$10,000 with APS
Balance to 5% in 30 days
5% in 300 days
5% on Occupancy
A sparkling new tower will soon be situated in the heart of downtown Toronto, between University Avenue and Dundas Street West. This condominium will be directly connected to St Patrick station, with immediate access to the 505 streetcar outside the front door, and only steps away from Yonge-Dundas Square and select University of Toronto campuses.
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The proposal for this development calls for a 55-storey tower, with a whopping 748 units and room for office space. This condo will have a mix of 96 studios, 344 one-bedrooms, 251 two-bedrooms and 72 three-bedrooms. Some rooms will include a den, flex or media room and other will have two-storey plans. Sizes will start at 300 sq. ft. to 1400 sq. ft. The award winning consulting and design solutions firm B + H Architects were assigned to create a contemporary condominium that will fit in seamlessly on University Avenue. It will include 224,245 square feet of commercial office space and 39,320 square feet of retail space to floor 10, where the residences begin. The condominium tower will feature a sleek and contemporary look with clean and sophisticated lines.
The United BLDG is a promising investment due to its prime location situated near 3 highly populated areas: Hospital Row, The Financial District and Bay Street Corridor. Units in this condominium are sure to be in high demand! If you’re a student, living in this condo will allow you to have close access to Ryerson University, OCAD University and the University of Toronto.
Enjoy an endless supply of entertainment with the Eaton Centre, Nathan Phillips Square, China Town, trendy boutiques, dining, event venues and an abundance of day and night life activities right at the tip of your fingers! Dining options are so diverse that in just a few steps, residents will have the option to choose from an upscale coffee bar, a sushi restaurant or a European style bistro. The AGO, Butterfield Park, Grange Park and Larry Sefton Park are also only a short distance away. There’s nothing better than having art, skating, movies and concerts all within only a 5-minute walk.
Avoid walking outside on days with bad weather! This condominium will have an entrance at 88 Centre Street, offering direct access to the TTC’s ST. Patrick Station from inside the building. Future plans for a PATH connection are coming to this area of Toronto, providing residents of the condominium with underground access to 30 Km of shopping and over 50 office buildings including First Canadian Place, The Exchange Tower, and Richmond Adelaide Centre. The PATH reaches from the Harbourfront to Dundas Street and is connected to the ACC, Rogers Centre, Toronto City Call and The CN Tower.
From the year 1910 to the 1980s, this building was the original home to the Maclean Publishing Property, one of the most recognized structures on University Avenue. The property is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and listed on the City of Toronto Inventory of Heritage Properties.
Since this structure is a commercial building from the interwar era, it contains a variety of bold design influences, from Beaux-Arts to Modern Classical. The exterior of this development will be restored, while the interior will be created and designed to the highest standard of modern office and retail available today. Designs for this building will be inspired by the energy of the location, while also preserving architectural cultural heritage.
This area of Toronto is the epicenter of Healthcare, Finance, Politics and, Law. It’s also becoming the new tech hub, with employment opportunities in the technology field quickly skyrocketing.