Living above Lake Ontario: Toronto Metro News real estate article highlights Eau Du Soleil Condominiums (Nov. 29, 2012)
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The following overview — which I’ve posted in pursuit of my interest in highlighting a wide range of frames of reference related to Humber Bay Shores and the Mississauga/Toronto waterfront — is from an article entitled ‘Living above Lake Ontario’ appearing on Nov. 29, 2012 (p. 59) in the Toronto Metro News. The image above is from an Eau Du Soleil website. To visit the website, click on the link in the previous sentence.
Living above Lake Ontario
1. Meet the condo
• What. Eau Du Soleil
• Builder. Empire Communities
• Location. Marine Parade Drive
• Sizes. From 504 to 1,046 sq. ft.
• Pricing. From $277,990 to $799,990
2. The project overview
The newest high-rise from Empire Communities features two towers overlooking Lake Ontario, located right along the Etobicoke waterfront. Rising 66 and 45 storeys high, the condos will take their place in this established community known for its scenic lakefront parks and ample recreation facilities.
3. Location and transit
Just seconds away from the Gardiner Expressway, providing a quick and convenient route to downtown Toronto. The Mimico GO station is minutes away and TTC light rail and buses are right at your doorstep. Nearby Highway 427 and the QEW provide speedy routes to the north and west.
4. In the neighbourhood
At Eau Du Soleil, residents will have connections to the water, the city and nature. Located right on the waterfront, you can hike and bike in Humber Bay Park and Palace Pier Park. Residents can enjoy the many restaurants and lounges located along The Queensway.
5. Building amenities
Sixth floor facilities include a salt water pool and hot tub. The CrossFit training zone is equipped with cardio and weight machines, spin room and a yoga/Pilates studio. There are three theatre rooms, a party room, games room, private dining rooms and outdoor community gardens.
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