(Source: The Toronto Star)
Fly’s opening weekend resulted in sales of 330 of 458 suites. ‘Confidence is slowly seeping back’ says developer after prime site launch goes well
The success of the Fly condominium launch last weekend could be a harbinger that confidence is returning to the market, says Paul Golini, Empire Communities executive vice-president. Despite wet and windy weather, Fly’s opening weekend resulted in sales of 330 of 458 suites offered at the 352 Front St. W. site, between Blue Jays Way and Spadina Ave. The 24-storey glass and metal modern tower designed by Graziani & Corazza Architects will be across from the Rogers Centre and within walking distance of restaurants and nightlife, sports venues, the theatre and financial districts.
“It was fabulous, it was inspiring,” says Golini of the opening. “Price, product and location came together at the right time.
Read the full article by Tracy Hanes “Affordability helps sales takes flight” in the Toronto Star (May 16, 2009)