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Who said Toronto condo owners were stand-offish? Purchasers of B.Streets Condos came out in droves to meet, mingle and learn more about what life at the Annex boutique building will be like.

The homeowners filled the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon at the Toronto Reference Library on April 1st to learn more about Lindvest project and the closing, occupancy and the move-in process.

Many of the attendees admitted to being new to condo life, making the presentation by Tania Haluk of FirstService Residential all the more handy. Haluk explained the property management responsibilities of FirstService and laid out what to expect during the pre-delivery inspection. A representative of Tarion was also on hand.

The crowd was a great cross-section of the city, proof of the project’s appeal among city residents. Purchasers at B.Streets have clearly already taken to the idea of being their own little community and Lindvest is encouraging the sentiment by setting up a special community website for residents to stay up to date on what’s going on in the building.

Here are a few snaps from the event:

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B.Streets

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B Streets

The mid-rise project is made up of 195 condos and townhomes and is situated at 783 Bathurst St., just south of Bloor St. W. Only thirteen units remain with summertime move-in dates. Residences start in the high $300,000s.

For more information contact 416-53-CONDO or info@bstreetscondos.com.

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