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King Charlotte Condos

A high-rise condo at Toronto

The King Charlotte Condos, completed in 2016, is 32 storeys high and has 232 units. It was developed by Niche Development , Lamb Development Corp. and Fortress Real Developments in collaboration with Niche Development. The ultramodern tower, designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, also includes retail enterprises on the ground floor. The architecture of King Charlotte is built on a succession of planned boxes of various sorts and sizes.
 
The boxes were placed on top of one other, and not always in the way that one might expect. The shop box protrudes from the podium box, the tower box looks to teeter and overflow the podium box, and the enormous rooftop amenity box really does.
 
It is all very playful, yet incredibly clean and crisp.

Highlights

Neighborhood

 
King Charlotte Condos is a new condominium building by Fortress Real Developments, Lamb Development Corp, and Niche Developments that is now complete at 11 Charlotte Street in Toronto‘s Entertainment District neighborhood, as well as numerous varied communities beyond that. With a 99/100 walk score and a 100/100 transit score.
 
Residents seeking to be entertained don’t even need to worry about finding a nice parking space, with entertainment venues like the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, and Roy Thompson Hall just feet away.

Entertainment District neighborhood

Transportation

Living in the city center implies that owning a car is completely unnecessary. Residents of the King Charlotte Condos need to walk one block to access stations for the King and Spadina streetcars, which travel east and west or north and south, respectively. St. Andrew Station, from which trains run north and south throughout the city, is also only a 10-minute walk away.

Those who like to drive, on the other hand, are in an equally accessible place. Drivers residing at 11 Charlotte can quickly reach the Gardiner Expressway, and from there, they can easily connect to the Don Valley Parkway or the 427.

Gardiner Expressway

Shopping and Dining
 
Residents of 11 Charlotte may also go over to Queen West to see its varied selection of businesses — from brand name stores to locally-run vintage boutiques — and eateries. Chinatown begins on Spadina Avenue, just north of Queen, and offers everything from late-night dim food to low-cost housewares.
 
When it comes to groceries, residents of the King Charlotte Condos may walk just 2 minutes to the Fresh & Wild Food Market on the intersection of King and Spadina (or the LCBO right across the street). A 12 – minute walk away, at Queen and Portland, lies a massive Loblaws.

Fresh & Wild Food Market

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The condo is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Jean Lamb Public School, Ogden Junior Public School, and St. Mary Catholic Elementary School are just easily accessible. Also, this condos are less than ten minutes away from the University of Toronto and UC U of T.

Toronto and UC U of T

Outdoor

In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the town is nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as Northern Linear Park, Grange Park, and Clarence Square. Also, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, and Roy Thompson Hall provide additional entertainment.

Roy Thompson Hall

Amenities

 
Despite the fact that the units at the King Charlotte Condos vary in size, the ambiance in each one is beautiful and polished, owing to the interior design by II by IV Design. Open concept primary living rooms, exposed concrete walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and frosted glass sliding doors are common features throughout 11 Charlotte. Those looking for Toronto condos for sale may expect to discover both concrete and hardwood floors, depending on the apartment and the space, with ceiling heights averaging 9 feet. The houses range in size from 642 to 1,000 square feet, and some with balconies include gas connections for barbecues.
 
Residents may also use the building’s exercise facilities or spend time in the outdoor swimming pool on the amenities space rooftop terrace, which we described before. Furthermore, there is plenty of room for pre- or post-swim lounging around the pool.
 
Those who want to travel by bicycle may park their bikes  in the building’s bike parking, while those who enjoy entertaining can join friends and family in the party room whenever the desire strikes. In addition, there is a 24-hour concierge and security on-site to make life a bit simpler.

Developers

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Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Toronto’s top condominium broker Brad J. Lamb to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. At that time, with over 13 years of experience in consulting, marketing, and the selling of over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Mr. Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. Since then, he has done just that; completing 19 developments, approximately 3400 suites for over $1.3B. Currently, Lamb Development Corp has three projects under construction, almost 800 suites for a value of $360 Million. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 15 projects in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary & Edmonton with a value of $2.4 Billion.

Niche Development is an ethical development company, inspired by sustainability, durability and zero energy innovation. As Western Canada’s premier zero energy developer, they understand the need to change how they live, travel and consume.

Fortress Real Developments is a team that prides itself on their research abilities, which they use to determine current market trends, allowing them to find strategic property opportunities. They don’t believe in limiting the scope of the acquisitions and they have compiled an incredibly varied portfolio. To date they’ve built rental apartments, high-rise condos, hotels, office space, big-box retail stores and single-family homes. This totals 80 completed projects, 21 projects under construction and $6-billion in revenue.

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King Charlotte Condos

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