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Explorer Condominium   Humber Bay Shore    58 Marine Parade Dr.   Etobicoke Condos Waterfront

EXPLORER consists of two elegant 14-storey towers connected by a shared 4-storey podium housing the buildings amenities and lobby with 24-hour concierge services.
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. Suite sizes range from just under 340 square feet to two-storey penthouses with over 3,042 square feet of living space. 267 units total.

Phase III of the Waterview development


Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool
Change rooms with saunas
Fitness centre with commercial grade equipment
Formal dining/meeting room overlooking the lake
Spa facility
Fully-equipped theatre for private screenings
Party room with caterer's kitchen and wet bar
Billiard room, cyber lounge and much more

Key to numbering system; Units in East Tower are numbered 1- 7 Units in West Tower are number 8 to 15, as applied to units over the 5th floor.

PRICING: Call for latest prices and last sold information available

Additional Photos of interiors theatre, party rooms and exercise facilities.

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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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