Toronto home (Power + Adelaide) Condos


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home (Power + Adelaide) Condos

50 Power St, Toronto, ON M5A 3A6, Canada

Developer: Great Gulf


Project Info
Type: Condo
Units: TBA
Status: Selling Now
Est. Completion: 2021
Price: 674,900
Location: Toronto

The Great Gulf and Hullmark’s Home Power Adelaide Condo project for Corktown will open soon. Power Street is located in the heart of Toronto’s east end, a thriving creative neighborhood with a rich industrial past, just south of Parliament St. and Adelaide St. E. Toronto’s urban renewal will be aided by residents’ investment in this new condo building.

According to the architects, the building will have a glass façade with a tree-lined streetscape and be designed by Core Architects. Power + Adelaide offers a range of suites, including studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, and homes with an additional den or third bedroom. Floorplans and layouts vary from 484 square feet to 1,312 square feet, so there’s something for everyone. 

Quartz worktops and glass tile backsplashes may be seen in contemporary kitchens, while residents can find soaker tubs, glass-framed showers, and intense rain showerheads in bathrooms. The busy metropolitan center may be enjoyed while watching the sunset over the skyline from your vista balcony.

Features and Amenities

The amenities have been thoughtfully planned to provide a strong sense of belonging. There’s a large conference area with a kitchen, a lounge, and a shared workplace for artists and caterers. A fully-equipped fitness center with saunas and a yoga studio with plenty of natural light make working out a treat. 

Additionally, there’s a conference room, a bar, and an event space with a caterer kitchen. Varieties of lounges, a rooftop patio, an outdoor pool, and gardens surround the large amenities area. There’s also an artist’s studio. Modern and beautiful design elements never detract from the feeling of luxury in this artistic condo community in Toronto. Homeowners will enjoy high-end features and finishes in shared spaces such as the grand lobby and lounges.

Location and Neighbourhood

Corktown is an excellent place to put your money to work. Once a working-class neighborhood, the area transforms into a cultural center, attracting diverse residents, including students, artists, and young families. The east end of Toronto’s brunch scene is generally regarded as the city’s beating heart. 

Toronto’s lovely Corktown neighborhood is home to this condo, which has quiet and gorgeous vibes yet close enough to downtown to be in the thick of things. You’ll be drawn in by the neighborhood’s proximity to parks, local markets, and specialty boutiques.

Accessibility and Highlights

A new YMCA and bike and walking paths connect the waterfront and downtown center immediately north of Home Power Adelaide. This master-planned neighborhood includes 23 acres of public green space along the Don River. 

With a Walk Score of 97/100 and a Transit Score of 100, this location has something going for it. Nearby universities and colleges draw many tenants, including Ryerson University, George Brown College, and the financial sector. The Distillery District and St. Lawrence Market are both close by. There’s also the 24-hour streetcar just outside your door, which connects you to the rest of the city as well as your home.

About the Developer

Great Gulf offers a broad range of experience, having worked in various industries, including residential, office, industrial, retail, resort development, construction, and property management. They appreciate the relationship between buildings and communities, and all of their projects in North America include cutting-edge design, sustainability, and innovative construction technology.

Hullmark Developments, their joint venture partner, is a group of urban enthusiasts. Since they are based in Toronto, their endeavors revolve around making the city a better place to live and invest in.

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