Condo of the week: 11 Bogert Avenue
While downtown Toronto is booming with new construction and glass towers, North York shouldn't be overlooked for bold architecture and a rise of new developments.
At Yonge and Sheppard--an intersection that's been revitalized in the last year--this three-bedroom in the Emerald Park Condos has been on the industry radar since renderings were released. First of all, the double towers are green, like exceptionally green. Tinted, curved and standing tall at 42 and 33 storeys, the buildings light up the skyline like the CN Tower on St. Patrick's Day.
The 2,000 square foot penthouse is new to market, eye-catching with its sloped lime green windows and building amenities. Indoor pool, lounge area with cabanas, fitness studio and a main floor retail space, to name a few. The suite also includes two car parking, two lockers and a 30 second walk to the new Whole Foods directly across the street.
So how much green do you need for this North York dwelling? The suite on the 33rd floor is listed for $1,395,000. Let us know what you think in the comments.
Splurging and TTC. Yonge and Sheppard has really changed since National Sports Centre was the neighbourhood's go-to destination. Today, the redeveloped Hullmark Centre dots the congested intersection along with retail space and a future LCBO that's under construction right inside the Emerald Park Condos.
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The polarizing windows and architecture isn't for everyone, says these critics from Reddit. You either love it or hate it but at least you'll never miss it exiting off the 401 Highway.
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