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Nestled on a quiet street, just steps to the city’s best shopping, this boutique hotel condo residence combines luxury with an aura of warmth and history. Originally built in 1927, it was restored into a hotel and 25 condominium residences in 1995 by George Friedmann, the developer. The neo gothic exterior was retained with stain-glass and pointed arches while incorporating new fixtures and modern conveniences. The Windsor Arms still remains the place to be seen. Residents can mix with A listers at the hotel’s Club 22, Courtyard café, and Toronto’s only caviar and champagne lounge. Other hotel amenities that residents can enjoy are the spa, sauna, indoor pool, room and butler service, and valet parking. The average suite is approximately 3300 square feet, 2 bedroom with 2 car parking. Most suites are fully customized with library/separate dining room/living room and breakfast room. All suites face south with sunny views over the University of Toronto, our city skyline and Lake Ontario. There are a few suites which are 3800 square feet or 2800 square feet. The penthouse level suites are typically 4760 square feet with a terrace. There is one suite at 1441 square feet, no balcony and only one car parking. There are only 2 suites per floor and the condo sits above the first five floors, occupied by the hotel. There is a private entrance to the condominium, separate from the hotel.