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High-rise condo in Toronto

With a smart name like the 9T6 Condos — which stands for the street address’s 96 — you’d anticipate some ingenuity from this structure. Located at 96 St. Patrick Street in the Grange Park neighborhood, the apartments are surely imaginative and inventive.

The 9T6 Condos, built in 2008 by Camrost-Felcorp, is a 17-story tower made entirely of glass. A two-story foundation is connected to a tower above, totaling 222 contemporary residences.

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Floor Plan

  • 1 Bed
  • 2 Bed

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Neighborhood

9T6 is situated in the bustling Grange Park neighborhood. This creative district is home to the AGO and the historic Grange Estate, which was formerly home to the powerful Boulton family in the early nineteenth century. 9T6 is directly next to Baldwin Village, a sub-section of Grange Park that is home to a number of notable cafés and restaurants, including Cafe la Gaffe.

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Transportation

Osgoode Station is approximately a 6-minute walk north or south on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. Alternatively, streetcars along Queen West operate 24 hours a day, providing access to West Queen West, Parkdale, and The Beaches. Drivers can take the Gardiner Expressway to quickly travel along the lakefront. From here, people leaving the city may use the 427 west or the Don Valley Parkway east.

Education

Residents of the 9T6 Condos will almost certainly never go hungry since they have a next-door neighbor in the form of the Village by the Grange. Students at the Ontario College of Art and Design frequent this food court, but there’s no reason why homeowners shouldn’t take use of it as well.

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Outdoor

Chinese markets along Dundas and Spadina provide fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as traditional delights. Residents may also visit Longo’s Market, located at Bay and Dundas, or Sak’s Food Hall, located next to Pusateri’s, at Queen and Yonge. The adjacent Grange Park is a significant plus for 9T6. It’s a wide open green space with grass and trees that’s perfect for walking your dog, playing with your children, and mingling with friends. Additionally, Grange Park has a community center with a pool and a summer program for children.

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Amenities

Above this, there are exposures ranging from one to two bedrooms including dens. The open concept designs provide an added feeling of space, while the laminate flooring and granite or stone worktops contribute to the contemporary feel. And, in terms of outside space, many of the houses include decently sized balconies where homeowners may garden or dine al fresco.

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With houses ranging in size from around 450 to 1,700 square feet, residents of all of the aforementioned kinds will find something to their liking in the complex. Families will be more than delighted with the townhouse apartments on the building’s first floor, which include two or three bedrooms apiece.

Developer

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Camrost Felcorp has established its place as one of the foremost names in the development industry since 1976 by consistently leading the way in creating landmark condominiums, and is behind many of the Greater Toronto Area’s most distinctive and memorable residential communities and commercial properties. Unique in design, each is built on a similar foundation of superior craftsmanship, a pre-eminent address, and a timeless style that is ahead of the industry.

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