This small condo makes a huge first impression.
Boutique building nestled on the corner of a charming, tree-lined street in Corktown between the Distillery District, St Lawrence Market & King/Queen East. A smart layout where you have room to work, room to hang out, a real bedroom to sleep and a place to park all with tasteful modern finishes. Seriously, this condo is a unicorn. It’s hard to believe it’s real! The 10ft exposed concrete ceilings give the entire space an airy feel. The kitchen, with extended high-gloss white cabinetry, has more storage than most units this size. Then, in the bedroom, you’ll find a large wall-to-wall closet, plus lots of windows and a sliding door for more livable space. The laundry is in the bathroom closet, so there’s no additional space lost. And the den provides a perfect, separate zone for working from home. Worried about storage? The unit also has a locker.
Located a minutes’ walk from the Distillery District for entertainment and beside a Police Station for safety, 90 Trinity is a small boutique building. With several original owners and low turnover, it has a friendly feel rarely found downtown. There are a few amenities including a welcoming rooftop deck perfect for BBQing, dining or lounging with fab panoramic views over the city. You’ll also find a functional gym, meeting/party room that can be reserved for functions and visitors parking.
- Rooftop deck perfect for BBQing, dining, or lounging with nice Toronto views.
- Party/meeting room.
- Visitors parking.
5 Things We Love
- Premium penthouse unit with 10 ft exposed concrete ceilings
- Large panoramic windows with a lot of natural light
- Efficient layout – don’t pay for wasted square feet you won’t use!
- Well managed boutique building with very low turnover. A rare opportunity.
- A walkable downtown location with parking and easy highway access…so getting out of town is also a breeze!
This east downtown neighbourhood is gaining popularity by the minute. Minutes from the Historic Distillery District and emerging Canary District you are steps from dozens of shops, restaurants, markets, cafés, art galleries and more. The St. Lawrence Market is just around the corner, and both King and Queen St E are in your neighbourhood. Green spaces abound, with Parliament Square Park and Corktown Common a short jaunt out your door. Or hop over to the Don River Trails and Riverdale Farm to the north. The Cooper Koo YMCA is right now the street, with one of the nicest athletic centres in the city. Want to get out of the core? Hop on the DVP or glide down to the Gardiner for easy highway access.