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|Monarch Equinox|| Summary:
50 Brian Harrison Way & 60 Brian Harrison Way is Scarborough Condominiums located in the heart of Scarborough. 60 Brian Harrison Way offers almost direct access to the Scarborough Town Centre. These two towering modern condominium suites are footsteps away from commuting, dining, shopping and entertainment. The condominiums of Brian Harrison way offer the ultimate in conveniences and lifestyle and residents truly enjoy the benefits of having instant access to both buildings and amenities.
The Brian Harrison Way condominiums offer commuters instant access to the Scarborough Town Centre RT station which directly connects with the Bloor Danforth TTC subway line.
If your looking for modern convenient up to date condominium that truly is the closest to Scarborough Town Centre these two buildings are for you. The maintenance fees cover everything including hydro, excluding cable phone and property tax.
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Address - 50 & 60 Brian Harrison Way - M1P5I5 & M1P5J5 & M1P5J4
City - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Neighborhood - Rosedale-Moore Park
Nearby Parks - Albert Campbell Square ,
Frank Faubert Park , Hillsborough Park ,
North Bendale Park, Scarborough Civic
Nearby Amenities - Scarborough Town
Centre, Best Buy, Cineplex Odeon, No Frills, Many different restaurants.
Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation #TSCC/1721 & TSCC/1729
Ward - Scarborough Centre (38)
Building Record History
Affiliate Pages of: Scarborough
EQ 1 | EQ 2 | Forest Mansion | Tridel 360 | Altitude | Consilium 1 | Consilium 2 | Markham Place
Monarch Equinox | Mondeo Springs | Forest Vista | Lee Centre