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At 68 Marine Parade Drive, Etobicoke, well-established developer, Monarch has brought 39 storeys of green and blue to the shores of Lake Ontario. Look at the condo from the land side and you see green tinted balcony glass, from the lakeside, you see blue. In nature, from the beginning of time, the Nautilus shell has been long valued for its perfect geometry of growth and proportion. An architectural swirl reminiscence of the inside of a Nautilus shell rises on the exterior of the Nautilus at Waterview from its podium to its crown.
As the Marine Parade address suggests, residents have easy access to Lake Ontario and the Humber Bay Park. This parkland is one of two landsplits that reach into Lake Ontario at Mimico Creek. Starting in 1984, roughly 300 acres of parkland have been restored resulting in mature trees, wildflower meadows, fish habitat and trails. There are picnic tables, a playground, beach-front and even an old lighthouse (c.1895). Two private yacht clubs make their homes here. If boats are not your delight, hop on your bicycle, lace up your walking shoes or your rollerblades and explore the Toronto Waterfront Trails. 24% of trail users use it to commute – how’s that for a novel fitness and work balance! Or for a more conventional approach, the TTC stops close to your front door (Lakeshore at Marine Parade)
Inside the Nautilus at Waterview, the clean contemporary lines of the 2-storey spacious lobby hint at the aesthetic sensibility of the suites. 1-bedroom suites range in size from 627 sq. ft. to 904 sq. ft. The Penthouse Series of 2-bedroom suites run from 857 sq. ft. to 1735 sq. ft. Amenities for residents include a 24-hour concierge, a games room, a gym, a movie screening room, a party room, sauna and a swimming pool. There is also a library and internet lounge. Your guests will appreciate the guest parking and the guest suite for overnight stays. For you hospitality needs, there is a dining room with a catering kitchen available. Copyright BigGuideToCondos.com