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College Park Condo Towers

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The towers at 763 and 761 Bay street at College Street in Toronto. The Residence College Park are hi-rise steel conds with upper floor unparalleled views of downtown. The north tower is 51 floors and south tower is 45 floors with 1200 units spanning the project.

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