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Properties Recently Sold in Palace Pier

Building Description

Palace Pier and Palace Place are located on the southeast corner of Lakeshore Blvd. West and Place Pier Court. Palace Pier was constructed in 1979 and included an in-house restaurant and tennis courts. Palace Place on the other hand, was built by Bramalea in 1993 on the bank of the Humber (hence the building closest to the water). Both buildings have an in-house convenient store, a party room at the top of the building, squash courts, swimming pool, exercise room, 24 hour concierge, bus service to Union Station that operate independently of each other, and valet parking. Lake views are the premium units with much higher price points.

Luxurious Palace Pier offers these Five star amenities

24 hour Concierge Service, Valet Parking, and deliveries accepted by staff

Full Security Systems - closed circuit T.V. and individual suite alarm. Guards on duty 24 hours a day.

Car wash bay, bicycle storage area, daily dry cleaning service.

Shuttle Bus to Union Station, Loblaws, Queens Quay, St. Lawrence Market, Sherway Gardens and Cloverdale Mall.

Health Club with Atrium Indoor Pool, Squash Court, Valet Parking, Golf driving practice area, Weight Room, Aerobics Room, Saunas, Whirlpool and indoor Jogging Track.

Palace Pier Spa, a relaxing environment located on-site.

Billiard Room, Table Tennis Room, Arts and Craft Room, Carpentry Room, Library, Meeting Room, Party Room.

Guest Suites.

VDSL TV system together with high speed internet.

Barbeque facilities - 5 barbeques with 10 picnic tables.

Outdoor Tennis Court and putting green.

Roof Top Club with intimate library and bar. Roof Top Sun decks.

Convenience store on-site.

Lakefront gardens adjoining lakeshore boardwalk and pedestrian bridge over the Humber River. Lakefront bicycle path at your door.

Neighbourhood

Located just to the west of downtown Toronto, Humber Bay is a neighbourhood that combines easy access to the conveniences and entertainments of the city with enjoyment of a quieter, more natural life next to the lake and the hills, valleys and parks of the area. Bordered by Mimico Creek and the Humber River Valley, the Humber Bay neighbourhood has become a highly sought-after destination for those looking for more than the bustle of downtown. As development of luxury condominiums has lured more and more families and professionals to the area, the neighbourhood has taken on a vibrancy and excitement of its own.

As well as the natural hills and valleys, residents enjoy a number of parks. Nearby South Humber Park has a trail frequently used by hikers, joggers and cyclists that links up the Martin Goodman Trail along Toronto’s waterfront. Humber Bay Park, on the shore of Lake Ontario, has a yacht club, a model boat pond and a fly casting pond. Park Lawn Park has an outdoor pool, tennis courts, a baseball diamond a winter ice rink.