The only condominium building on University Avenue, Empire Plaza has become a landmark in Toronto’s Financial District due to its circular structure and dark blue glass exterior. Twenty-eight storeys high, the building houses 223 units ranging from 850 to 2000 sq. ft. Inside the building, there is also an exercise room and a party room. On the roof, there’s a garden patio from which you can see a 360 degree view of the city.
At 33 University Avenue, you are in the thick of it. All of Toronto’s top destinations are within walking distance and virtually all modes of transportation are at your fingertips. One block north, on King Street West, you will find Roy Thompson Hall, the Royal Alexandria Theatre, the TIFF Bell Lightbox and a wide range of restaurants that are busy every night of the week. Heading south, you’ll find Union Station, the Air Canada Centre, the Rogers Centre and Harbourfront.
Yes, it can get a bit loud at this downtown location with so many people and cars coming and going. Fortunately, the award-winning architects, Young & Wright, consulted acoustic specialists to ensure that their design would insulate Empire Plaza’s residents from interior and exterior noise.
To keep residents safe, they also included a video surveillance system that watches all common areas and intrusion security systems were installed in every suite. Each entrance to 33 University Avenue is monitored and visitors only have access to the building through the main security desk. Residents at 33 University can rest easy in their convenient downtown home.
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