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As a result of careful design and forward-looking thought, Canary Block in City Centre offer a distinctive look and feel. Kilmer Developments completed these projects in 2016, and KPMB built them for homeowners who appreciate sustainability, community, and style.
The Canary Block have two entrances, one on Cherry Street at 455 Front Street East and one on Mill Street at 170 Mill Street, with two mid-rise buildings at 11 and 9 floors. They are genuinely contemporary buildings, combining translucent glass, steel, and charcoal grey limestone to create a design that embodies the architects’ concept of an urban hamlet.
Some of the city’s most vivid public art works are visible from 450 Front’s broad tree-lined promenade, which is just steps away from the property. The Canary District will always have wonderful restaurants and shops because to the commercial area constructed into the building’s northern portion.
Transport for residents in the Canary District is very simple. It’s easiest to take the 504 King or 514 Cherry streetcars from the 450 Front or 170 Mill entrances. In addition, there is a circle that goes around the condominiums.
On King Street, both routes will carry residents past several of the city’s famous areas, including the St. Lawrence Market, Entertainment District and West Queen West, as well as through the downtown core. At St. Andrew and King Stations, these streetcars link to the Yonge-University subway line, allowing people to easily plan longer excursions on the TTC.
There are also numerous schools in the neighborhood, which makes it popular to families and kids. Many public and private schools, including Downtown Alternative School Jr., Inglenook Community School, Saint Paul Elementary School, and the University of Toronto – St. George Campus, are within walking distance of the condo.
The Distillery District is within walking distance of the southern tower, which is located at 170 Mill Street. In addition to the Distillery, inhabitants of the Canary District may also enjoy the adjacent neighbourhoods of Leslieville and The Beaches, which provide a wide variety of restaurants and stores for all interests and budgets.
Many various individuals live in the two buildings at 455 Front and 170 Mill, and they cater to many different types of people. Their 367 apartments range in size from 400 square feet to over 1,500. In the end, 455 Front and 170 Mill will be transformed into the urban village its designers envisioned, with plenty of room for young professionals, small families, and anybody looking for condominiums in downtown Toronto.
KPMB designed the 367 suites with an active lifestyle in mind, resulting in a contemporary and efficient layout. Massive hardwood floors, quartz countertops, and high ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows give these living rooms a light and airy atmosphere.
In addition, large balconies and ground-floor apartments with some street-level outdoor space provide tenants with private outdoor places from which to enjoy the Canary District’s vibrant environment.