- Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto
- Prominent location on Yonge Street
- Close to Toronto’s Financial District
- Top-rated schools such as Ryerson University and University of Toronto
- Close to Eaton Centre
- PATH underground network, with 30 kilometres of walkways
- Queen Station and King Station
Ryerson University, Canada’s pioneer in creative, career-oriented education, is just a short walking distance away. Home to Canada’s largest undergraduate business school, the Ted Rogers School of Management. Also, home to the country’s third largest undergraduate engineering school and the best media school.
In addition, The University of Toronto, one of the world’s most prestigious institutions with over 700 undergraduate degrees and 200 postgraduate degrees, is just a 7-minute drive away. The university, while having a long history of innovation and research, was the home of such ground-breaking technological moments as the discovery of insulin, stem cell research, and the invention of the electron microscope. Teaching is often cited as a strength by the university in fields such as medicine, finance, engineering, humanities, education, and many others.
Yonge Street is Toronto’s most prominent and busiest street. One of the world’s longest arteries, stretching from the shores of Lake Ontario all the way north to Barrie. Other major streets in Toronto, such as Dundas, Bloor, Queen, King, and University, form a grid basis on which the city’s transit network is built. Traveling through the GTA is easy even from these main arteries, which branch out in any direction into the GTA’s eastern and western reaches, such as Scarborough, Durham Region, Etobicoke, Peel Region, and Halton Region to the east and west, and York Region to the north.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) maintains a vibrant and ever-present public transportation system in downtown Toronto, with large subway lines, streetcar lines, and bus routes all converging throughout the downtown area and funneling into the center of Union Station, located at the southern edge of the Entertainment District. Travellers, commuters, and adventurers alike have seemingly endless options from here. The UP Express Train connect Union Station to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga. Also, the GO Transit infrastructure operates commuter rail lines in the GTA and beyond. Above all, the VIA Rail provides intercity transport along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, Canada’s most populous region.
Concord Sky Tower – One of Canada’s Tallest Reseidential Buildings
The landmark residence is set to be a perfect fit for those seeking both luxury and location. Concord Sky’s development is an iconic part of the city and will continue to play a significant role in shaping its future.