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Introducing Eighty One Wellesley, a 28-storey building rising proudly from a central downtown Toronto neighbourhood.
EightyOne Wellesley draws inspiration from the area’s existing architectural language by reflecting other circa the 1960s, modernist apartment buildings defined by their white color and simple rectangular shapes, despite its location in a highly urban and dense neighbourhood with many apartments buildings of the varying archetype.
Being in a highly urban and dense neighbourhood with many apartment buildings in varying typology, EightyOne Wellesley draws inspiration from the area’s existing architectural language by reflecting the other circa the 1960s, modernist apartment buildings defined by their white colour and simple rectangular shapes.
Eighty-One Wellesley is located in the Church-Wellesley Village district. It’s easy to fall in love with the warmth of this historic area, which is at a strategic location from which you can quickly access the entire city of Toronto.
Residents can shop at local stores, dine at fashionable restaurants and bars, and stroll through the colorful streets and parks, all while being close to the subway, including Wellesley Station, which is less than a five-minute walk away.
The Eighty One Wellesley condominium is quite convenient to reside in. Because of the busy highways and packed public transportation, it is simple to move about, thanks to its excellent transit score of 93/100.
Residents may go to the Sherbourne station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or the Sherbourne station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line through bus routes that run through the development.
Plus, the Lake Shore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway are around 10 minutes away for motorists.
The area is ideal for both employment and education. There are several schools in my neighbourhood that both children and parents will like. Abelard School, Church Street Junior Public School, Toronto Private High School, and many others are among the primary and secondary schools.
If you or your children are interested in furthering your education, the University of Toronto is merely a 5-minute walk away.
Residents not only have access to good public transportation and educational opportunities but they are also surrounded by accessible shops and easy access to everything they need, such as the Holt Renfrew Centre, a small mall with upscale department stores, which is only 5 minutes away.
For those who want to go outside, local parks include Alexander Park, Barbara Hall Park, Norman Jewison Park, and others are nearby.
A variety of floorplans have been designed for condominiums. The unit layouts for mixed condominiums are generally classed as one-bedroom and one-bedroom plus den for smaller units, and two-bedroom and two bedrooms plus den for bigger units.
The condominiums have a variety of modern styles on the outside and inside. The structure will be composed of solid concrete, with basic designs that provide a more subtly polished appearance.
There are 9 foot high ceilings with smooth finishes throughout the major living rooms, which include contemporary design features that are accentuated throughout.
The kitchen rooms are highlighted by European equipment, quartz worktops, and exquisite cabinetry.
We create new design standards. We challenge old real estate models. We embrace the importance of living in a changing environment. We contribute to neighbourhoods with undiscovered potential. We find comfort in the unexpected.
From inception 30 years ago, Aragon has focused on innovative and distinctive design combined with outstanding quality. Honouring these values expresses our desire and commitment to creating sophisticated homes.