Introducing an inspiring new lifestyle in the heart of downtown Toronto, where contemporary architecture reaches new heights, where the city unfolds outside your front door, and where the sky is your neighbourhood.
Celeste Condos will be located beside two low-rise buildings used for office space and are also considered heritage sites. The 39-storey high-rise will offer beautiful residential, retail and office opportunities for the area.
This build will Include 39,751 square-feet of office space on the first four floors, with indoor and outdoor amenities dedicated to the fifth floor. Residential units will start above the 5-storey podium.
Located at 125 George Street, Celeste’s boasts an excellent Walk Score of 98 out of 100 which means that most errands can be accomplished on foot. The prime Toronto location of the project means that TTC bus stops and streetcars are mere steps away from your door. Subway stations such as Queen and King are each within walking distance or a short transit ride away. The many local amenities that surround this area can easily be accessed by walking. Notably, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, St. Lawrence Market, and more are nearby, ensuring residents quick access to shopping and groceries. Surrounded by a variety of restaurants, unique, upscale, or quick dining experiences can be found around every corner.
This neighbourhood also offers vibrant nightlife including bars, lounges and clubs that are well-tailored for post-secondary students and young professionals that enjoy everything the city has to offer. Some of the most well-known restaurants and nightlife in this area include Troika Vodka Boutique, CC Lounge, O Resto Lounge, Baton Rouge Steakhouse and Bar, Pravda Vodka Bar, AAA Bar, The Carbon Restaurant & Bar, The George Street Diner, Terroni and Locale Mercatto.
Celeste Condos is also an excellent location for university students of George Brown College, OCAD University, Ryerson University, and the University of Toronto. Residents of Celeste Condos can reach the campus of George Brown College in just minutes on foot. Students of other Toronto universities can reach their respective campuses quickly via a short transit ride.
Commuters that travel across the GTA can reach the Gardiner Expressway in just minutes.
Steps to TTC Bus Stops and Streetcars
Steps to Dining, Nightlife, and Entertainment
>1 Min Walk to George Brown College St. James Campus
3 Min Drive to the Gardiner Expressway
6 Min Walk to St. Lawrence Market
9 Min Walk/6 Min via Transit to Queen Subway Station
9 Min Walk/6 Min via Transit to King Subway Station
11 Min Walk/7 Min via Transit to CF Toronto Eaton Centre
14 Min via Transit to Ryerson University
17 Min via Transit to OCAD University Campus
18 Min via Transit to University of Toronto St. George Campus