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Visitor Parking
Visitor parking is located on the first level of the underground parking garage (P2) and is available on a first come, first served basis. Spots cannot be reserved. A parking permit must be obtained from the Concierge prior to parking. If the car is removed from the parking space and later returned, there is no guarantee a space will be available. Overnight visitor passes are required when guests intend to spend the evening past 2:00 a.m. Any vehicle parked without a permit will be tagged and at risk of being towed. Please note that DelSuites guests are considered building residents and are not permitted to park in Visitor spaces.

DelSuites Parking
If parking was not arranged prior to your arrival or if you only need it on occasion, contact DelSuites. Charges may apply. Do not park anywhere but your own assigned parking space or you are at risk of being ticketed or towed. Your vehicle must be registered with DelSuites and you will be provided with a parking tag that is to be displayed on the rear view mirror. To register your car, please email your car details (make, model and license plate) to guestservices@delsuites.com. DelSuites will not assume any responsibility for tickets or towing charges if a guest parks illegally. If you find your spot occupied, contact DelSuites immediately at 416-296-8838.

Pets
Republic is a pet friendly building.

25 Broadway - We are permitted a maximum of 2 pets that must be able to be carried through the corridors and common areas.

70 Roehampton - We are permitted 1 pet at a maximum height of 25" from the shoulder. All pet's must be registered with the building

Guests are subject to following all rules and regulations as set out by the building as they pertain to pets. DelSuites charges a non-refundable pet cleaning fee. This fee only covers the cost of cleaning. Extra charges will apply for any damage to the suite and or furnishings.

The Condo Dog: A Special ῾Pet᾿iquette Supplement
Having a dog in a condo, with multiple floors, halls and elevators, is nothing like having a dog in a house. You can’t just open the back door and let him outside — you have to put the leash on them and go with them, even when it’s freezing cold or raining outside. You have to deal with hallways, lobbies and elevators, along with other dogs and people sharing the same areas with you. It’s a whole different world with a completely new set of training needs.

When you take up residence in a condo, you become part of a very close community. Even if you don’t associate with your neighbors, you are all part of the same community sharing the same common areas together. That atmosphere necessitates consideration for the needs and comforts of everyone else in that community. There is a certain way you behave that is based on good old common sense.

  1. Always have your dog on leash when inside the common areas of your building. No dog, no matter how well trained, should not be off leash when in a building.
  2. Keep your leashed dog under control and close to you when walking through the lobby or hallways of your condo.
  3. Do not allow your dog to run up to anyone. As hard as it is to believe, not every one likes dogs. If someone wants to pet your dog, have your dog sit before the person approaches and keep him sitting during the encounter. There are some people who may walk right up to pet your dog without asking. If your dog is on a shorter leash, you have much better control of the situation.
  4. Never let your dog jump up on people, no matter how small the dog is. Teach your dog to sit for praise and petting. Dogs that jump on people can cause a person to be knocked over or scratched. This is especially important for children and older people.
  5. Teach your dog not to bark in the common areas of the building . Dog barks get VERY LOUD, even from a small dog, when inside any building. There will be times when your dog will be surprised by something and bark, but you can teach him to stop barking on command just like you can teach him to speak on command.
  6. When you encounter another resident dog inside the condominium, keep your dog on a very short leash and if possible, have him sit or lie down while the other dog passes you – especially if yours is very large. Keep control of the situation.
  7. If you want to introduce the dogs to each other, have the larger dog lie down while the smaller one approaches. Be very careful with two male dogs, even if they are both neutered. If one of them feels dominant you might experience some growling and snapping. It may be best not to push that introduction.
  8. If waiting for an elevator, stand back from the door so that you can get a good look at who’s in the elevator or coming off. People on elevators have a tendency to stand in front of the door and exit as soon as the door opens. If you’re standing directly in front of the door this could pose a serious problem. Have your dog walk next to you when you enter the elevator. Don’t let him enter ahead of you, especially if someone is on the elevator.
  9. When boarding an elevator that already has passengers, ensure that they are comfortable sharing the space with you and your pet. Offer to take the next elevator and in the majority of instances, you and your pet will be invited on but it is a tremendous gesture and readily accepted for those who are uncomfortable with pets.
  10. When riding on an elevator, stand toward the back. Teach your dog to sit next to you and keep his eyes on you during the ride. He should get up and exit the elevator only on a cue from you.
  11. Always carry a plastic bag and clean up after your dog, especially if you walk on city streets. If you use a common grassy area, you’ll want to help keep it clean.
  12. If disposing of your dog’s waste in your condo be sure it is double bagged before you drop it down the chute.
  13. Make arrangements with an alternate friend, family member or dog walker if you cannot be there to walk your pet personally or in case of an emergency.
  14. Always be prepared to wipe down those muddy paws in the winter or in rainy weather to prevent your pet from tracking mud throughout the lobby, elevators and halls. Please use designated entries / exits.
  15. Make sure your pet is registered with your Property Management team.

All of the above tips should be practiced even when no one else is around you. If you always have your dog under control when inside the condo, your dog will accept this as normal behavior that is expected of him. He won’t view it as something that happens only when others are around.

Last but not least, always respect your condominium. Take care of it and don’t let your pets cause damage to the property.

Bikes and Lockers
Bikes cannot be brought into the elevators or common areas or stored in your suite/balcony. There are designated Bike storage areas available for a fee. Lockers are available in very limited supply. If you require additional storage space and availability permits, lockers can be rented through DelSuites. Contact your Guest Service Representative for more information.

Carts and Dollies
Republic offers a luggage cart to assist you with the transporting of your luggage upon arrival and departure or for any larger purchases (grocery shopping, etc) during your stay. You can sign these out at any time from the concierge desk. They are available on a first come, first served basis.

Building Amenities and Location
The building amenities are not shared between the locations.
25 Broadway
the amenities are located on the 2nd and 3rd floor.
The Recreation Facilities include a Whirlpool Spa, Co-ed Sauna and Steam Room, Exercise Room, Men’s and Women’s change rooms, Billiards Room, Party Lounge, Dining Room, Theatre Room and Outdoor Cabana Lounge with Barbeques are located on the 6th floor.
Republic also offers a Guest Suite that can be reserved through management for a fee.
Your FOB is used to obtain access to the Fitness Facilities (Whirlpool, Sauna, Steam Room, Change Rooms, and Exercise Room only) and the Outdoor Cabana Lounge.
An adult resident must accompany children under the age of 16 when using the pools or exercise room and children under 12 are not permitted to use the exercise equipment in the exercise room.
The Party Room and Guest Suites are reserved through the management office for a fee. Please call 416-485-9022 for rates and availability.
The Barbeques, Billiards Room, Dining Room and Theatre Room can be reserved through the Concierge. Please call 416-485-1697 to book.
70 Roehampton
the building amenities are located on the P2 level and the Ground Floor.
The Recreation Facilities include a Whirlpool Spa, Sauna, Steam Room, Exercise Room, Men’s and Women’s change rooms, Games and Billiards Lounge, Party Lounge, Dining Room, Theatre Room and Outdoor Cabana Lounge with Barbeques.
Republic also offers Guest Suites that can be reserved through management for a fee.
Your FOB is used to obtain access to the Fitness Facilities (Whirlpool, Sauna, Steam Room, change rooms and exercise room only) and Outdoor Cabana Lounge.
An adult resident must accompany children under the age of 16 when using the pools or exercise room and children under 12 are not permitted to use the exercise equipment in the exercise room.
The Party Room and Guest Suites are reserved through the management office for a fee. Please call 416-482-5131 for rates and availability.
The Barbeques, Games and Billiards Room, Dining Room and Theatre Room can be reserved through the Concierge. Please call 416-482-6532 to book.