A new 52-storey condo development is coming to downtown Toronto. The Gupta Group’s The Rosedale on Bloor will rise above the historic Victorian mansions of Rosedale to the north and bustling urban streetscapes to the south.
The Rosedale on Bloor will be made up of 476 units and give residents access to virtually everything Toronto has to offer. The building’s prime location places it just minutes from the TTC’s Yonge-Bloor station and with its easy access to the whole city via subway.
But a subway ride isn’t needed to access endless entertainment options. Just west on Bloor there’s all of Yorkville to explore, with its chic outlets ranging from high-fashion heavyweights like Holt Renfrew to dozens of boutiques and cafes. The neighbourhood is also dotted with close to 40 galleries and art dealers, and plenty of fine dining choices including the modern Italian cuisine of Blu Ristorante.
A little further west along Bloor and there’s the Royal Ontario Museum and the Bata Shoe Museum, among other attractions.
It should come as no surprise, then, that the development’s 387 Bloor Street East address is rated 94 out of 100 for walkability, according to Walkscore, a private firm that measures how close residences are to a wide array of amenities.
At the Rosedale on Bloor some of these practicalities include grocery stores Sobeys, Metro and Whole Foods, as well as a GoodLife Fitness centre and a Shoppers Drug Mart.
The cost of convenience? Units start in the affordable low-$200,000 range.
The Rosedale on Bloor is currently in the registration phase. Register today to stay up-to-date.
For more information visit www.therosedaleonbloor.com