Ocean Club Condominiums is made up of 2 buildings that operate as two separate condos, the point tower by the lake which is 38 storeys high and the second tower is 10 storeys high. A third building 5 storey high lines Lake Shore Blvd and features all retail. Ocean Club is home to 429 suites in tower 1 and 82 suites in tower 2, ranging in size from 390 square feet to 1,470 sq ft. Ocean Club was inspired by the condo towers in Vancouver and Miami. The point tower’s roof resembles a sailing mast and the exterior of the building, blue glass reflects the lake. I find the architecture a little predictable and not as dynamic as Jade Waterfront.
Ocean Club is surrounded by 19,000 square feet of landscaped grounds. The 3 storey lobby is reminiscent of an international hotel. The indoor pool is salt water and there’s a cascading hot tub. The eight floor offers a landscaped outdoor lounge with bbq. There’s a TV lounge, dining room, billiards and pet grooming rooms available for residents as well.
But the most popular amenity in Ocean Club is the ground floor hip bistro with views of the lake. This area really needs more restaurants and Eden in Marine Parade could use some competition. The retail in third building addresses some of the much needed commercial in the neighborhood as you have to really drive to any nearby shopping.
The point tower is located very close to the lake which offers many of the suites an unobstructed view of the lake and city skyline. All the suites feature 9 ft ceiling and wide plank hardwood floors. The kitchen looks modern and are designed by Thomas Pearce. Some of the cabinetry is horizontal mixed with extra high cabinetry.
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