Via Bloor Condos is a New Condo by Tridel located at Bloor St E & Parliament St, Toronto.
Via Bloor is a 38 Storey Condo Development on Toronto’s Bloor Street. This condominium stands apart from its surroundings because of its modernity and striking allure. Created by the largest condominium builder in Toronto, Tridel brings excitement and charisma to the community.
Here's some quick Via Bloor Insider Facts:
-Fantastic views over the city and of Rosedale Valley and Rosedale Ravine
-Pedestrian-friendly streetscape being redesigned by Tridel
-2 NEW outdoor parks by Tridel
-Tridel Smart Home wall pad in each suite
-Entire Fourth Floor Indoor Amenities 17,000 sq.ft.
-Fifth Floor Outdoor amenities including an outdoor pool
-16,000 sq.ft. of ground floor retail
-“Future Proofing” Internet Package deal with Rogers
-Licence plate recognition for Parking
-Building Designed to achieve a LEED® Gold status.
-Outstanding work from a company with over 80-plus years of experience
Located at the corner of Bloor St E & Parliament St, it is a place for young families, university students, and downtown commuters. There are numerous amounts of parks and playgrounds in the area such as Wellesley Park and Rosedale Ravine Land Park. North facing suites will have a lovely view of the Rosedale Valley.
The area is diverse and has food of all ethnicities! Enjoy Filipino food at Chae Chester Fried Chicken Express, Italian at Panago Pizza, and Canadian/Jamaican at Under the Table.
Neighbouring communities such as Cabbagetown and Yorkville each provide their own luxury and charm. A quick TTC ride will bring you all over Toronto’s downtown core to enjoy so many other vibrant areas and their nightlife.
Right between Sherbourne TTC Station and Castle Frank TTC Station commuting is simple with a transit score of 95/100. Union Station is just 20-minutes away via Bloor subway and The DVP is easily accessible.
Toronto University students will enjoy the unlimited transit options with TTC stops right at the corner of Bloor St E & Parliament making Ryerson University and University of Toronto an effortless commute. In the area, there are many schools for all ages as well as the art-based high school Rosedale Heights School of the Arts and Branksome Hall Private School.
Since much of the main downtown core has already been taken up by projects currently under construction, projects via Bloor St seem to be becoming the next focal point!