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300 Front by Tridel, Toronto, ON

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Developer sold out
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300 Front St W, Toronto, ON
Condo
682 Units, 49 Stories
1 - 3 Bedrooms
Completed 2013

Overview

300 Front is a new condo community By Tridel at 300 Front St W, Toronto. The community was completed in 2013. 300 Front has a total of 682 units.
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300 Front details

Building Type:Condo
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Construction Started:2010
Completed In:2013
Builder(s): By Tridel
Interior Designer(s): By U31
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300 Front marketing summary

Experience the pinnacle of condo luxury. For those who treasure life at its finest, Tridel introduces a rare collection of condo suites in Toronto's landmark downtown Entertainment District. Beginning on the 44th floor and soaring up to the top 49th floor, these signature residences offer you the most breathtaking views while you enjoy life in absolute comfort and the height of style.
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