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BRITON HOUSE RETIREMENT CENTRE (THE)  


General Info

  • 44 years in operation
  • Near:  Eglinton Avenue East and Mount Pleasant Road
  • Handrails in hallways
  • 12 floors, 3 elevators
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Funding Base: Corporate/for profit
  • Owned by: Wells Gordon Ltd
  • 224 units
  • Average Waiting Period: varies
  • Average Age: 84
  • Can accommodate cognitively impaired people (flexible/independent living with assistance or secure)
  • Can accommodate physically challenged people (depends on situation)
  • Residents have a dress code
  • Smoke-free residence
  • Alcohol allowed
  • Procedures to leave the premises on a temporary basis...
    • Short-term : notify front desk
    • Overnight & Holidays : notify management
  • Main doors of residence secured at night only
  • Close to: Public Transit, Shopping, Churches, Seniors' Centre, Library, Local Hospital (Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre)
  • Predominant Cultural Group: Anglo-Saxon
  • Member of ORCA
  • Licensed under the Retirement Homes Act

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