30 Hayden St | Tiffany Terrace | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Situated at 30 Hayden St — just one block south of Bloor Street East — Tiffany Terrace is a 14-storey condominium providing a desirable home to 85 condos. With a location on the northern edge of the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, this building is a great fit for single professionals or couples who want a luxurious home in an exciting community.
Tiffany Terrace offers convenient amenities to make residents feel more at home — gym, party room, meeting room, security guard, and parking garage. There are buildings in the area with more flash but with extras come extra costs.
Animal lovers will be pleased to know that pets are permitted and there are plenty of nearby parks to walk the dog — Asquith Green Park to the north, George Hislop Park to the south, and Queen’s Park is less than 15 minutes away for an expansive green space and tree-shrouded walking paths.
Suites at Tiffany Terrace are based on a variety of floor plans for 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, and 2 bedroom condos — suite sizes range from 573 square feet to 1158; this property also features units which follow 2-storey loft layouts. So, there really are Toronto condos for sale in this building for a variety of different buyers.
30 Hayden Street was built in 2000, so it’s possible that units could be in need of a few upgrades, but all suites have desirable features like open concept layouts, hardwood floors, updated kitchens, and private balconies.
Yonge and Bloor is a vibrant neighbourhood, which is host to restaurants, cafes, and a diverse offering of entertainment options. As a resident of this lively community, you’re near to the Eaton Centre, upscale shopping in Yorkville, concert halls, and theatres — with convenient TTC service to take you anywhere you want to go in the city.
From 30 Hayden Street, you’re just minutes from the Bloor Street upscale shopping — where you’ll find high-end brands such as Prada, Louis Vuitton, Coach, Gucci, Brooks Brothers and more. If you require a more diverse shopping experience, you can hop on the subway at Bloor-Yonge Station and arrive at the Eaton Centre is less than 5 minutes — shopping for birthday gifts doesn’t get any easier than this.
For dining, there’s 5-star options to the north in Yorkville, but also some incredible spots in your own neighbourhood; there’s Lola's Kitchen on Church for Latin American Cuisine, Onoir for French-Italian dishes in the dark — seriously, with the lights off. On Yonge Street you’ll find Burg's Bar and Grill for pub food, Sansotei Ramen for Japanese — and McDonald’s, KFC, and Popeyes Lousiana Kitchen for quick grabs.
Entertainment options are staggering — there’s concert venues like the hallowed Massey Hall, theatres for the performing arts such as CAA Theatre and Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. You can walk to Cineplex Cinemas Varsity and VIP for Hollywood blockbusters, or go south to Yonge-Dundas square for events.
And if nightlife is what you desire — Yonge Street is packed with options; there are brewpubs like 3 Brewers Yonge, you can sing your heart out at Bar+ Karaoke Lounge, or solve challenging escape rooms at the Roundabout. Head to church Street and you’ll find even more options for clubs, pubs, and everything in between.
30 Hayden Street has a Walk Score of 98, which is ideal for residents who want to run errands on foot. For grocery runs, there’s The Market by Longo's on Bloor Street, H Mart on Yonge, and a Rabba Fine Foods on Charles.
Residents who rely on public transit have convenient service in the area; there are east and westbound buses on Bloor, north and southbound buses on Bay and Yonge, and Bloor-Yonge Station is just a 2 minute walk for the Yonge-University subway line and travel throughout the city.
Drivers can avoid most city traffic by heading east on Bloor to the Danforth on-ramp for the Don Valley Parkway. If you need the QEW, head south on Jarvis to the Lower Jarvis on-ramp for the Gardiner Expressway.
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