Lifetime Developments announces final release with the Connected Collection
Toronto’s Entertainment District has been an area of constant change and evolution.
Beginning as a thriving industrial district, and then pounding with a dynamic nightlife scene, the Entertainment District has just undergone what may be its most significant transformation yet.
Toronto’s condo boom has beckoned residents to the city’s core over the last decade. The area’s explosive growth has seen clubs replaced with condos and Toronto’s Entertainment District is moving into its second act. Surrounded by cultural landmarks and exciting attractions, the Entertainment District has been redefined as one of the city’s most celebrated locations to live.
“The transformation of the Entertainment District has been spectacular; people are excited to be eating at new restaurants and enjoying a thriving night life. Now, we are able to offer people the opportunity to live where their life is,” says Brian Brown, vice president of Lifetime Developments.
Located at the corner of Adelaide and John Street, The Bond Condominiums by Lifetime Developments is one of the area’s most successful and highly anticipated projects. Offering buyers a final opportunity for home ownership in this energetic neighbourhood, Lifetime has just announced the release of the Connected Collection, which includes two new floors and a limited number of newly released suites.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer a final chance to live at The Bond,” adds Brown. “Located just steps from the John Street Cultural Corridor, The Bond really offers residents the chance to live at the centre of it all with an excellent pricing offer.”
To celebrate the release of the Connected Collection and the final suites at The Bond, Lifetime is offering a limited time promotion for $15,000 cash back on the purchase of studio, one-bedroom or one-bedroom plus den layouts, and $30,000 cash back on the purchase of two-bedroom and larger layouts. Purchasers can also look forward to only a 15 per cent deposit.
Designed by Charles Gane of Core Architects, the tower’s 42-storey dramatic glass and steel façade will be anchored by a bold geometric podium. The stunning suite interiors are designed by Thomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting, and feature ninefoot ceiling heights, floor to ceiling windows and spacious balconies in each suite — amplifying the suite’s panoramic views of the city and lake.
The kitchens offer custom-designed cabinetry, a choice of natural stone or quartz countertops, tile backsplash and state of the art European appliances. Bathrooms will also feature customdesigned contemporary cabinetry and the choice of natural stone or quartz countertops in addition to a five-foot white soaker tub and a glass shower stall adorned with chrome fixtures.
Boasting two floors of amenity space, residents will have access to the 7th floor Urban Retreat, featuring a private lounge complete with a wet bar, event kitchen and dining room, elegant double-sided fireplace, billiards lounge, golf simulator, and an outdoor terrace.
Just above, the 8th floor Fitness Retreat is complete with a weight and cardio training room, a double-height yoga studio, an outdoor pool and hot tub, plus a sun lounge equipped with a juice bar.
“Long before the transformation began, we knew that the Entertainment District was an area on the rise that would be appealing, given the right attention to detail and design,” says Brown. “With its landmark location, beautifully designed suites and desirable amenities, we don’t anticipate the new collection of suites to be available for long.”
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