The Prince Arthur
Number of Units: 161
Number of Storeys: 24
Built In: 1999
- Visitor Parking
- Exercise Room
- Meeting Room
- Steam Room
- Party Room
- Valet Parking
- Parking Garage
- Courtyard Garden
- Security Guard
- Security System
Maintenance Fees Include:
- Building Insurance
- Common Elements Maintenance
The magnificent Prince Arthur condominium, with its prominent archway entrance leading to a stunning courtyard, is resplendent from all angles. The building includes valet parking, a full fitness centre including a sauna, gorgeous library, as well as many other amenities for its residents.
The Prince Arthur offers spacious suites, varying from one to four-bedrooms, many of which feature hardwood floors, large windows and high-end finishes. Some suites even have open balconies or terraces.
Nestled between two neighbourhoods, residents are able to enjoy the dynamic features of both: the ritzy glamour of Yorkville and the eclectic charm of The Annex. Close proximity to the Financial and Entertainment Districts, the Mink Mile Shopping area on Bloor Street, major transit arteries and the Yonge/Bloor subway lines make The Prince Arthur a highly-desired building for affluent professionals and residents looking for high-quality service.
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Located on the west side of Avenue Road and north of Bloor Street West, The Prince Arthur is situated directly across from Yorkville Avenue.
A centre for business, arts, fashion, and entertainment, Yorkville is one of Toronto’s most dynamic neighbourhoods. Residents are just steps to elegant fine dining, a vibrant nightlife, cultural events, trendy boutiques, art galleries, The Royal Ontario Museum, and much more. Upscale grocery stores such as Whole Foods and Pusateri’s Fine Foods are nearby for your gourmet and organic product needs. A Shopper’s Drug Mart, beauty salons, health and medical services and other personal service are also nearby. For fresh air and green spaces, the Ramsden Park and Queen’s Park are only a short distance away.
For drivers, the Don Valley Parkway is a few minutes’ drive away, and the heart of the city, at Yonge and Bloor, is at your doorstep. Public transportation is readily available at both the Bay and St. George Subway Stations.
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