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Zip Condos


80 Western Battery Rd




corp #
TSCC 1977
building type
Monarch Group
number of suites
property mgmt co
Crossbridge Condominium Services
smallest unit
388 FT2
largest unit
1131 FT2
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What we know about Zip Condos:

24-storeys made of brick and glass, Zip Condos enjoys a great urban location, just a short walk from several restaurants and bars, as well as TTC routes on King Street. Fitted with Cecconi Simone interior designs, Zip Condos has many different suite layouts and finishes. Cabinets and vanities have strip laminate floors, units also have six-foot deep balconies and striking lake views. For some local outdoor space, you can stroll over to Liberty Village Park, pop down Fleet Street to the Waterfront, or you can take a walk north to Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.

What's Nearby:

Looking for your next favourite place to eat? There is a lot close to Zip Condos, like King Rustic, Merci Mon Ami and Local Liberty Village, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Tim Hortons located at 171 E Liberty Street. Groceries can be found at Independant City Market which is not far. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than MZTV Museum of Television and Fort York: Garrison Common to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Theatre Gargantua and Camera are some of your nearby choices around 80 Western Battery Rd.

Getting Around:

If you are looking for transit, don't fear, Zip Condos has a TTC Bus Stop (EAST LIBERTY ST AT PIRANDELLO ST WEST SIDE) nearby. It has route 63 OSSINGTON running from 05:16 am to 02:11 am. ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also a 3-minute drive. Access to Gardiner Expressway is within a 4-minute drive away, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city using Dan Leckie Way ramps.