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1001 BAY

1001 BAY

1001 Bay Street, Toronto

$869 / sqf in this building
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1001 BAY 1001 Bay Street  Bay Street Corridor

1001 BAY – 1001 Bay Street

Date Registered (1990-02-23)


1001 Bay is a development that is truly ahead of its time. Don’t let its date of construction fool you, this condominium complex is a shining, modern example of ingenious engineering. This building of concrete and glass is located at 1001 Bay Street. in the Bay St. Corridor of Toronto. It has an incredible five hundred and sixty-four units spread across thirty-five storeys. This condominium has a number of different options to choose from: there are one bedrooms and two bedroom suites with the option for a den. The one bedroom condos are 542 square feet in size and the one bedrooms with a den are between 597 and 673 square feet in area. The two bedroom suites are 1,127 to 1,316 square feet in size and the two bedrooms with a den are a spacious 1,316 square feet in total area. The 1001 Bay at 1001 Bay Street. is the creation of Strasscorp Holdings Inc. These suites are perfect for the professional single, couple, or small family.



These suites have a number of different styles for different tastes. These units can be professional, artistic, or simply practical, depending on what you’re looking for. What these units do have in common is tall windows, hardwood floors, and tasteful decorating. They are all well-lit and bright.

The 1001 Bay at 1001 Bay Street. has a number of amenities available. This secure building has a security guard on duty at all times and there is an Enter Phone System, as well. For those days when you feel the need to get fit, you can visit the building’s private gym and exercise room. After a hard workout, you’ll need to relax those stiff muscles in the 1001 Bay’s sauna before lounging by the pool for the afternoon. This building has a parking garage, eliminating the need to locate a space on the street. Local transit is also nearby.

The 1001 Bay’s maintenance fees cover common element maintenance, building insurance, cable television, parking, and of course, water.



There is plenty to do in the Bay St. Corridor community. When you need that morning injection of caffeine before beginning a busy day at work, you can make a pit stop at either the Starbucks or Tim Hortons nearby for a quick cup of coffee or mocha. For those days where you have the morning to enjoy with your friends, then wile way the morning at the Coffee Island, which is a laid-back place with specialty coffees. You can also venture a bit further and try the Church Street Espresso, which has an outdoor deck. On those evenings where you don’t want to cook, then grab the family and head out to the Ethiopian House, which is a colourful dining room with platters of finger foods and features a coffee roasting ceremony. Alternatively, you can go across the street to the Koyoi for Japanese food in a casual setting. If you just want some quick and easy takeout, then a McDonald’s is just to the southeast and a Hero Certified Burgers is just to the northeast. 

If you’d like to get out and experience the local nightlife, then you can begin your night at the Mullins Irish Pub, just a block away from your new home at 1001 Bay. This is a neighbourhood alehouse with televised sports. Afterwards, you can try the Wickson Social, which is a more sophisticated spot for drinks and has a European menu. You can end your night at Fox and Fiddle, which is situated in a landmark building. 

On an afternoon, where you’d like to take a walk, you can walk to the large Queen’s Park, just a few blocks away to the west or take a longer walk to the Barbara Hall Park, just a couple of blocks east of your front door. The Rosedale Ravine Lands Park and the Ryerson Community Park are also in the area. If you’re more in the mood to catch a play, then stop in at the Isabel Bader Theatre or the Ryerson Theatre, both of which are within an easy walk. When you want to see a movie the Cineplex Cinemas Varsity and VIP are just to the north and the Cineplex Cinemas Yonge-Dundas and VIP are just to the south. If you’d like to take in a little bit of history and culture, the Gardiner Museum and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Ontario Branch are in the area.

The Bay St. Corridor neighbourhood is considered to be an excellent place for walking and a great area for biking. Local Transit is also easily accessible from your new residence at 1001 Bay on 1001 Bay St.



Strasscorp Holdings Inc. is the company behind the development and construction of 1001 Bay located at 1001 Bay Street in the Bay St. Corridor community of Toronto.