicured gardens, and more than enough open grass for picnic.
After a long walk through the park you’re bound to be hungry — and you live in a wonderful neighbourhood for dining out. From 801 Bay Street you’re minutes away from Nando's Bay Street for flame-grilled chicken, Bombay Street Food for Indian cuisine, Tosto Quickfire Pizza Pasta for a unique pie — and all the fast-food chains you know and love.
For a night on the town it's all just a matter of taste — there’s concert venues like Massey Hall, great patios for a drink like the Duke of Somerset, and Yonge-Dundas Square is just down the street for movies and events. Or, if you’re in the mood to revel in the thrill of victory — or wallow in the pain of defeat — the Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre are just a subway ride away for the Leafs, Raptors, and Jays.
Shopping enthusiasts have The Eaton Centre on Yonge for an astoundingly large selection of stores — and Bloor Street Upscale shopping is to your north for Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton and more.
The Royalton has a Walk Score of 99; perfect for those who prefer to run errands without impacting the environment. For grocery pickups, there’s Sobeys Urban Fresh Bay Street, Metro on Yonge, and Loblaws on Carlton; there’s also a Rexall Pharma Plus on Bay and a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge for any prescription needs.
Residents who rely on public transit couldn’t have it easier — College Station is just minutes away for the Yonge University subway line; additionally, there are streetcars on College and buses on Yonge and Bay for shorter trips.
Drivers can reach the Don Valley Parkway by going north on Bay to Bloor, and then east for the Danforth on-ramp. If you need the Gardiner Expressway, head south on Bay to Lakeshore Boulevard.
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