July 27, 2010
One of the big draws to Toronto’s Annex is the diverse array of cuisine that lines Bloor St. and several side streets in the neighbourhood.
Most of the restaurants are very affordable but the quality of the food is often excellent.
A five minute walk down Bloor between Spadina and Bathurst will take you past Thai, Korean and Japanese restaurants, patios ideal for afternoon brunch, half a dozen shawarma places and plenty of bars serving a variety of beer and pitchers of sangria so you can unwind after a long day at work.
Moving to the area you’d be tempted never to cook again with so many breakfast, lunch and dinner options right at your doorstep.
But the units in Empire Communities‘ new Schoolhouse [map] condo development have such immaculately designed kitchens that, despite now living in the heart of the Annex, you’ll be inclined to stay in and cook every night.
Neff Kitchens are widely renowned as worldwide leaders in premium kitchen design. With their exotic wood grains, custom colours and highly functional design, Neff Kitchens are perfect for experienced chefs and amateur cooks at any level.
Model Suite kitchen complete with island
If you’re lacking in cooking experience, the Neff design will encourage you to hone those skills.
While the Annex may offer an unparalleled array of tempting dining options, it’s time to bust out the oven mitts and start learning to cook.
And where better to learn this invaluable skill than in the Schoolhouse?
The Schoolhouse Model Suite is open on weekends from 12-5pm and can be viewed by appointment throughout the week. Interested parties are to call 416-569-6818 or visit here.You can also visit the Empire Living Condo Store from Monday to Friday between 12pm and 7pm or on weekends and holidays between 12pm and 6pm.