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BLOORVISTA at Islington Terrace now open for registration

Exciting news for homebuyers looking to live in one of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods. BLOORVISTA at Islington Terrace, the second phase of Tridel’s master-planned condominium community rising at Bloor and Islington, is now open for registration.

This brand new community is the second tower in the highly successful Islington Terrace, in a well-established neighbourhood that has just about everything a homeowner could want: shopping, transit, parks and green space, plus extensive recreational amenities. The incredible Terrace Club boasts 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor family-friendly amenity space, including a basketball court, pool, sauna, yoga studios, fitness centre, sundeck, children’s play area and much more..

So much for the public areas; private spaces in the architecturally striking BLOORVISTA are just as impressive, tastefully designed in contemporary style. Suite layouts range from one-bedroom to two-bedroom-plus den, priced from the mid-$200,000s.

BLOORVISTA at Islington Terrace has it all, located in its own premier neighbourhood but just minutes from downtown by subway. Highway access is also convenient; both Highway 427 and 401, and the Gardiner Expressway, are a short drive from Bloor and Islington.

Visit the Presentation Centre to explore the possibilities at BLOORVISTA. Pick up a brochure next Sunday, September 13.

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3326 Bloor Street West, at Islington

Toronto, M8X 1E8

Monday to Thursday: 11am–7pm

Friday: Closed

Sat, Sun & Holidays: 12 noon–6pm

416.645.8862

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