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109 George Street is an exciting high-rise condo development coming to Downtown Toronto. This 39-storey development will have 520 residential suites and features a stunning view of the Downtown. Existing on the property are two heritage office buildings. The developers, Diamondcorp and Alterra, plans to retain the offices but add minor adjustments such as more doors, privately owned public spaces (POPS), and potentially adding a rooftop terrace with stair and elevator access. The ground floor situated at the corner of Richmond and George will serve as a retail space while levels 2 to 4 will contain new office spaces in addition to the already existing office spaces. All the floors above the fifth level will contain the residential units and associated amenity spaces which the info is yet to be released by the developers.
Situated in the Oldtown District of Downtown Toronto, this development is within reach of urban amenities in every compass point. The development is close to 2 subway stations, Queen and King, a short walk away from numerous eateries, Dundas Square, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, St. Lawrence Market, and Rocco’s No Frills. Convenient for mall-goers and grocery errand-runners.
The University of Toronto is also situated a short distance away from the development. Other schools in the vicinity include St. Michael Catholic School, Market Lane Junior, and Senior Public School, Gabrielle-Roy Elementary School.
This part of Downtown Toronto is also teeming with picturesque parks and lush green spaces and some of it is within walking distance from the residence. These parks include Moss Park, St. James Park, and David Crombie Park. The development is also situated minutes away from Toronto’s Waterfront.
It is also in close proximity to the other condo projects like the House of Assembly, Monza condos, and ORCA condos which are in pre-construction stages and offer a luxurious lifestyle with different facilities.
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