Just the Facts
Thursday March 15th
738 as per MPAC
St Lawrence Market
About the Property
A delicious investment near St. Lawrence Market
Get a taste of downtown that doesn’t squeeze square footage or your budget. This 1+1 condo features an open concept kitchen, parking, and a locker.The den is large enough for an office, guest room or media space, and there’s a powder room for guests (bonus!). Must-see large rooftop patio with BBQs & panoramic views.
Plus, with the St. Lawrence market just down the street, pleasing foodie friends won’t be a problem.
Of course, this unit is so close to George Brown, you could always rent to some culinary students instead.
This area is growing fast! Walking distance to Eaton Centre, ACC, Corktown and new waterfront developments, with easy access to transit and highways, this spot has a lot more sizzle than you’d expect. Now is the perfect time to get in, before the crowd, and the prices, catch up.
Here’s what we ❤:
1. It’s the perfect recipe for a killer investment! Good value in a high-growth location
2. Checks all the big boxes – Parking, locker, two baths and a den that could be a second bed and rooftop with BBQs and views
3. Walking distance to St Lawrence Market. Wear stretchy pants.
4. Easy access to the city core…or easy ways to get OUT–DVP, Gardiner, and TTC all nearby
5. Plenty of space, with a separate office/TV room, open-concept kitchen and a powder room for guests
About the Neighbourhood and Lifestyle
This neighbourhood is transforming fast — back in the day, the east side used to be a bit down and out, but today it’s booming. A lucky few will get to be a part of this incredible growth. The rest will have to bike over to wait in line for brunch on weekends.
You don’t have to go far to see what’s happening: Corktown and the Canary district to the south, Regent Park revitalization to the north, and over the bridge to the east Riverside is undergoing its own ‘coolification’. In all directions, innovative new buildings are replacing parking lots and empty lots, and old warehouses have been turned into artsy living spaces and breweries.
St Lawrence Market
One of the best ways to spend a Saturday morning is to stroll through the St.Lawrence Market. Coffee in-hand, back-bacon sandwich in the other (sorry in-advance to our veggie friends!) the sampling opportunities are endless and the produce is farm-fresh. Open 6 days a week, the market has become a tourist attraction, go-to local hot-spot, and world-renowned stomping grounds (thank you, National Geographic feature). Today, it is also host to Market Kitchen – a popular cooking school and event space.