Condos in St. Lawrence Market, Toronto
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Sugar Wharf Condos is a new condo development by Menkes Developments to be located at 95 Lake Shore Boulevard East in Downtown Toronto. The project is currently in preconstruction with an unknown estimated completion date.
✔ Proposed to have a total of 1,927 condo units (65 bachelor units, 1,078 one-bedroom units, 593 two-bedroom units, and 191 three-or-more-bedroom units), with two residential towers (79-storeys and 80-storeys)
✔ The project will also feature around 7,635-square-metres of retail space
✔ Architecture by ArchitectsAlliance
✔ Landscaping by NAK Design Group
✔ The entire project at the site by Menkes Development will also include a brand-new LCBO base of operations tower, a park, several other condominium projects, and even a new public school (and all will be connected via an extension to the PATH system)
ABOUT DOWNTOWN TORONTO
Home to the city’s largest concentration of skyscrapers and large corporations, Downtown Toronto is the leading central business hub, located roughly to the north of Bloor Street, east of the Don River, and west of Bathurst Street. It’s comprised of a number of smaller neighbourhoods, including The Annex (one of the city’s most affluent communities), CityPlace (a master-planned area), Yorkville (home of the “Mink Mile”), the Distillery Historic District, and Moss Park.
✔ Local and nearby attractions and landmarks include the CN Tower, Art Gallery of Ontario (also known as The AGO), Canon Theatre, St. Lawrence Market, Ricoh Coliseum, Yonge-Dundas Square, Harbourfront Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame, historic Fort York, Maple Leaf Gardens, Queen’s Park, Princess of Wales Theatre, Elgin & Winter Garden Theatres, Brookfield Place, Bathurst Street Theatre, Nathan Phillips Square, Osgoode Hall, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Old City Hall, the Gardiner Museum, historic Massey Hall, Riverdale Farm, the Flatiron Building, Lower Ossington Theatre, Cabbagetown, Mackenzie House, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Panasonic Theatre, Textile Museum of Canada, St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica, the Toronto Police Museum, Toronto’s First Post Office (historical landmark), Young People’s Theatre, Thompson Landry Gallery, and the Redpath Sugar Museum
✔ Public transportation options in Downtown Toronto include busy streets like Yonge, Bloor, Dundas, King, University, and Queen, as well as public transportation throughout the area serviced by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), and two nearby airports (Toronto City Centre Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport)
ABOUT MENKES DEVELOPMENTS
Menkes Developments is a multi-service real estate development firm specializing in planning and developing upscale single-family homes, posh condominium buildings, and architecturally stunning retail, commercial, and industrial spaces. Menkes’ condominium projects span across the Greater Toronto Area, including Downtown Toronto, Midtown Toronto, and North York.
✔ Menkes’ portfolio includes Fleur (Church & Shuter, Toronto), 4800 Yonge Street (Yonge & Sheppard, Toronto), 365 Church (Church & Carlton, Toronto), The Eglinton (Yonge-Eglinton, Downtown Toronto), Harbour Plaza (York & Harbour, Midtown Toronto), and 87 Peter Street (Peter & King, Toronto)
- Outdoor Terrace with Lounge, Fire Pit and BBQs
- Gym Facilities
- Movie Screening Room