The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Home Lottery is offering the biggest – and most lavish – bonus prize ever in this year’s lottery. Whomever purchases the lucky lottery ticket this spring will win the key to an extraordinary new condo with an overall value of $736,990. What’s more, the winner will also receive a $50,000 cash prize, all of which includes the priceless opportunity to help one of the top five cancer research centres in the world.
Aptly named Fabrik Condos, which is located steps from the Fashion District in the heart of downtown Toronto, the striking tower embodies fine design both inside and out. Stacked glass cubes designed by renowned firm Giannone Petricone Associates create a distinctive and memorable exterior.
The spectacular, two-bedroom lottery suite, decorated by interior design firm Bryon Patton & Associates, is 825 sq. ft. of pure luxury. A clean, modern aesthetic features luxurious woods, sleek porcelains and strong textures, creating a calming sanctuary away from the bustle of activity outside. The lucky winner will have the opportunity to live in close proximity to Queen and King streets, within easy access of a nearly infinite roster of exciting restaurants and shops as well as top theatres, sports venues and city landmarks.
“Menkes has a long history of supporting causes like the PMH Lottery,” says Mimi Ng, Menkes’ vice-president of sales and marketing. “Building strong communities is at the core of our company philosophy, and this is the perfect opportunity for us to support one of the finest cancer research centres in the world.”
The deadline to purchase tickets is April 7.
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is Canada’s largest and one of the five largest clusters of cancer centres in the world. A scientific research centre and teaching hospital that treats both in-patients and out-patients, Princess Margaret spearheads leading cancer-fighting initiatives including Canada’s most comprehensive immunotherapy clinical trials program. The hospital offers expertise in the fields of surgical oncology, medical oncology, hematology including bone marrow transplantation, radiation oncology, psychosocial oncology, medical imaging, and radiation therapy.