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This serene apartment building in Toronto just dropped some hot rental incentives

Many Toronto residents understand the tough decision-making process that goes into finding the perfect rental, one that mixes easy access to much of the city and a calm, relaxing environment with perks.

One apartment building in Toronto is helping residents with the transition without compromising on their urban lifestyle. New tenants can take advantage of exclusive incentive offers, enjoy luxurious finishes and decorate their homes according to their aesthetics.

capreit torontoCanadian Apartment Properties REIT (CAPREIT) is Canada’s largest publicly-traded provider of quality rental housing. CAPREIT is offering either two months of free rent, or a furniture credit of up to $10,000 for anyone who moves into the Tower Hill East at 330 Spadina Road

Located near Spadina and St. Clair West, people renting at this property love being a part of the Forest Hill community. Known as one of the city’s most coveted neighbourhoods, residents here get to enjoy both the city buzz and the quieter corners of parks and ravines nearby. 

capreit torontoTower Hill East sits right between Nordheimer Ravine and Sir Winston Churchill Park. Living beside two amazing green spaces is like an oasis in the city, helping residents remove themselves from the rapid pace of Toronto's concrete jungle whenever they feel like it. 

Take your dog for a walk, ride your bike on the trails, or let the kids get some fresh air, and retreat from the city mayhem without having to jet too far from home. 

Living at Tower Hill means you are steps from Toronto's historic Casa Loma. This year-round city attraction hosts frequent events spanning art activations like the upcoming Princess Diana immersive, rotating concert programming and candlelit symphonies, plus fine dining and drinks at the luxurious BlueBlood Steakhouse.

capreit torontoThe duality of having both a nature and city lifestyle exists when living at Tower Hill East. When you feel like stepping out into the metropolis again, hop on the St. Clair streetcar that's less than a minute walk away from your front door.

Leave your quiet street and explore a slate of neighbourhoods like Yorkville down Avenue Road with its pick of shopping and nightlife, or Corso Italia across St. Clair West with some of the city's best eats.

The 512 St. Clair streetcar can take you to Midtown (Yonge and St. Clair) in about 10 minutes while the Eaton Centre downtown is a simple 20-minute commute. 

capreit torontoTower Hill East is also a place that promotes balance. You can leave the antics of downtown and return to your neck of the woods, where the pace is relaxed, comfortable and accessible. Great schools and neighbourhood staples like grocery, pharmacy and recreation are all nearby. 

Walk to Loblaws in about five minutes, after dropping the kids off at one of the great public or private schools available in the area, like Wychwood School, Bishop Strachan or Oakwood Collegiate. 

capreit torontoThere are bachelor, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units available at Tower Hill East, all ranging between 482 to 3,240 square feet. 

To book a viewing at 330 Spadina, you can call the rental office at 416-966-9054 or check out CAPREIT's website to see more photos and information about the property. Those two months' free rent could be the boost you need to start fresh this spring.

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Canadian Apartment Properties REIT

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