352 Front St - Unit 406
- 2 Bed
- 2 Bath
- 0 Park
- 2 Days
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Fly Condos – 352 Front St W
Registration date 2013-11-26
A new dimension to a popular historic neighbourhood. Stroll along Front Street between Blue Jays Way and Spadina Avenue and you will pass a 24-storey residential tower with 465 suites known as Fly Condos at number 352. Since 2013, the condominium has been a visual draw starting with the unique porte-cochère–the focal point of the superior exterior design by Graziani & Corazza Architects. Layers of horizontal balconies intersect the vertical rise of the mid-rise building with rhythmic precision. As a perfect example of neighbourhood integration, the structure is linked by a landscaped promenade to Clarence Square Park, an adjacent landmark green space.
Apart from the spectacular design, there are many reasons to admire the condo development from Empire Communities. The location is ideal and the King West neighbourhood vibrant and exciting. It is known to be the hub of local culture and a locus of regional business. Those who like to play near where they work have the perfect destination.
With projects like the Fly Condos, Toronto is emerging as the picture of modernity and centre of the most radical architectural designs. An amazing transformation has taken place in this former industrial and working class region.
Fly Condos Amenities
Taking a cue from the dramatic exterior, the interior designers from Munge Leung have opted for a two-storey lobby with an Asian flair, complete with sculptural seating, cut-glass columns and metal birds overhead like oversize origami creatures. A green, white and gold palette enhances the space with its understated elegance. The second level opens onto a landscaped courtyard.
In terms of amenities, there is much to praise. Residents can socialize on the rooftop terrace and tanning deck at the High Society lounge and bar. Resort-style private cabanas, a catering kitchen and barbecue stations make this the center of in-house entertaining. Many chose to congregate in the Fly Fitness Club, a workout haven on the second floor, outfitted with a yoga & Pilates studio, state-of-the-art weight and spinning area, sauna and juice bar. The two Zen gardens for meditation and quiet time are simply icing on the cake. At other times you will find activity in the meeting and party rooms, movie theatre and multimedia centre. Guests are accommodated in a variety of available suites.
The developers have envisioned a perfect blend of indoor and outdoor living with convenience as their mantra. With so much to do, little time needs to be spent in the suites. However, the studios and one and two-bedroom layouts are well-appointed and afford spectacular views. Sizes range from 400 to 1,100 square feet, all with a gourmet kitchen and spa bathrooms. The open concept design maximizes the use of space and offers contemporary luxury in every detail such as the glass backsplash, the polished granite countertops and custom cabinets. Residents relish the deep soaker tubs, chrome-framed glass showers, walk-in closets, easy-clean engineered flooring and stacked washer/dryer combos.
Fly Condos Neighbourhood
With its central location near the Theatre, Financial and Entertainment Districts, the Fly Condos are a major draw for residents seeking easy access to nearby amenities and cultural events. Urbanites want to be in the know and use what the city has to offer. Fine dining, great shopping on Spadina and Queen Streets, and a rich nightlife are reasons enough to live in a local high rise. Add the proximity of major landmarks like the Rogers Centre and the CN Tower and you have the recipe for the perfect urban experience. Minutes away is Union Station, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Roy Thomson Hall and the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Bars and restaurants in the hood include Sweet Jesus, the Loose Moose and PAI.
Access to mass transit is a real plus for commuters and those who enjoy exploring the Greater Metropolitan Area. You have a variety of options from rail and bus to streetcar and auto. Drivers will find the Gardiner Expressway convenient and close. Toronto is completely linked by all modes of transportation, enabling residents across town to enjoy the diversity of the neighbourhoods..
Fly Condos Developers
With its compelling motto, Empire Communities has emerged as a Toronto developer of import. “The name you trust, in the city you love” rings true with locals, especially given the longevity of the company since the 1990s and the many awards garnered. Among their successful projects are Beyond The Sea and Star Tower on the lakeshore, Schoolhouse in the Annex neighbourhood, The Modern in Toronto, The Vineyards in Richmond Hill, The Continental and C Condos in North York, and the Oakville Rain Condominiums. They have covered the Greater Metropolitan area with prestigious buildings of exemplary modern style.