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87 Peter St #2305

Bathrooms: 1

Property Style: Studio

Sq Ft: 401 sq ft

Parking: No

Walk Score: 98

Transit Score: 100

Taxes: $1,575 (2021)

Condo Fees: $235.91

Inclusions: Water and gas

Offer Date: Offers anytime

Side Represented: Seller

Sold Listing Price: $519,000

Luxurious studio in the heart of it all

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Rich in functionality and steeped in style, this chic studio in the heart of downtown Toronto was made for the urban lover. Plus, this unit comes fully furnished. All you have to do is move in!

Walking into your new city pad, you’ll appreciate how bright and open the space feels with 9ft ceilings, light flooring, crisp white walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The studio moves with modern functionality with integrated kitchen cabinetry and appliances, and built-in storage solutions in the living/bedroom area. Here you have a 2-in-1 Murphy bed & couch combo that optimizes space by day, and creates a comfortable bedroom zone by night. The black accent wall across from the kitchen is not only stylish, but adds distinction to the space. Here, you have a quaint table, chairs and chic artwork to match. The unit also features a modern bath with a walk-in glass shower, and a washer/dryer.

Now let’s move to the back of the space. Imagine all the evening cocktails and morning cups of coffee you’ll enjoy from your very own balcony. Not to mention the west-facing city views make for the most picturesque sunsets. This view will never grow old.

Outside of your unit, you have access to amazing building amenities. Noir condominium is only a few years old and has taken pride in their gym, lounge, movie room, and more. You also have the luxury of being located in an entertainment mecca with the best restaurants, bars, cafes and shops at your doorstep.

About the Building 

Noir condos is a newly built condominium complex that sits between Peter St and Adelaide St West. The condo offers it’s residents amenities such as a Gym / Exercise Room, Concierge, Party Room and Visitor Parking. Other amenities include a Hot Tub / Jacuzzi, Media Room / Cinema, Meeting / Function Room, Games / Recreation Room, Sauna, Security Guard, Enter Phone System, Spa and a Yoga Studio. Air Conditioning, Common Element Maintenance, Heat, Building Insurance and Water are included in your monthly maintenance fees.

5 Things We Love

  1. The neighbourhood! This sought-after location is close to everything including The Eaton Centre, St Andrew subway station, Toronto Metropolitan University, UofT, St. Michael’s Hospital, Financial District, Theatres, The PATH, restaurants, cafes and more!
  2. The views! Enjoy unobstructed West-facing views that showcase the most breathtaking sunsets.
  3. The natural light! This unit gets great light due to the floor-to-ceiling windows.
  4. The furniture! Bonus! This unit comes furnished with a 2-In-1 murphy bed & couch combo, wall art, a two-seater dining room table with two chairs, a TV, and more!
  5. The building amenities! Enjoy first-class building amenities like the gym, yoga studio, party room, hot tub, cinema room, and more!

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About Waterfront Communities

Waterfront Communities C01 is a lively community. It is boarded by Bathurst to the West, Queen Street to the north, Lake Ontario to the south and University Street to the east (until it runs south and loops down and around to Yonge street). 

Home to the Fashion and Entertainment Districts, you’ll find upscale restaurants, nightclubs, and iconic spots like the Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Area and Tiff Bell Lightbox (aka the hub for all things Toronto International Film Festival). It’s easy to spot the CN Tower no matter where you’re located. In the mood for shopping? One of the city’s trendiest destinations — the shops along Queen West — are right at your doorstep. 

Residents who are lucky enough to call this community home won’t need a car. It’s a very walkable hood and there are numerous transportation options. It’s a short walk to St. Andrew and Osgoode subway stations on the Yonge-University line. You can also travel North/South on the Bathurst or Spadina streetcars. Going  East/West? Take the Queen streetcar, or even better, the King streetcar route which is now more viable since a pilot project was made permanent in 2019: road traffic was significantly decreased as cars are no longer permitted to travel through this stretch of King Street at all; they are forced to turn right at each traffic light. If you are planning a weekend road trip out of the city, use the Spadina on-ramp to get straight on the Gardiner and go where you need to go. We can’t forget the sidewalks… a main transit artery for this neighbourhood, which also makes it easy to spot the tourists. Residents are master speed walkers, racing home after a long work day, and it’s a funny contrast to the often lost “905ers,” trying to make their way down to a Blue Jays game or a show at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.  

Grocery shopping options are endless. In addition to your typical Loblaws, CityMart…or high-end Fresh and Wild grocer, you’ll find almost anything you could need at Chinatown or in Kensington Market. If you prefer farm-fresh in the middle of the city – no problem! There is a farmer’s market in David Pecaut Square on Thursdays (during the warmer months), called Indulge. It often has live music too. 

For those with active lifestyles, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better selection of amenities. There is something for everyone and the big international brands have even set up shop here. You can try: Barry’s Bootcamp, SpinCo, GoodLife, yoga and pilates studios, Barre classes…there is even a meditation center. 

Dog owners who live here can be found at Victoria Memorial Square or Clarence Square. Fido can roam free in the latter with its designated off-leash area. There is also Canoe Landing Park (in CityPlace)  — a large open greenspace with walking paths and sports fields. 

 

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