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Boutique Condos

Listing status
Developer sold out
Condo
306 Units, 35 Stories
1.5 - 2.5 Bedrooms
Completed 2010

Overview

Boutique Condos is a new condo community By Urban Capital , ALIT Developments , Malibu Investments Inc. and West Development at 126 Simcoe St, Toronto. The community was completed in 2010. Boutique Condos has a total of 306 units.
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Boutique Condos details

Building Type:Condo
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Completed In:2010
Architect(s): By CORE Architects
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Amenities
Exercise Room
Concierge
Rooftop Terrace
Guest Suites
Pool
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Boutique Condos marketing summary

From Urban Capital Property Group:

Welcome to a new genre of condominium living fashioned exclusively for your life in downtown Toronto. boutique is utterly chic and ultimately rare, with spectacular amenities and very personalized, hotel-inspired services. boutique. Check in and start living.
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Last update: Apr 25, 2013
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