11 Bogert Avenue
|One||1||1||Nov 01, 2016||View Tour||$1,580|
|Two||2||1||Nov 01, 2016||View Tour||$1,880|
Amenities & Features
Prelude was Concert's first new rental building in Toronto and was built in conjunction with OMERS (the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System) - the third largest pension fund in Canada, through a commitment to build new assured rental apartments.
Prelude is a 26-storey high rise building located in the hub of North York's Yonge and Sheppard area. There are many restaurants, shopping centres, cafes and parks closeby. This building is also very close to Mel Lastman Square and the North York Central Library.
Many of the suites at Prelude feature spectacular views from wide balconies. The bright one and two bedroom units feature full size in-suite laundry, open kitchens with maple cabinets, individually controlled heating and air conditioning and vertical blinds on energy saving windows. High speed internet is also available.
This building is equipped with security features including gated underground parking with card access to the building. There are many amenities in Prelude for residents to enjoy including a games room, business centre, media screening lounge and fitness centre. A dedicated recycling room encourages tenants to minimize their environmental footprint.
Concert Realty Services
Exclusively owned by Canadian union and management pension plans, Concert is involved in developing and acquiring rental housing, commercial and industrial properties, condominium housing, seniors living communities, resort developments and hotels and in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.
Concert is an award-winning diversified real estate enterprise with assets in excess of $1.3 billion and shareholder equity of approximately $800 million. Since 1989, Concert has completed developments in excess of $1.9 billion, built more than 8,000 rental and condominium homes, developed and acquired more than 8.1 million square feet of income-producing properties, and created more than 16.2 million person-hours of on-site union employment and has contributed in excess of $70.5 million to affiliated union pension, health and welfare plans.