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Tridel unveils family-friendly three-bedroom suites at Via Bloor 2

In a recent report about the Toronto housing market, nearly half of respondents to a poll indicated that they considered condominiums a likely choice for a home within the next five years (see Condo.ca post More Families Likely to Choose Condo Living if Available). Tridel, Canada’s premier condo developer, is doing its part to make that a reality. Its newest condo project in Toronto, Via Bloor, includes three-bedroom, family-friendly suites that will give more families the chance to live in one of the city’s greatest neighbourhoods, Bloor Street just east of Yonge.

The three-bedroom Signature Suite at Via Bloor 2 is spacious and light-filled, with expansive windows flooding the space with natural light. The three-bedroom suites will be on the upper floors (above floor 26) in the 45-storey Via Bloor 2 tower, with gorgeous views of the Rosedale Ravine and downtown Toronto. Three-bedroom suite plans start at 950 square feet.

Signature Suite 3A at Tridel’s Via Bloor 2 has three bedrooms, includes parking, and offers families an opportunity to live in one to the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Plans begin at 950 square feet, priced from $873,000.

The addition of the two Via Bloor condo towers is part of Tridel’s plan to extend Bloor Street’s shopping district eastwards as a retail promenade with new shops, restaurants and public spaces. Tridel is calling it a “boulevard of urbanity and greenery” located just steps from two subway stops, as well as some of the city’s most interesting and culturally exciting neighbourhoods—Yorkville, the Danforth, Cabbagetown and Rosedale Village.

Via Bloor is close to the Danforth, two subway stops (Castle Frank and Sherbourne), and all of downtown Toronto.

Visit the presentation centre to register and find out more about Via Bloor 2.

Hours: Monday to Friday: 11am–7pm
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 12 noon–6pm

Location: 4800 Dufferin St, Entrance B

Toronto, ON M3H 5S0

416 649 2500

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