Saturday, April 11, 2009

A Touch of Italian in the City of Toronto: Burano Condominium

Artistry will be seen in the Burano Condominium. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, this piece of real estate at 832 Bay Street is something to look out for. Burano Condominium serves as a triumph of design and a journey from art to architecture. The glory of artistry that is truly Italian is now planted in the Bay Street soil!

The 48 story high Burano will rise above a 3 storey podium among the historical Addison on the Bay. The pride of the neighborhood will be its entrance plaza which will have interplay of art and light off its three story glass lobby and its pedestrian space. There are many establishments along the area like being steps away to the Yonge/College subway, minutes away to the financial district, theatre district, women’s hospital, Ryerson University, University of Toronto and the trendy amenities and shopping district in Bloor street.

The Burano suites ranges from 450 sq.ft. for one bedroom and to over 1,400 sq.ft for 3 bedrooms plus den suites. Every suite will also have pre-engineered hardwood floors, top of the line fixtures and gourmet inspired kitchens. Luxurious finishes also include like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, integrated microwave/hood and many other that you will have a chance to select, to fit your lifestyle and personality.There is also a balcony, offering a great view of the Toronto city. Estimated price of a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and 1 balcony suite is $289,900. This price excludes parking and locker fee.

Like other condominiums, the Burano Condominium also offers great amenities for all ages, young and old alike. Residents can meditate as well as work out in the well equipped exercise room complete with private space for pilates and yoga. A wonderful place to entertain is the stunning party room equipped with full kitchen. There is also a home theatre with state of the art equipment and comfortable seats and an internet lounge and billiards/game room to socialize with guests. That’s not all. There is also a marvelous rooftop terrace with hot tub and a private coffee bar.

Expected date of occupancy is on October 2010. There is still plenty of time to save up and own a suite in this wonderful piece of real estate that has a touch of Italian in the bustling city of Toronto.

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