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2205-81 Navy Wharf Crt
Toronto, ON

LIST PRICE

$958,000

BEDROOMS

2+1

BATHROOMS

2

WALK SCORE

96

TRANSIT SCORE

100

PROPERTY FEATURES

 

You Don't Want To Miss Out On This Chic 2 Bedroom Plus Den Corner Unit. It Offers Fantastic South And West Exposures With Lake Ontario Views. This Unit Has Over 1000SF Of Fully Renovated From Top To Bottom Living Space. Featuring Updated Modern Kitchen With Stainless Steel Appliances, Quality Quartz Counter Top and Built In Wine Cooler. This Unit Oozes With Natural Sunlight Due To Its Floor To Ceiling Windows. Beautifully Upgraded Floor Hardwood In The Entire Unit and It Even Comes With 2 Spa-Like Exquisite Bathrooms. Finish It Off With Smart Home With Wifi Switches And Updated Electrical Light Fixtures. You Are Conveniently Located Just Steps To Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, Hundreds Of Restaurants And Pubs. The Possibilities Are Endless!

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ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

 

The Waterfront Communities – the Island neighbourhood occupies a swath of the far downtown core that abuts – and includes – a portion of Lake Ontario.
Bounded by Queen and Front streets to the north, Bathurst Street to the west and the Don Valley to the east, the neighbourhood goes as far south as the southern tip of Toronto Island.
The area has seen a condo boom in recent years, adding density to what was once a largely industrial area. That, combined with an ongoing revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront, is turning it into more of a place to be.
Attractions in the area include the CN Tower, Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Island Park and beaches on the park, while sports fans can take in Raptors and Leafs games at the Air Canada Centre and Blue Jays games at the Rogers Centre.
The neighbourhood is also home to the Distillery District, the Fashion District, St. Lawrence Market, the West Don Lands and Billy Bishop Airport.
Transit serving the area includes the subway (Union and St. Andrew stations), streetcars along Queen’s Quay, King, Queen, Bathurst and Spadina, and ferries carrying passengers to and from the island.

DEMOGRAPHICS

MEDIAN AGE
32.5

AVG.  HOUSEHOLD INCOME
$101,609

HOUSEHOLDS WITH CHILDREN
24.91%

SCHOOLS

  • Park Lawn Junior Middle School

  • Norseman Junior Middle School

  • Sunnylea Junior School

  • St Josaphat Catholic School

POINTS OF INTEREST

  • Habourfront

  • CN Tower

  • Scotiabank Area/ Rogers Centre

  • Centre Island

  • Ontario Place

  • Union Station

  • Fort York

  • Metro Toronto Convention Centre

  • Ripley's Aquarium

  • Round House Park

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