The recent launch of The Collective, a creative video series campaign released by Lifetime Developments, has been shining a spotlight on the city’s vibrant Entertainment District. The campaign was introduced in light of the release of the Connected Collection, The Bond’s latest and final release of suites.

The eight-week series — one video is released each week — features key players in Toronto’s entertainment scene such as Zark Fatah of Capture Group, Charles Khabouth of INK Entertainment and Hanif Harji of Icon Legacy Hospitality. The aim of the campaign is to showcase the unique and dynamic lifestyle brands that call downtown Toronto home.

The series will finish with a long-form, documentary-style piece about the district as a whole, highlighting its main attractions and neighbourhood staples.

In addition to the video campaign, Lifestyle Developments has recently renewed their popular Instagram series, the #BondTO Instagram Contest. The contest invites users of the platform to share photos of how they connect with the Entertainment District. A new winner will be announced each week and prizes like a tequila tasting for two, a tour of the Steamwhistle Brewery or even an iPhone 6 will be handed out.

Located at Adelaide and John, The Bond Condos is indeed in the centre of it all. With plenty of restaurants, shops and nightlife options like Khao San Road, the Ballroom and Copacabana Grilled Brazilian at the building’s doorstep, it would be almost impossible to run out of things to do.

The 393-unit building also features desirable amenities like a sun deck, exercise room, games room, yoga and pilates room and a lounge. Nine-foot ceilings, custom-designed kitchen cabinetry and a sophisticated lobby interior give the development a feel of luxury and downtown elegance. Check out some renderings of the space below:

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BondTerraceSuite Prices range from $391,900 to $3,999,900.

To find out more about The Bond Condos, visit thebond.ca or email info@thebond.ca.

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