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Two elegant 14-storey towers connected by a 5-storey podium comprised of 267 suites, built by Monarch Developments in 2005.

All suites have balconies, terraces or patios. Elaborately landscaped courtyard features water accents and seating areas.

The two-storey lobby with unobstructed lake and city views connects Marine Parade Drive with the passenger drop off area.

With nine foot ceilings in each suite and large windows, you'll be in the perfect position to soak in all the splendour of Toronto's waterfront area. You'll be a short drive away from the downtown core, and a quick walk away from the relaxing recreational opportunities of Humber Bay Park. And, when you don't feel like leaving home, you'll have access to all of the terrific amenities that residents have come to expect.

On Site Amenities

Indoor Swimming pool

Change Rooms with Sauna

Fitness centre with commercial grade fitness equipment

Formal dining and meeting room overlooking the lake

Spa facility

Fully-equipped theatre for private screenings

Party room with caterers kitchen and wet bar

Billiards room

Cyber lounge and much more


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.