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Palace Place [Prestige on Toronto's Waterfront]

Palace Place on the north shore of Lake Ontario and the mouth of the Humber River [Humber Bay Shore] has become a world wide instantly recognizable landmark. What's special about Palace Place? Looking at the photo's you quickly realise the land space [footprint] that the Palace occupies. While the density along the Lake Shore and Marine Parade Dr., seems congested and close, the two original land mark towers dominate the skyline.
All this is within 15 minutes of downtown Toronto and the financial hub; Bay Street.
The waterfront features the Martin Goodman Trail which allows for walking, jogging, cycling and inline skating along a 22km path that leads through scenic parkland as well as the 300 kilometer Lake Ontario greenway Waterfront trail. Marinas, yacht clubs and boating opportunities are located within walking distance as well as waterfront dining.
Photo array with spectacular views and activities on the waterfront of Humber Bay Shore; Click here
There are 504 suites in Palace Place ranging in size from 800 to 2800 square feet. Those who may be considering Palace Place as their future home, or real estate agents representing potential purchasers will find the information in this section of our website helpful.

(1) Plans for suites from the 2nd to the 44th floors

(2) Plans for our penthouse suites on the 44th and 45th floors

(4) Building Footprint Floors 2 to 28

(5) Building Footprint Floors 29 to 44

(6) Building Footprint Penthouse Floors 45 and 46

If you are curious about the last 12 months sales please click here; provide your email and the report will be emailed to your instantly. Click Here for Palace Place Info Page

If you would like to live in this exclusive gated condominium community please give me a call, Of course, when you are ready, I would be pleased to sell your home.

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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Comment balloon 2 commentsDavid Pylyp • December 02 2010 02:31PM




These are two of the best condos in the city. It's too bad the neighbourhood became so congested.


Posted by Brian Madigan, LL.B., Broker (RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage (Toronto)) over 9 years ago

Thats an incredible observation

I have the following answer.  Look at the land density requirements versus the new build sites.  Then we can draw our own conclusions.   Can you name all the building sites?

Humber Bay Site Map

Posted by David Pylyp (RE/MAX Realty Specialists Inc.,) over 9 years ago

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