BuzzBuzzHome Corp.
March 25, 2011

Earlier this week we told you about the exciting opportunity provided by the final release of suites at The L Tower [map], the Daniel Libeskind-designed condominium building already under construction at the southeast corner of Yonge and Front Streets.

Today: More nifty details about these Premier Suites. Featured exclusively on floors 3 through 12, the units all boast 10 foot ceilings and access to a handy private bank of elevators. Layouts range from one bedroom plus den designs to two bedroom designs (and from 540 to 825 square feet). Oh, and the interiors were dreamed up by Munge Leung, so we hope you dig engineered hardwood floors, sparkling Miele appliances and general good taste in decor.

The building’s soon-to-be-iconic ‘L’ shape has long been the source of buzz in the downtown core and “the final release of suites is an exciting opportunity for Torontonians to live in the heart of downtown Toronto in what will prove to be one of the city’s most innovative and impressive projects,” says Sam Crignano, a principal at Cityzen Development, which along with Fernbrook Homes and Castlepoint Realty is ushering the project along.

Continued Crignano:

The L Tower is in one of the best locations to be found in the city of Toronto. It represents the best of everything. You have the benefits of being right next door to the financial district to the west, with the quaintness of the St. Lawrence Market just to the east.”

We hear that!

Speaking of engineered hardwood floors. . .

The amenity list features a swimming pool, cardio and resistance workout rooms and saunas, a party room with a professional kitchen, a library, and, wait for it. . . a private cinema! Nice. Further, a 24-hour concierge will be available to cater to your (almost) every whim.

Remember, the building is almost completely sold out and the Premier Suites likely constitute your last chance to live in The L Tower, so if you’re intrigued, act!

To learn more about the Final Release, or about the project in general, stop by the presentation gallery at The Esplanade, just east of Yonge Street. Or click here to visit the website.

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