Located at 123 Portland St, Toronto, 123 Portland, a new condo development by Minto Communities.
One – an address. Easy to remember, impossible to forget. The heart of King West. Connected in every sense of the word.
Two – a condo. Boutique in stature, powerful in effect. At once modern and classic, chic and timeless.
Three – a lifestyle. Work hard, play harder. Then come home and recharge.
A mosaic of romantic influences, 123 Portland blends classical Parisian building traditions with Toronto’s urban landscape, in the midst of electric King West.
Seamlessly integrated into its surroundings, 123 Portland’s contemporary linework and Juliette balconies create a warm exterior, while rich finishes give the building a refined depth.
123 Portland has found its place along a beguiling stretch of Portland Street, where its grand entrance pours onto the sedate sidewalk. The building’s bustling Adelaide face is stepped-back to reveal an ample, covered footpath and veritable runway leading to the prominent, Southwestern retail corner.
A towering row of two-storey, brass-lined stone archways and vivid black and white tile work sets the tone. The entire space- with its wood panels, sculptural floating bench and its coffered ceilings and crown moulding – glows with indirect lighting.
Every suite is outfitted with unparalleled quality and attention to detail. Integrated Miele appliances compliment stone countertops and tile backsplashes in the kitchen, while hardwood floors give way to French doors in the living space. Select master bedroom will also feature French doors, allowing natural light to offer stunning views of the city landscape below.
Crown moulding and millwork flows unobstructed from The Lobby to The Suites, creating in 123 Portland, a holistic aesthetic and experience to rival the world’s most compelling private clubs.
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