227 Gerrard Street East Condos
227 Gerrard Street East Condos is in Pre-construction Located at 227 Gerrard Street East, Downtown Toronto, ON, M5A 2E9
Development By Rosewater Capital Group
227 Gerrard Street East Condos is a new condo development at 227 Gerrard Street East, Downtown Toronto located right at Gerrard and Seaton. This development has a total of 99 mix residential condo units with 8 storeys with 715 square metres of retail space at ground level. It will be a U-shaped condominium residential tower with 6 bachelor units, 46 one-bedroom and one-bedroom plus den units, 36 two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den units, and 11 three-bedroom units. 289 square metres of indoor amenity space and 178 square metres of outdoor amenity space, from the second to fourth floors in the building’s southeastern arm. A two-level underground parking garage containing 62 vehicular parking spaces and 131 bicycle spaces.
The architect of this project is Architecture Unfolded.
Based in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto, this condominium has 99 condo suites in a 8 storey building. Additional features include a party room with kitchen, dining room, terrace, yoga studio, bike room, billiards room, fitness centre and WiFi Lounge. This will also include two separate party rooms where residents can entertain their guests. The party room will have a kitchen, multiple seating areas and a central fireplace feature. The dining area in the party room will have bbq barbecue, dining, lounging terrace with spectacular city view.
227 Gerrard Street East Condos Toronto
The 227 Gerrard Street East Condominium is in Downtown Toronto, surrounded by large businesses, numerous offices and neighbourhoods like Osgoode Hall, St. Lawrence Market, Yonge-Dundas Square, nearby Financial District, Entertainment District, Art Gallery of Ontario, Bathurst Street Theatre, Canon Theatre, the CN Tower, Distillery Historic District, Allan Gardens Conservatory, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Queen’s Park, Old City Hall, Gardiner Museum, historic Massey Hall, Riverdale Farm, Maple Leaf Gardens, historic Mackenzie House, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Textile Museum of Canada, Panasonic Theatre, and the Toronto Police Museum.
Best places to shop in Downtown Toronto are Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto PATH Underground Shopping Complex, Manulife Centre, Cumberland Terrace, the Hudson Bay Centre, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Yorkville Village, and Fairview Shopping Mall.
Lots of cafes and restaurants to eat like Donatello Restaurant, Far Niente Restaurant, Nota Bene Restaurant, Earls Restaurant, George Restaurant, Byblos, Canoe Restaurant & Bar, BOSK Restaurant at Shangri-La Hotel Toronto, Harbour Sixty, The Carbon Bar, Hy’s Steak House, Osgoode Hall Restaurant, El Caballito Tequila Bar, Woods Restaurant & Bar, Miku Restaurant, Ki Modern Japanese & Bar, Platinum Club, Momofuku Daisho, Stratus, Little Anthony’s Italian Ristorante, John & Sons Oyster House, Modus Ristorante, Bymark Restaurant, Reds Wine Tavern, Bardi’s Steakhouse, and Hunter’s Landing.
Excellent public transportation available in the are like Yonge Street, Dundas, Queen, Bloor, King, and University, as well as Toronto Transit Commission, and two nearby airports Toronto Pearson International Airport and Toronto City Centre Airport. Few minutes walk to the Ontario St Stop from 227 Gerrard Street East Condominiums. Also, minutes away are the TTC, movie theatres and restaurants, supermarkets, shops in the area so close to the 227 Gerrard Street East Condos.
Winchester Square Park, Allan Gardens and Winchester Park are some of the parks close to the 227 Gerrard Street East Condos in Downtown Toronto.
|LOCATION||227 Gerrard Street East, Downtown Toronto, ON, M5A 2E9|
|DEVELOPER||Rosewater Capital Group|
|INTERIOR DESIGNER||PMA Landscape Architects|
|PROPERTY TAX ESTIMATE||TBA|
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