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1 Thousand Bay, Toronto

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57 St Joseph St & 1000 Bay St, Toronto, Ontario M5S 0C5

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Property ID: S01510495
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Basic Info

No Service Fee Gym 24 hours security

Highest Floor 32

From Cresford: A Peter Clewes–designed building, 57 Saint Joseph Street features stylish suites with spacious balconies enabling owners to enjoy all the ambience of this vibrant area of the city, day or night. The building is situated in the midst of Toronto’s Discovery District with its high concentration of research centres and world-class hospitals, as well as cultural institutions and high-end retail. Backing onto St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto, the property overlooks green space to the north, and the University of Toronto and Queen’s Park to the west. It is ideally located minutes from three subway stops and an easy walk to downtown.

House Rules

Cancellation Policy

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No refunds for cancellations. If you can't move in after signing the contract, find a subtenant or fulfill the contract as agreed. Specific policy determined by the apartment management.

1 Thousand Bay FAQs

Is the apartment furnished?

The entire rented apartment in Canada is generally unfurnished, that is, there are no beds, sofas, and tables, because Canadians adhere to the principle of clean move-in. clean move-out. But kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, ovens, stoves, etc. are generally complete. The Centric kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, oven, separate washer dryer, central air conditioning, and a walk-in closet. There are various ways to buy furniture. You can buy some second-hand furniture through IKEA, target, etc., which is very cost-effective. We also provide IKEA purchasing service, which can be conveniently installed on the day of check-in.

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What does XBXB in the house type mean?

The naming method of Canadian apartments is XBXB. The first B refers to the number of bedrooms, and the second B refers to the bathroom, that is, the number of bathrooms; The best is a 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom apartment, and at least two people need to share a bathroom. For specific layout suggestions, you can refer to the floor plan

What is the lease form for this apartment?

This apartment is rented out as a whole, that is, Joint leases, which means "joint lease". That is to say, several roommates sign a joint contract for renting a house together, and everyone has full payment responsibility for the room. If you are alone and want to sign a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom house, you have to sign the whole thing, or wait until you have roommates to sign together. At the same time, if you live in a house under a joint lease and your roommate moves out suddenly, the apartment will also pursue the full rent from you if the apartment cannot contact your roommate.

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