1055 Bay Street – Polo Club 1

Address: 1055 Bay Street
Storeys: 22
Units: 335
Developer: Tridel

The building is located on Bay Street at the junction of Irwin Avenue and Inkerman Street, right at the top of the Bay St. Corridor. The 22-storey building has a glass and brick façade with a rounded glass pillar facing Bay Street.

A cliché these days, but the Bay St. Corridor really is the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. At Polo Club I, you’re at the north end of the corridor near Bloor Street and the Bloor-Danforth subway line, and you’re hemmed between Yonge Street and University Ave, the city’s north-south connectors; surrounded by restaurants, bars, libraries, and gyms.

The variety of suite options at Polo Club I, junior one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, make it a prime spot for university students looking to live solo or share a unit with roommates. It’s also a suitable spot for professionals working in the Financial District who want to live close to the office.

 

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