Rêve, where the night moves
Rêve, a new condominium community at Front & Portland. Set amidst Toronto's most irresistible selection of shopping, dining, nightlife, recreation and cultural attractions. A bold architectural statement that says as much about where you live as how you live. Welcome home. In comfort, style and Tridel.
Rêve Features & Finishes
Relax in comfort. Live in style. The suites of Rêve have been finished with spectacular attention to detail, offering you the most in functionality and fashionability. The extra-tall windows offer stunning views of your surroundings, and are low-E-coated for cozier room temperatures throughout the year. Premium plank laminate flooring in the kitchen and living areas is complemented by impressive seven-inch baseboards. Cultured marble countertops with integrated basins and five-foot soaker tubs in the bathrooms are the ultimate expressions of luxury, while environmentally friendly innovations such as stacked front-loading dryers and high efficiency ENERGY STAR® washers, high pressure low-flow faucets and shower heads combine modern comfort with future-conscious living.
WELL DESIGNED KITCHENS
The beautifully appointed kitchens of Rêve make their mark with four stainless-steel appliances, including a range with ceran top. Residents also have the indulgent option of selecting among a range of spectacular quartz and granite countertops, and exquisite ceramic tile backsplashes. Maximizing usable space, extra-tall upper cabinets offer additional storage space, and are available in a magnificent array of colours. And a charming finishing touch is the chrome faucet with pull-out vegetable sprayer. The well designed kitchens of Rêve are culinary masterpieces destined to please even the most discerning of palates.
PEACE OF MIND
Rêve features a generous array of security features to give you greater peace of mind.
- Hands-free automated door opener at main entrance
- Courteous 24-hour concierge service
- Encoded suite intrusion alarms
- Emergency response keychain for instant contact with security
- Surveillance cameras
- Heat detectors and hard-wired smoke alarms
- Electronic communication system
A CELL-FRIENDLY COMMUNITYThe freedom of a cellphone meets the reliability of a land-line. For greater mobile freedom, we are installing the latest cell-friendly technology to help enhance cellphone service throughout Rêve. It's just one more reason Rêve is set to be the talk of King West.
The Entertainment District, centred along Wellington Street from Spadina Avenue east to Yonge Street, is home to the Royal Alexandra and Princess of Wales theatres. Both host world-class musicals such as The Boys in the Photograph and The Sound of Music. Just to the east of these theatres is Roy Thompson Hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The world-famous Second City comedy club is located on Blue Jays Way, across the street from Wayne Gretzky's restaurant. Festival Hall on John Street is anchored by the giant Famous Players Paramount multi-screen theatre complex, and features digital sound, stadium seating and a licensed lounge.
Sports fans are within walking distance of the Air Canada Centre, home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors, and the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Argonauts. Before or after a game, fans can select from a vast array of trendy bars and restaurants that proliferate throughout Downtown West.
Neighbourhood residents are also within walking distance to the nearby Martin Goodman waterfront trail that is used by walkers, cyclists, joggers and in-line skaters. There is also a variety of existing community parks to the south, including Coronation Park next to Ontario Place and the Canadian National Exhibition grounds.
Stanley Park is another favourite neighbourhood meeting place. It contains two baseball diamonds, two tennis courts, a soccer field, a small outdoor pool and a children's playground. It also houses its own small community centre, which is used by local residents for meetings, community-based programming and social functions.
Fort York, located on Garrison Road, was the scene of the bloody Battle of York during the War of 1812. Today, this important Toronto landmark serves as a museum where knowledgeable historians, wearing period costumes, conduct tours and demonstrate historical activities. Fort York also contains a variety of exhibits and displays.