It has only been about 5 months since the launch of Amexon Development Corporation's The Residences of 488 University Avenue. Since launching to the public at the beginning of September 2014, the Core Architects-designed development has already sold 75% of its condominium suites. The project includes a 37 storey addition atop an existing 18-storey office tower in Downtown Toronto. Located on the northwest corner of University Avenue at Dundas Street, the office floors will also be renewed during the redevelopment, while ground realm changes will add new direct subway connections and a restaurant.
A full quarter of the building's 453 units remain available. Starting at $398,800, the development offers one bedroom suites to three bedroom + den suites, with sizes up to 1,136 square feet and balconies up to eight feet deep. Finishes being offered at 488 University include hardwood flooring, stone, tiles and European appliances, and all suites will include an ensuite bathroom with marble walls and floors.
Residents of the development will enjoy over 30,000 square feet of amenity space designed renowned by II by IV which will include a fully equipped fitness centre, indoor and outdoor pools with terrace , party rooms, a screening room and much more, all accessible from the building's two-storey SkyLobby.
Along with 488 University's new direct connection to St. Patrick subway station, the building will have valet parking for those who drive, but will put residents within easy walking distance of many downtown destinations like the Financial core, Yonge Dundas Square, the AGO, and City Hall.
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|Related Companies:||Amexon Development Corporation, Core Architects, II BY IV DESIGN, PRO-BEL, Sigmund Soudack & Associates, The Mitchell Partnership Inc., Toddglen Group of Companies, Walters Group|