Just the Facts
St Lawrence Market
About the Property
Live Large by the St. Lawrence Market
They say size doesn’t matter – but that’s because they have never seen this positively enormous one bedroom condo. Seriously, this is an 1,125 square foot one bedroom unit. And this is no cookie-cutter condo. You’ll find fab upgrades like a porcelain floor, marble backsplash, granite countertop and new dark stainless steel appliances. Then there’s new engineered hardwood, new window coverings – there are even upgrades in the bathroom. Plus, there’s a solarium – perfect for an office, ready area or hobby space. Downsizers need not worry about parking. You can bring BOTH cars to this space. And with an oversized walk-in closet, you’ll find more storage than you’d get in most Toronto houses!
What are the 5 Best Things about this Home?
- Location, location, location – across from St. Lawrence Market.
- 24 hour Metro grocery store and more in the building.
- Easy access to the Gardiner.
- Walk to several theatres and literally hundreds of restaurants.
- Subway and Bay Street only slightly farther walk
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.
This mature building is perfect for professionals, downsizers or empty nesters looking for a quiet pied-a-terre … with the best of the city at their fingertips. That doesn’t mean a lack of amenities: you’ll find an indoor pool, jacuzzi, library and even a squash court in the basement.
This building has an enviable rooftop patio with almost 360 degree views of downtown, BBQs for entertaining and even a big green smoker egg! Heck, you look up at the flatiron and CN Tower from the front door — does it get any more Toronto?