Eau du Soleil - Water Tower Condos by Empire in Etobicoke

Eau du Soleil - Water Tower / 2183 Lake Shore Boulevard West

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Eau du Soleil – Water Tower is a new pre-construction condo building development by Empire located at 2183 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Etobicoke.

Eau du Soleil – Water Tower Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.
With variety of amenities, it is made up of 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom units.

The unit size is ranging from 538 to 1147 square feet with prices starting from low 300k.
This is a 46 stories Condo building.

Located in the highly sought after Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood, Eau Du Soleil is Toronto's most successful waterfront community. With Eau Du Soleil almost sold out, Empire is excited to release a very limited collection of new condominiums featuring expansive terraces. Our brand new Terrace Collection takes full advantage of the stunning views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline. Whether lake or city view, this outdoor amenity provides a true extension of your living space. Relax and indulge in a lifestyle that only few can aspire to, our rare Terrace Collection offers exclusivity and luxury combined.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Eau du Soleil – Water Tower
Developer: Empire
Location: 2183 Lake Shore Boulevard West,Etobicoke
Product: Condo building
First Occupancy: 2018-07-01
Unit Type: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom
Maint. Fee: $0.57 SqFt/Month
Floors: 46
*All dates are approximate.

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