A new development in Toronto’s Garden District will be ideal for both scholars and business professionals. Three current commercial, mixed-use buildings will be demolished as part of the project.
Pemberton Group’s 139 Church Street Condos will extend the addresses 139-141, 145, 147, and 149 Church Street, as well as 18 and 20 Dalhousie Street.
The undertaking is notable for having a lot of retail space on the ground floor. The site’s mixed-use nature and its central location make it ideal for shareholders and a diverse demographic of Toronto residents looking to live in the neighborhood.
This building’s modern architecture will guarantee that it blends in with the other highrises in the downtown core. The structure will feature chic glass paneling, creating a luxurious yet tasteful aesthetic. A split design will also be used in the grandiose project.
Two towers will rise from a podium consisting of a four-story structure and a six-story structure. The north side building will be 28 stories tall, while the southwest side tower will be 49 stories.
This extensive development will have a total of 414 units with a diverse range of layouts. There will be 212 one-bedroom units, 160 two-bedroom units, and 42 three (or more) bedroom units in the construction process.
A four-level underground parking garage with 115 parking spaces will be available to residents. Bike riders will also have plenty of space to park their bikes, with 414 bicycle parking spaces on the site. These spaces will serve residents, tourists, staff, and retail customers.
The Garden District is a perfect setting for students in the city because it is close to all of its foremost universities, including the University of Toronto and OCAD. Ryerson University, in particular, is only a few steps away from the building. What more excellent way of ensuring student solace than a convenient location for early and late classes? This condo’s prime location in Toronto allows for lunch breaks between lessons in the middle of the day, weeknight dinner and drinks, and late-night studying at the campus library.
This is a project that is ideal for students. This development is close to universities, but it is also a minutes’ walk from the Queen subway station. This means easy access to both parts of the Line 1 route and smooth travel across the TTC’s various lines, such as the route serving Bloor-Danforth. There are also numerous TTC bus routes nearby.
Professionals will be drawn to this development because of its walkability and closeness to downtown core professional hotspots such as the Financial District and the Entertainment District.
Whatever your emotions are, you’ll find something in the neighborhood. Whether you’re craving Japanese bar food at Kinka Izakaya, soup at Kinton Ramen, or maybe something sweet at Crepe It Up, you’ll never be limited on options – or variety. Because of the diversity of the neighborhood, there is a healthy mix of cuisine options and budget-friendly dining options.
Steps away are Toronto’s iconic Eaton Centre, putting the massive retail complex in your backyard. The mall has a wide range of retailers at various price points; whether you’re looking for an H&M, Zara, or Forever XXI or want to splurge at Aritzia, Michael Kors, or Ted Baker, it has it all.
Pemberton Group is a Canadian real estate company with many decades of work expertise. They are an industry behemoth, having developed a reputation by constructing first-rate housing condos, businesses, and industrial spaces.
The quality of their projects is undeniable, and their buildings stand out among the numerous developments that come to the GTA. They’ve built all over the GTA, but they’ve done a lot of work in Mississauga, which has significantly affected the city’s urban development.
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