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316 Bloor St W Condos is an upcoming condominium complex positioned at 316 Bloor St W, Toronto. Currently, in the preconstruction stage, the property is being developed by the State Building Group. The condo is set to feature 29 stores and a total of 286 residential units. The design of the residence comes from the house of Kirkor Architect Planners.
The hood of 316 Bloor Street West is sufficient for all kinds of residents including the ones that just can’t get enough. Shops, restaurants, parks, schools, hospitals, and entertainment spots are easily accessible. And, of course, the community is open-minded, fun-loving, and highly likable.
Traveling from one place to another is super easy for 316 Bloor St W residents. St. George subway station is less than 1 minute away from the condo. For those who drive their own vehicle, there are several gas stations and charging points around to power up the wheels. In addition, the bus transit service will help you get around the city on a pocket-friendly budget.
You will find dozens of nice educational institutions around that promise quality education. Victoria College, Trinity College, Massey College, George Brown College, and Braemar College are all just minutes away. Similarly, there are many reputable schools for children.
Congratulations you are at the heart of Toronto! That means you are surrounded by the best of everything. Popular monuments and places including CN Tower, Ontario Place, Allan Gardens, and Woodbine Beach are all located in close proximity. All in all, you won’t ever run out of options for your weekend plan.
Not much info is available as to what features the condo will house. However, based on recent projects carried out by Madison Group, we can expect a great package of indoor and outdoor facilities. Stay tuned to Condo Trend to get your hands on the latest developments regarding 316 Bloor St W Condos.
State Building Group has outstanding real estate developments throughout GTA in over past fifty years. Their success and growth can be attributed to anticipating trends, identifying strategic locations, incorporating excellent designs and innovation. Recently, they were the recipient of Heritage Toronto’s Award of Excellence for their restoration of the historic John Street Roundhouse.
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