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Pier 27 Toronto's New Waterfront Condo Upcoming Opening

.Pier 27 Toronto Waterfront Condos

Ø      Toronto New Condo Preview Opening.   Pier 27 at the Waterfront (Yonge St)

Time has finally arrived for the opening of the spectacular Toronto waterfront masterpiece to be built at the foot of Yonge Street overlooking Lake Ontario.

To our clients and customers wishing to join us for the upcoming Agent Preview on June 11st - one day event before the unveiling to the general public please give us a call.


Highlights of the development:

  • Prime Toronto Waterfront Location
  • Located at the foot of Yonge Street on the shore of Lake Ontario
  • Due to be complete by 2010
  • A spectacular architectural design
  • Magical Glass and steel facade, sparkling reflection from the lake
  • Featuring 2 mid-rise towers (which do not block out the water)
  • One tower will be 12 storys and one 14
  • Topped with a 3 storey Cantilevered bridge connecting the two towers that will contain the projects penthouses.
  • Featuring floor to ceiling windows to take full advantage of the lakeviews
  • Designed by Peter Clewes of Architects Alliance
  • Includes public access to the waterfront.
  • The towers will contain 477 suites
  • Starting at 670 square feet
  • Prices range from around the $400,000's and up to 4 million

Click here to register or for more information

Visit us online anytime at www.SuttonRealty.com for general information of new developments.


*not intended to solicit clients under contract

Posted: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 2:42 AM by Sutton Realty


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