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483 Bay Street Condos is an absolutely new condo in Toronto developed by Northam Realty Advisors currently in pre-construction at 483 Bay Street, Toronto, ON. 

483 Bay Street Condos is a new pre-construction condo by Northam Realty Advisors seeking to rezone the area atop the South Tower of the 1983-built Bell Trinity Square office. Architects, IBI Group, are the masterminds behind 483 Bay Street Condos and have shown how it fits into its context.

483 Bay Street Condos will require a new 15-story-high elevator core beside Bell Trinity Square where residents would transfer to and from the new building. 483 Bay Street Condos’ 15th level will feature a full sky lobby and amenities. Levels 11 and 12 of 483 Bay Street Condos are proposed to be 18 two-story “Sky Towns”, while levels 13 and 14 would be 17 regular suites. The 15th floor of 483 Bay Street Condos is set to be home to the indoor and outdoor amenities. The remaining of the tower will feature 10 suites per floor except for the 29th and 30th where there is a terrace lined with trees and wood-tone soffits.


483 Bay Street Condos is located immediately east of Toronto City Hall, but north of Nathan Phillips Square. The tower is at the centre of what makes Downtown Toronto, including being the next-door neighbour to the Eaton Centre.


483 Bay Street Condos is one of few new developments with a perfect transit score of 100. Not only is the building connected to the underground PATH walkways that connect to buildings and attractions all across the downtown core, but it is also within a 10 minute walk of Dundas Station, Queen Station , the Dundas Streetcar , and the Queen Streetcar.


483 Bay Street Condos’ excellent Downtown location places it in the centre of entertainment in Toronto. The Eaton Centre is directly across the street, featuring hundreds of luxury and big-box retailers. Just south of the tower is Nathan Phillips Square, which is home to several events throughout the year (most recently known for hosting the Raptors Championship Parade).