Presenting Unit 1702, 10 Navy Wharf Court, Harbour View Estates 1 in downtown Toronto's CityPlace complex.
Stunning views of skyline and lake visible from floor to ceiling windows make this 648 square foot 1 bedroom plus den a visual treat.
Fully furnished and uniquely decorated by one of Toronto's avantgarde artists, the unit gives the resident a chance to cocoon, yet allows easy access to Harbourfront's vibrant community and to the financial, garment, and entertainment districts.
After a full workday, the tenant has full access to the Super Club (30,000 square feet of resortlike amenities) for a good workout in the fully equipped gym, indoor bowling alley, squash court, pool, billiards, and more. There are barbecue areas where residents can dine alfresco. There is even a daycare on site. Plus concierge services 24/7. Utilities are included. Minimum one year lease, no smokers, no pets.
Check out this excellent combination of luxury, location, plus convenience. Now.
Fully Furnished 648 Sqft 1 Bed+Den & Balcony W/Wiews Of Toronto's Lake & Skyline. Walk To Financial, Garment, Entertainment Districts. After Work, Unwind In The Complex's Resortlike Amenities-Basketball, Squash, Gym, Pool, Running Track, Etc. Monthly Rent Incl. Heat, Hydro, Water, Internet, Basic Cable. No Smokers, No Pets. Minimum 1Yr Lease. Binder For Tenant Insce (Own Contents, Stat Liability, Fire, Water Damage) Due At Offer Acceptance.
Waterfront Communities C1
Total Parking Spaces
Close to public transportation
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Flat||5.49 x 3.39 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Flat||2.5 x 1.81 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Flat||3.35 x 2.98 (meters)|
|Den||Flat||2.52 x 2.04 (meters)|
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