AN EXTRAORDINARY RESIDENTIAL LOCATION
Whether travelling by TTC, bike, car, or walking, 1001 Broadview Residences means effortless access to downtown and cultural attractions such as vibrant Greektown, Royal Ontario Museum or Art Gallery of Ontario. Even the commute to cottage country gets a little easier with quick access to the Don Valley Parkway and 401.
1001 BROADVIEW RESIDENCES TRULY STANDS APART ON TORONTO’S URBAN LANDSCAPE
Perched on the edge of the Don Valley at Mortimer, these unique condos and townhomes will offer unrivalled protected views of the Don Valley—the jewel in the crown of Toronto’s renowned ravine system. With your new home virtually wrapped in greenery, you’ll have a front-row seat as the majestic landscape shifts season by season, popping with an ethereal green in spring, mellowing to a deep emerald in the summer, and bursting into bold reds, oranges and yellows in autumn. It’s country living in the heart of the city.
DISCOVER YOUR RITUAL
Life takes on a much more energetic pace 10 minutes south on the Danforth. Immerse yourself in this most cosmopolitan of Toronto neighbourhoods, where days and nights are centred around the culinary and the artisanal, and there’s gustatory exploration around every corner. Danforth Avenue is renowned for its Greek restaurants. But in fact, a host of local eateries and bars—some boisterous, others intimate—serve a wide range of cuisines. In addition, it’s a hotbed for independent food purveyors, coffee shops and organic groceries. A few minutes further afield, explore more intriguing sights, sounds and flavours at other area hotspots like the Evergreen Brick Works, East Chinatown, Leslieville or across the picturesque Bloor Street Viaduct in Yorkville or Yonge and Bloor.