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241 Church St, Toronto, ON
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Centricity Condos exudes convenience. Being on the northeast corner of Church and Dundas St, the new high-rise condominium boasts being near world-class transportation options, the best lifestyle amenities, prestigious tertiary institutions, and major employment hubs.
The city’s Gardens District neighbourhood is considered to be one of the most sought-after residential areas in the downtown core, with the luxurious 53-storey tower overlooking the vibrancy that downtown Toronto has to offer.
The building, designed by Turner Fleischer Architects, soars to a towering 53 storeys high, comprised of an elegant rectangular design. Framed in white aluminum, the windows will display a dramatic yet gradual change in shape moving up towards the top of the building as the framing becomes thicker, complementing the angular design. The 594 units will be available as studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom condos. Taking a simplistic, urban architectural approach, Centricity Condos will grow out of a 2 storey podium, presumably used for mixed-use retail space.
Residents will have access to the building from three street frontages including Church Street, Dalhousie Street and Dundas Street East.
With their award-winning designs and over 30 years of commitment to quality, investors can expect Graywood Developments to produce their typically expansive amenities including parking garages with bicycle spaces, pools, and fitness facilities.
Centricity Condos nest within the Garden District, known essentially as the epicentre of the city. Here the buzzing Yonge & Dundas Square plays host to some of the city’s most exciting events, with its vibrant energy overflowing into the rest of the city. Cultural events, festivals and parades held here make this neighbourhood a spirited urban centre.
Centricity Condos may be found in the city’s core, but that doesn’t mean residents have to sacrifice natural spaces for convenience. The sky-rise would be situated just moments away from natural landmarks such as the historic Allan Gardens indoor botanical garden, complete with an off-leash dog park, multiple charming pathways, and a gorgeous canopy of trees. Just south of this is the beautiful Lake Ontario, with popular beaches, waterfront trails, and the harbourfront. Along with being steps away from compelling dining, shopping, and entertainment venues, it’s easy to see why the area in which this sky-high pre-construction condo will be found gets a near-perfect walkability score.
Convenience in daily life doesn’t stop there. Centricity residents would also have easy access to world-class public transportation, with multiple TTC bus stops and tram bus stops only a short walking distance away. The intermodal transportation hub, Union Station, is an under 10-minute drive or 20-minute stroll away, more or less.
Gardens District can be seen as an investor’s paradise, offering opportunities for everyone from young professionals, to students, couples, to first-time home buyers looking for that vibrant downtown lifestyle. With 78% of sales in the area attributable to condos in the past decade, and the average priced home seeing a 5% increase over the previous term, Garden District has been and will continue to show its worth. It is no surprise that this locale is a strategic site for investors to buy property, as it is flocking with ambitious students and professionals looking for a home.
The location brings with it an abundance of nearby facilities, whether it be for education, health or entertainment. The area is home to the world-class Ryerson University, with other post-secondary institutions found in close proximity including the University of Toronto St. George Campus, Victoria University, and OCAD University. Healthcare needs are more than satisfied with the option of three main hospitals found within a 20-minute radius. Other public facilities include the Toronto Public Library – City Hall Branch, Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, Sugar Beach and St. James Square. When it comes to entertainment and recreation, the likes of Toronto Eaton Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, Yonge-Eglinton Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, and Queens Park are always providing an exciting occasion.
Centricity Condos has been designed with young professionals, students and investors front-of-mind. The location offers an unparalleled urban experience to residents, while condo prices in the downtown core are antincipated to grow by 10% year on year. Toronto’s growth continues its upward trend, and so will Toronto’s most vibrant region.