Located at 483 Bay St, residents will enjoy easy accessibility to a wide range of attractions ranging from Queen’s Park, Nathan Phillips Square, Royal Ontario Museum, Yonge Dundas Square, Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, CN Tower, and Ripley’s Aquarium.
Transit Near The 483 Bay Street Condos Toronto:
Residents will find 483 Bay St Condos quite transit friendly with a wide range of transportation options within short proximity from the new development. Including Queen TTC Subway Station within 5-6 minutes from the development and Union Station, approximately a 15 minute walk away. While also situating residents within a short distance from TTC Tram stops, as well.
Shopping Close To 483 Bay St Condos:
Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, the 483 Bay Street Condos will offer residents a wide range of shopping within short proximity from the development. With some including streetside retail, Yonge-Dundas Square, and major malls, in particular Toronto Eaton Centre. Offering residents a wide range of restaurants, services, and retailers ranging from Apple, Boss Hugo Boss, Banana Republic, Canada Goose, Hollister, Lacoste, Lululemon, NordStrom, Samsung, Uniqlo, and much more.
Toronto General Hospital (approximately 9 minute walk)
Mount Sinai Hospital (approximately 12 minute walk)
The Hospital for Sick Children (approximately 11 minute walk)
St. Michael’s Hospital (approximately 8-10 minute walk)
Post-Secondary Institutions Close To The 483 Bay St Condos In Toronto:
The new development’s central location will situate residents of 483 Bay St Condos, within short proximity to a variety of post secondary institutions such as the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, OCAD University, and George Brown College.
Recreational Areas Nearby:
With a wide variety of recreational areas ranging from parks, beaches, and swimming pools within short proximity from 483 Bay Street Condos, residents will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Some include David Pecaut Square, Grange Park, Queen’s Park, Sugar Beach, Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena, and Roundhouse Park