400 Front Street West Condos
400 Front Street West Condos is in Pre-construction Located at 400 Front Street West, Toronto ON M5V 2J1
Development By State Building Group, Forest Hill Homes, Stanford Homes
400 Front Street West Condos is a new condo development at 400 Front Street West, Toronto ON located right at Front and Spadina, DowntownToronto. This development has a total 4 condominium towers. 1,500,000 square feet of space in four towers between 24 and 60 storeys tall. Front Street in Toronto will be a brand new upcoming neighbourhood for residents, State Building Group development will have multiple buildings on this site with spacious and luxurious features in the condo suites.
Based in the Waterfront Communities- The Island neighbourhood, this site has four towers of the proposed condominium will house both residential and commercial units and will feature between twenty-four and sixty stories. The design of this proposed space is set to be a collaborative project between Architects Alliance and Public Work – renowned companies that focus both on overall architectural beauty as well as functionality. Currently proposed at 58 and 60 storeys—would sit on a much larger podium at the northeast corner of the site. Retail space at the ground level totalling about 100,000 square feet of space. On the second floor of this podium would be an additional 40,000 square foot grocery store.
The architect of this condo project are architectsalliance and Public Work.
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.
400 Front Street West Condos Toronto
The 400 Front Street West Condominium will be surrounded by large businesses, numerous offices and neighbourhoods like Financial District, Yorkville, St. Lawrence, and Entertainment District. Lots of places to see and visit like Art Gallery of Toronto, Canon Theatre, Air Canada Centre, historic Osgoode Hall, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Maple Leaf Gardens, St. Lawrence Market, the Royal Ontario Museum, Ricoh Coliseum, Rogers Centre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, Harbourfront Centre, and the Royal Alexandra Theatre.
Best places to shop in Downtown Toronto are Toronto Eaton Centre, The PATH (underground shopping mall), Yorkville Village, Chinatown Centre, Cambridge Shopping Centre, Manulife Centre, Cumberland Terrace, The Hudson Bay Centre, and Fairview Mall.
Lots of cafes and restaurants to eat like The Elm Street Restaurant, George Restaurant, Pizzeria Libretto, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar Mansion, Carisma, Senator Restaurant, Donatello Restaurant, Beer Bistro, JOEY Eaton Centre, The Hot House, Barberian’s Steak House, The 3 Brewers, House on Parliament, ORO Restaurant, The Carbon Bar, Wildfire Steakhouse Cosmopolitan Hotel, Loblaw’s, El Catrin, Adega, Rasa Restaurant, and Fran’s Restaurant & Bar.
Few minutes walk to the 510 Spadina at Front St West North and harbour front from 400 Front Street West Condominiums. Also, minutes away are the TTC, movie theatres and restaurants, supermarkets, shops in the area so close to the 400 Front Street West Condos.
Clarence Square, Victoria Square Park and Waterfront Children’s Garden are some of the parks close to the 400 Front Street West Condos in Downtown Toronto.
|LOCATION||400 Front Street West, Toronto ON M5V 2J1|
|DEVELOPER||State Building Group, Forest Hill Homes, Stanford Homes|
|STORIES||60, 58, 25, 24|
|PROPERTY TAX ESTIMATE||TBA|
|CEILING||669 ft, 650 ft, 293 ft, 287 ft|
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