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Lamb Development Corp

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.

Lamb Development Corp. has become one of the country’s busiest development companies, with each project pioneering up-and-coming locations and delivering a stylish, urban solution to each property. Completed projects in Toronto are some of the hippest, most contemporary buildings in the city. They include Zen Lofts, OneSixNine, glas, and East. Ottawa developments include the groundbreaking three-phase East Market Lofts and the Mondrian.

Lamb Development Corp’s goal is to bring excellent condominium design with spectacular clean modern architecture allowing both the building residents and the residents of the city. to mutually benefit from an invigorating and thoughtful experience.

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  • Size Range: 404 - 1466 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 10
  • Units: 243

The Brant Park Condos are a new development by Lamb Development Corp. and Fortress Real Developments located at 39 Brant St, Toronto, ON. This proposal includes a 10-story high-rise structure with 243 units. This property's construction was finished in 2016. The adventurous ArchitectsAlliance, on the other hand, drew inspiration for the bold Brant Park Condos from the 1960s, the art world's heyday of High Modernism. In addition, II BY IV DESIGN is in charge of the interior design of the suites at the Brant Park in Toronto. Each unit has a unique set of amenities and finishes. The Brant Park is an immediate classic, built as a condo for the first-time home buyer. The Brant Park rises tall at 39 Brant St, Toronto, on the junction of King Street West and Portland Street. 39 Brant St is accessible to a wide range of facilities and professional services, as well as Queen West and Adelaide Street West. The Brant Park is the epitome of success.

Highlights

  • Located in the King Street West neighbourhood
  • Perfect Transit Score; Street cars are accessible right at your doorstep
  • Easy access to Gardiner Expressway
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby schools include LaSalle College Toronto School of Design, Ogden Junior Public School, and Heydon Park Secondary School
  • Nearby parks include Saint Andrew's Playground and Victoria Memorial Park

Neighborhood

The Brant Park Condos are located at 39 Brant St in Toronto, ON. Brant Park has a near-perfect walk score of 98 and is accessible to a variety of necessities, professional services, and other amenities. 39 Brant's immediate surroundings at Adelaide Street indicate a laid-back lifestyle: drinking coffee in quiet cafés, popping into local stores, and watching dogs play in St. Andrew's park.

The building's ordered simplicity adds a new bold style to the King Street West neighborhood, which is a diverse combination of old and modern, and its occupants don't have to travel far to get all the excitement you could want.

King Street West neighborhood

Transportation

 Brant Park is located in a transit-friendly area with a perfect transit score of 100. Residents of 39 Brant St can easily move about the city even if they do not own a car. Two streetcars run close. The 504 runs east and west along King, stopping at Brant before connecting to the neighboring St. Andrew Station. The 510 Spadina is the second. Residents may board this streetcar just across the block at Richmond, where it goes north and south through the city. Residents who drive are likewise ideally placed: after a two-minute drive along Spadina, they may find themselves at the Gardiner Expressway ramp. Motorists will also be able to reach Downtown Toronto in a short drive.

504 King Streetcar

Shopping and Dining

A block up Brant, Queen West's varied array of businesses allows for a lavish day of shopping. Then, perhaps after changing into a new dress for the evening, residents can walk down the street and have a great meal at one of King Street's numerous restaurants, followed by drinks at a fashionable bar, and possibly even some dancing at a nearby nightclub.

Also, an Independent City Market is just down the street at Peter for additional low-key nights in. Its variety and cheap pricing would please any palate. Additionally, for those looking for unique ingredients, the Healthy Butcher on Queen offers some of the greatest local and international items in the city.

Independent City Market

Education

Another reason this region is desirable, especially to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighbourhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private institutions, including LaSalle College Toronto School of Design, Ogden Junior Public School, and Heydon Park Secondary School.

Heydon Park Secondary School.

Outdoor

Additionally, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of magnificent parks and leisure facilities, including Saint Andrew's Playground and Victoria Memorial Park, both of which provide playgrounds for children.

Victoria Memorial Park

Amenities

 The Brant Park Condos are a beautiful property development located at 39 Brant St in Toronto. The location is home to a 243-unit low-rise building with ten floors. These suites include a wide range of floor designs ranging from one to three bedrooms. In addition, the sizes range from 404 to 1466 square feet. The architectsAlliance-designed Brant Park Condos will include interior design by II BY IV DESIGN. Each Brant Park condo will have an outstanding array of amenities and finishes, as well as appealing interiors. Smooth 9-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors, a powder room, premium appliances, stone surface worktops, and other features will be included. Residents will also get a fantastic view from the balconies, which include a gas BBQ hookup. Brant Park also provides fantastic amenities for people to unwind and enjoy. The building features a party room, a conference room, a security system, a heat pump system, a 24-hour concierge and security system, parking, and much more.

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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.

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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  • Size Range: 426 - 1445 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 17
  • Units: 251

Gotham Ottawa is a new condo project by Lamb Development Corp. situated at 224 Lyon Street in Canada's capital city's Centretown neighborhood. The building was completed in 2015. Gotham is a 251-unit modern statuesque condominium that soars 17 floors above Ottawa's downtown. Sizes range from 433 to 648 square feet. Once again, the glass and black brick skyscraper reflects an advanced modern identity. The goal of Lamb Development Corp's Gotham is to provide high-quality, stylish architecture to a city that is still establishing its architectural identity. The building is one of the most beautiful modern homes in Ontario.

Highlights

  • Located in Ottawa's Centretown neighbourhood
  • 5 - minutes away to Lyon Station / LRT
  • 27 - minute drive to Ottawa University
  • 20-minute drive from Rideau Shopping Centre
  • Easy access to HWY 417
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include

Neighborhood

Gotham is a modern statuesque condominium that rises 17 floors into Ottawa's skyline. Gotham, Ottawa's newest landmark, combines huge panes of glass, strong steel, and striking charcoal brick. Gotham, designed by Brad J. Lamb, CEO of Lamb Development Corporation, has a distinctive monolithic architectural shape and is intended to offer a variety of housing alternatives, including two-story lofthouses, single-level lofts, glasshouses, and penthouses. Gotham, located on the intersection of Lyon and Gloucester, is where elegance and design meet city life. Work-life balance has never been simpler, since it is just steps from downtown, Centretown, Little Italy, Hintonburg, and Chinatown. Allowing for easy access to all of these neighbourhoods, as well as many, many surrounding services!

Ottawa Centretown Neighbourhood

Transportation

The development has an excellent transportation network, with a transit score of 91/100, which is nearly perfect. This neighbourhood is ideally located between Bronson Avenue and Elgin Street, and it is adjacent to Highway 417. The downtown area is 15 minutes from Ottawa International Airport, 10 minutes from the VIA Rail rail station, and 5 minutes from the Greyhound Bus Station.

VIA Rail Ottawa

Shopping and Dining

The rush and bustle of activity throughout the day is offset by the peace and quiet of the nights. However, nightlife is not far away, since Elgin St., Bank St., and the Byward Market all have a variety of restaurants and pubs that are open late. The neighbourhood is densely populated with fine dining establishments, including some of Ottawa's top steakhouses and seafood restaurants.

Cultured palates will be delighted to learn that Ottawa's Chinatown and Little Italy are also close. This neighborhood is also home to a number of foreign and local food stores. The Rideau Centre and several stores are nearby for those who enjoy shopping.

Rideau Centre

Education

Another reason this region is enticing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighbourhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private institutions, including Glashan Public School, St. Anthony School, and Dominican University College, which is only 4 minutes away.

Dominican University College

Outdoor

One of the primary attractions of Centretown is Canadian culture. The National Arts Centre hosts some of Ottawa's greatest concerts, lectures, and exhibitions. If admiring Monet's works appeals to you, the National Gallery of Canada is a short stroll from the Gotham Condo Ottawa. The Museum of Nature, the Canadian War Museum, and the Museum of Civilization are among the other museums in the region.

Living in the midst of downtown Ottawa does not limit individuals who enjoy outdoor activities. The Ottawa River runs through the northern part of Centretown, and Quebec is only a short drive across the Portage Bridge. The Gatineau Hills, a 10-minute drive into Quebec, provide a variety of hiking routes, bicycle trails, and ski hills. The Rideau Canal, one of Ottawa's most well-known attractions, flows through Centretown. The Canal is the world's longest skating rink, drawing skaters not just for its length but also for its numerous "Beavertail" kiosks.

Ottawa River

Amenities

 Gotham is a contemporary statuesque home that rises 17 floors above Ottawa's cityscape. The floor plans include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units. They are available in two-story loft homes, single-story lofts, glasshouses, and penthouses. The square footage of the apartments ranges from 426 to 1,445 square feet. 

The majority of units include contemporary finishes such as hardwood flooring, quartz worktops, exposed concrete ceilings and accent walls, floor to ceiling windows, and so on. When you go onto your balcony or patio, you'll notice the natural gas hookup, which is ideal for your own barbeque.

 Gotham also has a concierge, an electronic doorbell system, surveillance cameras, key fob access for the lobby and garage, bicycle parking, and so forth. Quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, a gas burner, and contemporary cabinetry are featured in the kitchen. It also features a huge party room with a full kitchen, a large dining table, a wide patio, and a separate sociable seating space.

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.

 


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  • Size Range: 483 - 2820 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 10
  • Units: 103

The Parc Lofts are one of a number of outstanding new loft complexes from Toronto's Lamb Development Corp. and  designed by Peter Clews. They are located just south of King Street West, on the east side of Stafford Street, and look east over Stanley Park and towards the Downtown skyline. Simply put, Parc is the finest thing that has ever happened to the King Street West area. The developers were so charmed with the building's position next to Stanley Park that the suite types are named after notable green areas throughout the world, like Vondel Park in Amsterdam, Park Guell in Barcelona, and the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, to mention a few. Lofts provides the unattainable. The Parc Lofts, an urban sanctuary, also provides inhabitants with panoramic views of the metropolis.

Highlights

  • Located in the King West neighbourhood
  • Short walk to Ossington Station on the Bloor-Danforth line
  • Easy access to HWY 427 or Don Valley Parkway
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Coronation Park, Trinity Bellwoods Park, Victoria Memorial Park, and St. Andrew's Playground

Neighborhood

Parc Lofts, located at 25 Stafford Street in the King West neighbourhood and Niagara region, offers residents a variety of entertainment options. The location will provide convenient access to the Downtown Core as well as the restaurants and entertainment of the ever-expanding King West and Liberty Village. High-end features are standard, as they are with the several other Harhay and Brad Lamb Developments now in the process.

King West neighbourhood

Transportation

With 25 Stafford Street as a starting point, getting around is simple. Residents can use the King streetcar to go to the St. Andrew subway station or to travel east and west. The 63 Ossington Bus, which stops one block from the Parc Lofts, transports passengers to Ossington Station on the Bloor-Danforth line.

Drivers can quickly reach the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina or Jameson Avenue. Residents may easily commute across the city or to the 427 or Don Valley Parkway from here. 

63 Ossington Bus

Shopping and Dining

 Residents may also find lots of entertainment in the King West and Niagara areas. Upscale spas such as Hammam and Body Blitz are nearby for those who want to fully indulge, while more frequent appearances may be made at some of the area's local shops and private cafes. Due to the abundance of first-rate alternatives, residents may need to flip a coin or consult a magic eight ball before dining out. Date night might include expensive sushi at Blowfish, icy cold beers from within a restored Victorian-era home at Bar Wellington, or a 7-course meal at Edulis that serves as an eye feast. Residents will not have to drive far to cross items off their grocery lists, thanks to the significantly sized Loblaws at Queen and Portland, as well as the Kitchen Table and Fresh & Wild Food Market on King West.

Fresh & Wild Food Market

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The development is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Niagara Street Junior Public School, Kensington Community School and Future Design School are just easily accessible.

Niagara Street Junior Public School

Outdoor

Stanley Park, which is just across the street from the Parc Lofts, has a dog off-leash area, an outdoor swimming pool, and a basketball court. While those who are enticed to stay near to home will benefit greatly from these amenities, other green places in the vicinity are also appealing. Walking distance from Garrison Commons, Coronation Park, Trinity Bellwoods Park, Victoria Memorial Park, and St. Andrew's Playground.

Trinity Bellwoods Park

Amenities

 Parc Lofts is a new condominium building by Lamb Development Corp and Harhay Developments, situated at 25 Stafford Street in Toronto's King West neighborhood, with a 90/100 walk score and a 93/100 transit score. architectsAlliance created Parc Lofts. The project is expected to be finished in 2012. The building is 10 stories tall and includes 103 units ranging in size from 483 sq.ft to 2,820 sq.ft. Parc was no exception. Lamb and Harhay Developments are known for adding high-end finishing, and Parc was no exception. Parc's ceilings reach over 10 feet, and each apartment is completed to a very high degree of design. Modern conveniences abound here as well. Gas barbeque hookups provide homeowners with outdoor cooking area, while a water supply on the balconies makes life easier for those with green thumbs. Residents may also utilize a community party area, and the parking garage provides plenty of space for friends and family that come to the events. The only price surcharges are the excellent views offered in the east-facing rooms, which overlook the park and the skyline.

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.

Harhay Developments has been involved in design, development and construction since it was formed in 1989. For more than a quarter century the company has specialized in the development and construction of boutique residential and mixed use buildings in the downtown Toronto market.


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  • Size Range: 372 - 1385 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 3
  • Units: 63

Riverside Towns, located at 140 Broadview Ave. in Toronto, is a new townhouse development by Hyde Park Homes and Lamb Development Corp. A community of 63 stacked houses on Broadview Avenue in the Riverside District, only steps from Queen Street East. The construction was finished in 2013. Riverside Towns has 63 units in all. Though the Riverside Towns were finished in 2013, they appear to have been present for much longer – they blend in beautifully with the well-established Leslieville & South Riverdale neighborhood, which is packed with many large, older residences. The design of Riverside Towns is classical and elegant, with pointed roofs and domed windows – a nod to the neighborhood's Victorian and Edwardian architectural past. However, any uncertainty about whether these are recent constructions vanishes when a prospective buyer sees the light shining off its numerous modern windows. Riverside Towns' Victorian-style architecture is distinguished by dark old brick overlaid with stone accents. Riverside Towns appears to have always existed.

Highlights

  • Located in the Riverside District; Toronto's trendiest neighbourhood
  • Walkscore of 87/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
  • Steps from Queen Street East in the Riverside District
  • 2 - minutes walk from 504 King and the 303 Don Mills bus
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Joel Weeks Park, Thompson Street Parkette and Hubbard Park

Neighborhood

 Riverside Towns is a community of 63 stacked houses on Broadview Avenue in the Riverside District, only steps from Queen Street East. The Riverside District is Toronto's trendiest neighborhood, filled with creative new homes, intriguing gourmet restaurants, avant garde galleries, and quirky boutiques—perfect for weekend strolls. Riverside Towns' Victorian-style architecture is distinguished by dark old brick overlaid with stone accents. One of the city's most venerable historic performance spaces, the Opera House, where people may see live music virtually every day of the week, is one of the city's attractions. You also have convenient access to the Queen East and Broadview streetcars, as well as the DVP, making this an excellent spot to call home.

Riverside District

Transportation

One of the many benefits of living in such a well-established neighborhood is the ease with which you may go outside of it. Queen Street, just south of the Riverside Towns, is a significant east-west thoroughfare with good traffic flow in the city. Accessing the roadway from nearby towns and suburbs generally takes only a few minutes. Residents may reach the Don Valley Parkway by using Davies Avenue, which is only a few side streets west of 140-150 Broadview.

While residents of the Riverside Towns who prefer public transportation may take advantage of the 501 Queen Streetcar. It runs from The Beaches to High Park, passing through the city center and neighbourhoods such as Trinity Bellwoods and the Entertainment District. The 504 King Streetcar, which runs north and south on Broadview, also stops at Queen East. For the shortest access to the subway, residents should take the 504 north to Broadview Station on the Bloor-Danforth line.

501 Queen Streetcar

Shopping and Dining

Many diverse eateries, cafés, and pubs can be found along Queen East, catering to the neighbourhood's engaged community (and its many tourists). Furthermore, the shopping in the area is interesting, with a variety of independent boutiques and shops to pick from. Residents of the Riverside Towns may visit the Butchers of Distinction, located on the corner of Queen East and Grant Street, among the numerous retail options in the area. This business exclusively sells high-quality vegetables produced and reared in Ontario.

Butchers of Distinction2

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 Queen Alexandra Middle School, Dundas Junior Public School and Montcrest School are just easily accessible. Victoria University and UC U of T are less than 15 minutes away from Riverside Towns.

Victoria University

Outdoor

In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the town is nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as Joel Weeks Park, Thompson Street Parkette and Hubbard Park. Some highlights include the Opera House, one of the city’s most venerable historic performance venues where residents can catch a live concert almost any day of the week.

Opera House

Amenities

 Riverside Towns' timeless structures hold 63 Toronto townhouses ranging in size from about 372-1,385 square feet. This includes one and two bedroom plans, as well as the option of a den in certain homes. Regardless of size, inhabitants are treated royally in these Victorian-style structures, with vast and exceptionally opulent suites. A bright and fresh atmosphere pours through the contemporary apartments behind the Riverside Towns’s magnificent façade. These homes include hardwood floors throughout and ceilings as high as 9 feet. Furthermore, its exquisite fixtures and finishes, such as sleek cabinets with firm stone worktops and stainless steel appliances, stand out when lit by natural light flowing through their numerous windows. Finally, the majority of tenants at Riverside Towns have access to private outdoor spaces: balconies, patios, or roof decks, all of which have natural gas hookups.

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.

Hyde Park Homes has been involved in real estate investment, development and construction for over 50 years. They have successfully completed all types of commercial and residential developments in the greater Toronto area including retail convenience, mixed residential-retail, single family, townhouse, stacked townhouse, mid-rise and hi-rise condo projects.


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  • Size Range: 875 - 1248 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 14
  • Units: 210

Lamb Development Corp.'s The Harlowe is a new condo development at 618 Richmond Street West in Toronto. The construction was finished in 2018. The Harlowe has 210 apartments in all. The dimensions range from 875 to 1248 square feet. In contrast to the slick and often flashy appearance of many contemporary Queen West condominiums, Lamb Development Corp chose to pay homage to the neighbourhood's history by bringing a modest, yet beautiful warehouse-style design to The Harlowe at 608 Richmond Street West. The objective is to create something that feels like it has always been there, so that even if the building is spanking new, it immediately feels like home. Overall, the structure is modest and humble, taking care not to disrupt the historic architecture present throughout the Fashion District. Lamb Development Corp., on the other hand, offered just enough amenities to make occupants feel luxurious every time they walk through the front doors of 608 Richmond Street West. The Harlowe Condos are designed with “timeless beauty with a feeling of handmade quality,” according to Lamb Development Corp.

Highlights

  • Located in the Fashion District neighbourhood
  • Has a walkscore of 98/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
  • 1 - minute walk from 511 Bathrust and 310 Bathrust bus stops
  • Near Ryerson University and University of Toronto
  • Minutes from Queen West
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Port Credit Memorial Park, Saint Lawrence Park and J.C. Saddington Park

Neighborhood

While the area around the Harlowe Condos was once an industrial center, it has since become one of the city's liveliest. Because there are so many options, the primary problem for residents of 608 Richmond West, which is located in the Fashion District and only seconds from Queen Street West, will be deciding what to do on any given day.

Fashion District

Transportation

 The development has a reasonable transportation network and a perfect transit score. Residents can readily reach bus lines that are only a few feet away. Although there are streetcars on Queen Street, King Street, and Spadina Avenue, the Fashion District is largely a pedestrian neighborhood. With its position just around the corner from Richmond and Bathurst, the Harlowe Condos make it easy to go about the city. Those traveling east or west can use the King Streetcar, with eastbound riders able to transfer onto the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line at either St. Andrew or King station. Drivers can also use both of these main thoroughfares. The Gardiner Expressway is also nearby, which is especially useful for individuals making longer travels to the east or west.

King Streetcar

Shopping and Dining

The work, like most of downtown Toronto, appears to go on indefinitely. Shopaholics will love the shops on Queen Street West, while foodies will love the scene on both Queen and King West. Loblaws has also constructed a massive high-end shop with subterranean parking.

Loblaws

Education

Another reason this region is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private schools, including Niagara Street Junior Public School, Ryerson Community School, and Heydon Park Secondary School. St. Mary's Catholic School, which is attached to St. Mary's Church on Bathurst, is also nearby for elementary-aged students.

St. Mary's School

Outdoor

For individuals who like to spend their time outside, the Harlowe Condos are an excellent starting point for exploring Toronto's various green spaces. Trinity Bellwoods Park is approximately a 15-minute walk away, where you can play tennis, throw a Frisbee or a baseball, or let your dog run free in the dog bowl. This park also has a skating rink, a playground, a community center with an indoor pool, and a weekly farmer's market in the summer.

Lake Ontario, on the other hand, is not far away. It takes around 20 minutes to walk to the sea, although a fast streetcar trip down Bathurst can also suffice. Those interested in exploring can go east or west along the car-free Martin Goodman Trail to numerous parks and beaches, as well as the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, the Harbourfront Centre, the Exhibition Place, and the Budweiser Stage (previously known as the Molson Amphitheatre).

Trinity Bellwoods Park

Amenities

All of the units at the Harlowe Condos are exquisite, even before homeowners move in and add their own unique touches, according to interior designs by Core Architects. Exposed brick, hardwood floors, exposed concrete, abundance of glass, large baths, and stainless steel appliances are among the features of these residences.

The apartments also have 9-foot ceilings, which make every unit seem expansive regardless of size. In terms of size, the condominiums at 608 Richmond Street West range from 875 to 1,248 square feet. Some Harlowe residences have individual balconies, and every outside space has a gas connection for a barbeque, which is unusual for downtown Toronto condominiums for sale. 

Many of the units include two or three bedrooms, a probable reference to the current trend of families preferring condominiums over single-family houses. Naturally, there are a few of penthouse apartments available, with the finest views in the house. Parking, a fitness center, a private lounge and eating room, and a concierge are among the amenities. You're in a great location near all the city has to offer, so anything that isn't at The Harlowe shouldn't be more than a few minutes away.

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.


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  • Size Range: 608 - 2099 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 10
  • Units: 153

Worklofts is a new condo development located at 319 Carlaw Avenue in Toronto. It is a live/work and commercial loft development in the Leslieville and Riverdale neighbourhood, and it is part of a huge transition going place in the area. The areas on the first two of the ten floors are commercially zoned and not suitable for residential purposes, making this a genuine combination of business and residential. Furthermore, the lowest four stories are covered in a more conventional brick to mix in with the historic brick, while the higher work/live residential areas are clad in more glass and aluminum.

Lamb Developments Corp, the famous developer and brain behind Worklofts condominiums, characterizes the structure as "a thoughtful interplay of old to new, commercial to residential, and personal to professional."

Highlights

  • Located in the Leslieville and Riverdale neighbourhood
  • Easy access to Queen Street East and Gerrard East steetcars
  • 8 - minutes drive to Pape Subway Station
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby shopping centers are Riverdale Shopping Centre or Gerrard Square
  • Nearby parks include Jimmie Simpson Park, the Matty Eckler Playground and Recreation Centre, and Greenwood Park

Neighborhood

The Work Lofts are an innovative blend of classic and contemporary design located in the heart of trendy Leslieville, the city's historic textile and industrial district. Its striking design has a red brick façade that symbolizes the heritage of the region, while the upper stories are a distinctly contemporary mix of glass and aluminum. This 10-story Toronto condominium has over 153 genuine live/work lofts and business studio lofts.

Residents are within a short walk from trendy Leslieville as well as some great outdoor parks and trails near Dundas and Carlaw in Toronto's historic industrial district. Work Lofts are ideal for anybody searching for a modern loft in a rapidly changing neighborhood.

Leslieville

Transportation

Getting to and from the Work Lofts shouldn’t be an issue for residents with a decent transit score of 88/100. A number of bus lines service the neighbouring streets, and streetcars operate frequently on Queen Street East and Gerrard Street East. Residents may get to the nearest subway station, Pape Station, by taking a bus north for about 8 minutes along Pape Avenue.

Drivers who want to drive can access the Don Valley Parkway through Dundas Street East, or Lake Shore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway via Carlaw Avenue.

Don Valley Parkway

Shopping and Dining

 Residents who like shopping, dining, and late-night escapades will be delighted with the neighborhood around the Work Lofts. Surrounding streets such as Queen and Dundas East are teeming with fascinating small businesses, and additional shopping can be found at the adjacent Riverdale Shopping Centre or Gerrard Square.

Gerrard Square

Education

Families considering moving to 319 Carlaw will be relieved to hear that there are several reputable schools nearby, including Pape Avenue Junior Public School, Morse Street Junior Public School, and Wilkinson Junior Public School.

Wilkinson Junior Public School

Outdoor

Residents who prefer spending time outside may visit Jimmie Simpson Park, the Matty Eckler Playground and Recreation Centre, or Greenwood Park, which features baseball diamonds, a pool, a skating rink, and a dog park.

Residents may enjoy a concert at The Opera House, attend a theatrical production at one of the numerous local playhouses, or even try their hand at rock climbing at The Rock Oasis for nearby amusement. There are also a variety of spas, gyms, and yoga studios in the neighborhood, and residents can always go to The Beaches or the Distillery District to participate in whatever festivals or events are going on.

Greenwood Park

Amenities

Work Lofts is a newly completed condominium complex by Lamb Development Corp situated at 319 Carlaw Avenue in Toronto's Leslieville neighborhood. Core Architects Inc. designed Work Lofts. The building is 10 stories tall and includes 153 units ranging in size from 608 to 2,099 square feet.

Residents of these Toronto condominiums will appreciate hardwood flooring, European-inspired kitchens with islands, Cesar stone quartz countertops, bespoke vanities, and expansive balconies, not to mention gas range stoves! The bathrooms are as attractive, with rain-style showerheads, ceramic tile tub surrounds, and deep soaking tubs. Every unit has nine-foot ceilings and huge floor-to-ceiling windows.

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.


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  • Size Range: 787 - 1087 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 15
  • Units: 215

The King East Condos is a new condo construction in Toronto by famous developers Lamb Development Corp, The Sher Corporation, and Hyde Park Homes, located at King St & Parliament St. The King East has 215 magnificent suites with an exquisite design, elegance, and grace. These units have been built to optimize space, and The King West is a top condo in a desirable location. 

How you live your life is a unique reflection of who you are, just as a well crafted piece of furniture represents the personality of its designer. The King East is a vividly creative city condominium that achieves this vision.

It will redefine modern design on one of the most historically significant corners of Toronto's original ten blocks — King and Parliament. This is the end of the story. Welcome to The King East, a place where design genuinely thrives.

Highlights

  • Located in one of the most historically significant neighbourhoods in Toronto: St. Lawrence
  • Short stroll to the Distillery District
  • 10 - 15 min walk to the Financial Core
  • 20 - minute drive to downtown Toronto
  • 20-minute drive from Toronto Pearson Airport
  • 15 - minute walk to King Subway Station
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Moss Park, Sumach-Shuter Parkette and Tommy Thompson Park

Neighborhood

While the building itself is as modern as they come, The King East is located in one of Toronto's most historically significant neighbourhoods: St. Lawrence. You'll have direct access to Toronto's boutique Distillery District while living at the cutting edge of fashionable Toronto real estate. The King East, located on the intersection of King and Parliament in Old York, one of Toronto's original ten blocks, blends heritage with an evocatively distinctive urban architecture of 15-storeys, red brick, exposed concrete, and sleek glass. The King East is a place you can call home, with quality finishes and all the facilities you could want.

St. Lawrence nieghbourhood2

Transportation

The Walk Score for 330 King Street East is 93 out of 100. Because this area is a Walker's Paradise, daily errands do not necessitate the use of a car. With 318 King East as a starting point, getting around is straightforward. Passengers will be transported by streetcar along King to nearby sites such as Old Toronto, the Financial District, Liberty Village, and Roncesvalles. Those going north or south may take the 65 Parliament bus, which stops only steps from from The King East at the intersection of King and Parliament.

A north or southbound trip may also be conducted utilizing metro trains: King Station is a 15-minute walk or a 7-minute ride on the King streetcar. The Yonge-University-Spadina line will transport visitors everywhere they need to go from King Station.

King Station

Shopping and Dining

Today, the neighbourhood is home to modern restaurants, stores, pubs, and enterprises, some of which are housed in structures dating back to the nineteenth century. You're only a short distance from the St. Lawrence Market area and Yonge Street, and you're also close to Leslieville's stores and restaurants where you can grab something to eat.

Leslieville's stores and restaurants

Education

Another reason this region is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private schools, including St. Paul Catholic School, Nelson Mandela Park Public School, and Keystone International Schools. In addition, the University of Toronto - St. George Campus is only 14 minutes away.

University of Toronto - St. George Campus

Outdoor

Residents may also visit the shoreline because Lake Ontario is within walking distance of the condos. Directly south are the Lower Don Lands and the Port Lands, where a day's activities may include a visit at T&T Supermarket or Cherry Street Barbecue before walking across to Cherry Beach.

Families that enjoy active outdoor activities may opt to ride around Tommy Thompson Park, a 5-kilometer peninsula protruding into the lake maintained and preserved by the Toronto Region Conservation Authority. This is also one of the greatest places in town for both fishing and bird viewing.

Tommy Thompson Park

Amenities

 The façade of the King East mixes patterns of red brick with bands of concrete, elegantly integrating the glass platform with the upper section of the building by rising up the east and west face, and is inspired by historical features from the neighboring St. Lawrence market and Corktown. The King East is a spectacular piece of urban planning and design located on one of the most prominent corners of Toronto's original old 10 blocks. It will be 15 stories tall and will have 215 suites in modern style styling. The construction will be a landmark on the formal eastern outskirts of downtown Toronto. Core Architects created the design. Everywhere else, standard finishes are upgrades. All wood euro style cabinets, 4 stainless steel appliances including built-in washer and dryer, double-thick stone countertops, exotic engineered hardwood flooring throughout, spacious balconies and terraces with natural gas barbeque hookups, and all gas cooking are among the design highlights. The property features one and two bedroom houses with 9 or 10 foot ceilings.

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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.

With over 25 years of experience in the real estate market, The Sher Corporation brings an understanding to development that is uncommon in today’s marketplace. This team is driven to review, access, acquire and develop quality sites in the Greater Toronto Area with the objective of adding value to the architectural landscape of each neighbourhood. Through design and progressive modernism, the developer continues to push the envelope while contributing to the urban fabric of this region for years to come.

Hyde Park Homes has been involved in real estate investment, development and construction for over 50 years. They have successfully completed all types of commercial and residential developments in the greater Toronto area including retail convenience, mixed residential-retail, single family, townhouse, stacked townhouse, mid-rise and hi-rise condo projects.

 


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  • Size Range: 642 - 1,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 32
  • Units: 232

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

  • Located in Toronto's Entertainment District neighborhood
  • King and Spadina streetcars right at your doorsteps
  • Easy access to HWY 427, Don Valley Parkway or Gardiner Expressway
  • Quick access to TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, and Roy Thompson Hall
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Northern Linear Park, Grange Park, and Clarence Square

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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  • Size Range: 373 - 1200 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 23
  • Units: 240

SoBa stands for "South on Bank," and it is a project of Lamb Development Corp. This is more than simply a condo building; it is a campaign to revitalize a barren section of Ottawa's Centre Town. Situated between the QE highway, the Glebe to the south, and Ottawa's Centre Town and downtown to the north. Core Architects and II BY IV, two of Canada's most celebrated design firms, have collaborated on the project. Their remarkable structure has 23 - storeys, three oscillating residential zones, and 240 one-of-a-kind and modern suites. These luxurious suites include a plethora of high-quality and beautiful features.

SoBa, short for South on Bank, is a building that is not just entrenched in the fashionable core of Ottawa, but is also intended for upper-class, modern living.

Highlights

  • Located in the Ottawa's Centretown neighbourhood
  • Quick access to Ottawa Bus Station and Catherine/ O'Connor Bus Stop
  • 4 - minute drive to downtown Ottawa
  • Easy access to HWY 417
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Central Park, Springhurst Park and St. Luke's Pak

Neighborhood

 SoBa Condos is a lovely place to live, with amazing views and a one-of-a-kind exterior and interior design. The wonderfully called SoBa "neighbourhood" is set to become the new destination for Ottawa urbanites, with the Golden Triangle to the east, Centretown to the north, and the Glebe to the south. Its central location places it in in the center of all Ottawa has to offer, elevating city life in Centretown with magnificent architecture, exceptional interior design, and resort-like amenities.

Centretown Ottawa

Transportation

With a transit score of 62/100, the development has a good transportation network. Residents can readily access bus lines, including the Ottawa Bus Station and the Catherine/O'Connor Bus Stop, which are only a few feet away. SoBa Condos also has convenient access to Ontario Roadway 417, Ottawa's main highway.

Highway 417

Shopping and Dining

SoBa condominiums are located in one of Ottawa's most desirable neighborhoods due to its abundance of convenient and cultural amenities. Along Bank Street, the Sparks Street Mall, numerous downtown office towers, and the neighboring Rideau Centre, there are a multitude of diverse stores and cafés including Cafe Cosenza. If you like a faster pace of life, you will appreciate the thrill of downtown living.

Rideau Centre

Education

Another reason this area is desirable, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the Centretown neighborhood. Many public and private institutions, including Glashan Public School, Lisgar Collegiate Institute, and Centennial Public School, are within walking distance of the condo.

Lisgar Collegiate Institute

Outdoor

Furthermore, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of magnificent parks and recreation facilities, including Central Park, Springhurst Park, and St. Luke's Pak, all of which provide playgrounds for children. Every summer, the Centretown Movies Outdoor Film Festival screens films in Dundonald Park, which is approximately 4 minutes away from the condominiums. An outdoor film festival organized by and for the community!

For more Ottawa attractions, you can visit places such as Parliament Hill, the Byward Market, the National Arts Centre, the Art Museum, and many more.

Dundonald Park

Amenities

The SoBa condominiums project brings together three of Canada's most renowned developer and designers: Lamb Development Corp., Core Architects, and II BY IV Designs. Their remarkable structure rises 23 stories above the street, with three stacked, oscillating pieces that glide over one another to create a startling modern look. Sleek loft-inspired designs combine warm woods and stone finishes with exposed concrete walls and columns for an industrial appearance. The vast balconies and terraces, as well as the floor-to-ceiling glass, give far-reaching views of the whole city.

Unit amenities include gas stove tops and gas bbq hookups (units with a balcony or terrace), which are uncommon in Ottawa. Loft-style living in the heart of the city. Open-concept rooms with soaring ceilings. Walls and ceilings are adorned with exposed concrete. Large patios and balconies. Smart, elegant design that is unlike anything else seen in the city. You can also access a private members-only club's lobby. This restricted membership is provided by SoBa ownership. Get together with your friends, create a party, and dine in luxury. A city resort. With a spa pool, private cabanas, outdoor dining, and sun-drenched chaise couches. The Skygarden faces west, allowing for all-day light and sunset.

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.


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  • Size Range: 409 - 1891 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 16
  • Units: 173

Glas condominium, located on a little side street off Spadina Avenue near King, is a 16-story boutique style high-rise with over 160 King West condominiums constructed by three prominent developers: Niche Development, Lamb Development Corp., and Harhay Developments. This building has established a new standard for urban cool-chic because its suited for trendy and active lives, with a sophisticated contemporary design of Corten steel and glass and a good list of amenities such as exercise facilities and underground parking.

This is unquestionably a fantastic location to live and a must-see structure. The location is highly popular: living in the Entertainment District means living in a neighborhood where everything you need is within walking distance. This area of Toronto is one of the most densely populated, centered around King Street, Spadina Avenue, and University Avenue.

Highlights

  • Located in the Entertainment District neighbourhood
  • With a perfect transit score and a walk score of 98/100
  • Spadina Streetcars is at your doorsteps
  • Short drive to Kensington Market
  • TIFF Bell Lightbox and Scotiabank Theatre is just around the street
  • Easy access to HWY 427
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Trinity Bellwoods Park, Garrison Common, and Coronation Park

Neighborhood

 Glas is located at 24 Charlotte St. in Toronto, on a little side street right off Spadina Avenue. Glas residents may enjoy the peace and quiet of their little street while living just close to one of the city's most dynamic and bustling neighborhoods. You're in Toronto's Entertainment District, close to the Rogers Centre stadium, the CN Tower, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, as well as all of King West's shops, restaurants, pubs, and clubs. Boredom is not an option when you live in Glas condominiums. With King West and Queen West, the Entertainment District, Kensington Market, the Lakeshore, and many other nearby locations, people have an almost limitless number of alternatives for how to spend their free time. Residents therefore get the best of both worlds – seclusion and excitement wrapped into one.

Entertainment District

Transportation

 Residents will not have to travel far to reach the TTC because Spadina is only feet away from the Glas Condos' front doors. Spadina Streetcars will transport passengers south toward Lake Ontario or north through Kensington Market and into Spadina Station. Trains may be taken north-south on the Yonge-University-Spadina line or east-west on the Bloor-Danforth line from here. Drivers may continue south on Spadina until they reach the Gardiner Expressway, which runs along Toronto's southern outskirts. A fast journey east will allow cars to transfer onto the Don Valley Parkway, while a trip west will let drivers to join onto the 427.

Spadina Streetcars

Shopping and Dining 

 Glas condominiums are conveniently located near the greatest restaurants, antique shops, retail boutiques, and pubs on King West. Another enjoyable way to spend a day outside is to wander around the streets of Kensington Market, stopping at various antique boutiques and world food sellers along the route.

Kensington Market

Outdoor 

 Outdoor enthusiasts will be pleased to know that vast green spaces such as Trinity Bellwoods Park, Garrison Common, and Coronation Park are not far away. Also, TIFF Bell Lightbox is just around the street, where a date night may include an independent or foreign film, while those opting for a mainstream picture can just as easily go over to the Scotiabank Theatre at Richmond and John.

 

Scotiabank Theatre

Amenities

The Glas Condos have a total of 173 apartments. These range from one bedroom flats, which are excellent for single buyers or couples, to bigger residences with two bedrooms and even larger penthouses. The size footage of these King West condos for sale varies greatly as well, with modest residences starting at around 409 square feet and more opulent ones reaching around 1,891 square feet.

Exposed concrete walls and ceilings set the tone, giving the space a gentle loft feel. Large concrete pillars can also be found in certain apartments. Other important loft features are dramatic high ceilings and open concept layouts. Other enticing features of the Glas Condos residences include ultra-modern kitchens, huge balconies or terraces, and plenty of closet space. Outdoor spaces also include gas hookups for grills, however the lack of balconies in lower level homes means tenants will have to rely on community grills.

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.

Harhay Developments has been involved in design, development and construction since it was formed in 1989. For more than a quarter century the company has specialized in the development and construction of boutique residential and mixed use buildings in the downtown Toronto market.


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  • Size Range: 400 - 1928 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 12
  • Units: 129

East Lofts is located in Toronto at 275 King Street East. The East Lofts were designed by Peter Clewes and his colleagues at architectsAlliance, with the collaboration of famous developers Lamb Development Corp and Harhay Developments. Slate-colored brick envelops the outside creating a sleek look, with large glass panes contributing to the façade's modernism. East Lofts is near to the Financial District, Union Station, and the St. Lawrence District's retail, entertainment, and eating, as well as the St. Lawrence Market and the harbourfront.

Highlights

  • Located in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood in Toronto
  • Has a walkscore of 96/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
  • 1 - minute walk to George Brown College
  • Residents may access VIA Rail trains, GO buses and trains nearby
  • 4 - minute walk to the Queen St E at Jarvis St Stop
  • Has a transit score of 100/100: world class public transportation
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Sculpture Gardens, Moss Park and St. James Park

Neighborhood

The East Lofts are situated in the heart of the St. Lawrence Market area, eliminating any chance for residents to experience boredom. With home located at 275 King Street East & 138 Princess Street, one can explore the Esplanade and St. Lawrence Market, the Financial District, Harbourfront, the West Don Lands, the Distillery District, and much, much more.

Distillery District Toronto

Shopping and Dining

Residents of 138 Princess Street may walk over to the Metro or No Frills on Front Street when it's time to get serious and load up on necessities. St. Lawrence Market, on the other hand, is the place to go for fresh vegetables, meat, seafood, cheeses, baked products, and everything else you can think of. This market is also one of the greatest in the globe.

Residents may also stroll across to the Distillery District, where boutiques, galleries, cafés, and bars are housed amid 19th-century industrial, Victorian-style buildings.

St. Lawrence Market

Transportation

The East Lofts' genuinely central position makes it a perfect starting point for exploring Toronto. Residents may select their preferred mode of transportation, whether it is a bicycle, a vehicle, or the TTC, and getting around the city is a snap.

Union Station is roughly one kilometer from 275 King Street East and 138 Princess Street, where visitors may access VIA Rail trains, GO buses and trains, and the UP service to Pearson International Airport. Streetcars along King Street East are another another convenient method to go east or west without owning a car. Driving throughout Toronto is simple when you use the Gardiner Expressway, which is only a few minutes away from the East Lofts. Drivers may also connect with the 427 to the west or the Don Valley Parkway to the east from here.

King Street East Street Cars

Education

Another reason this region is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. Many public and private schools are nearby, including Queen Alexandra Middle School, Sprucecourt Public School, and George Brown College, which is only 2 minutes away from the East Lofts condos.

George Brown College Toronto

Outdoor

Furthermore, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of attractive parks and leisure facilities, including Sculpture Gardens, Moss Park, and St. James Park. Those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life can enjoy a day at Cherry Beach, Tommy Thompson Park, or hiking the trails along the Don River.

Cherry Beach

Amenities

 The East Lofts are divided into 129 Toronto lofts, just enough to provide tenants with a variety of sizes and exposures without overloading them with too many mates. These residences have a total of 12 stories, with some lofts spanning two levels. East Lofts is a glass, steel, and brick structure designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance. Singles and couples will be pleased with the cozier Toronto condominiums for sale, which start at around 400 square feet for a bachelor apartment. Those in need of a bit more space, on the other hand, will choose for the more luxurious houses, which stretch up to 1,928 square feet and have two bedrooms plus dens. As previously stated, the building's façade is dotted with huge panes of glass. And what this means for the interiors may be even more impressive: the residences at 138 Princess Street are flooded with natural light, and the panoramic views of the city will never grow old. Balconies or terraces also grace the residences, allowing inhabitants to spend time outside while remaining in the comfort of their own homes. Ceiling heights of up to 9 or 10 feet improve the situation even more by allowing the sun's beams to spotlight unusual elements such as concrete walls and exposed ducting. The polished hardwood flooring featured throughout the house, on the other hand, stand in stark contrast to these raw, loft-like features.

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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.

Harhay Developments has been involved in design, development and construction since it was formed in 1989. For more than a quarter century the company has specialized in the development and construction of boutique residential and mixed use buildings in the downtown Toronto market.


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  • Size Range: 762 - 2480 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 47
  • Units: 236

Theatre Park is a new condo building at 224 King St W in Toronto by Harhay Developments, Niche Development, and Lamb Development Corp. in the King West neighborhood that stands 47 storeys tall building. The construction was finished in 2014. Theatre Park has 236 apartments in total. The biggest size is 2480 square feet. If you think this is simply another faceless glass building, think again, for Theatre Park is anything from conventional. The tower rises above a facade of angled glass window panes like a movie screen; crisscrossing beams continue to the top of the structure along the tower's sides, giving the building a one-of-a-kind appearance. With such a wonderful location and a diverse range of layouts at various price points, this building is ideally suited to all condo purchasers — but, given the vibrant mood of King West, young professionals may feel most at home.

Highlights

  • Located in the King West neighbourhood
  • Has a perfect transit score of 100 and walk score of 98/100
  • East & Westbound streetcars right at doorsteps
  • 3 - minute walk to King Station and St. Andrew Station
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Larry Sefton Park, Grange Park and Berczy Park

Neighborhood

 Theatre Park Condos by Harhay Developments, Niche Development and Lamb Development Corp. is a new development at 224 King St W, Toronto, ON. Theatre Park Condos is a luxurious addition to the bustling King West neighbourhood. This project features a high-rise building of 47 storeys with 236 condo units. The construction of this property was completed in 2015.  Standing high right next to the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Theatre Park will be amid Duncan and Simcoe of King West. Residents will find a plethora of dining, shopping, entertainment, and much more around Theatre Park.

Theatre Park Condos map-min

Transportation

The development has a good transportation system. Theatre Park Condos, located at 224 King St W, has a perfect transit score of 100 and a walk score of 98/100. East and westbound streetcars are available at the city's entrance. East and westbound streetcars stop just outside your front door on King, and St. Andrew Station is only a 3-minute walk away if you desire subway lines.

There is no sugarcoating the fact that driving in this section of town not that easy, but automobile owners can bypass most downtown Toronto traffic by taking York Street south to the Gardiner Expressway.

St. Andrew Station

Shopping and Dining

Theatre Park is located at 224 King St W, Toronto, ON, in a good Toronto neighborhood. From basic businesses to fashionable entertainment, this neighborhood has everything a city dweller might want. In addition, residents will have easy access to a variety of amenities in the Entertainment zone. El Caballito Tequila Bar is just next door for Mexican, while Lee Chen Asian Bistro, IL FORNELLO, Elephant & Castle, Shoeless Joe's Sports Grill, and Byblos are all less than 2 blocks away for other cuisines. If that doesn't satisfy your appetite, you may travel in any direction for a varied variety of eateries. There's something for everyone when it comes to nightlife; if you're looking for something sophisticated, go to the Town Crier for foreign beers in an old-time club, or if you simply want a drink and some nachos, Roxy on King has you covered. Music enthusiasts may check out local talent at the Antler Room or huge performers at Scotiabank Arena. If you're looking for a busy dance floor, there's Maison Mercer, Tequila Jacks Toronto, Cake Bar & Nightclub, The Fifth Social Club, and many more.

El Caballito Tequila Bar

Education

Another reason this location is enticing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private institutions, including Keystone International School, Heydon Park Secondary School, and Cornerstone Montesorri Prep School. The property is less than 10 minutes from from UC U OF T and Victoria University.

UC U OF T

Outdoor

Furthermore, for families that like outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of excellent parks and leisure facilities, such Larry Sefton Park, Grange Park, and Berczy Park. Aside from that, there are several attractions nearby, including the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Roy Thomson Hall, which hosts the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Canada's Walk Of Fame, which is located on the intersection of King and Simcoe. Fans of TIFF will only need to travel a few minutes to see a star, and if you walk south, you'll find the Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, and some of Toronto's greatest attractions.

Royal Alexandra Theatre

Amenities

 The Theatre Park condos houses 236 units ranging in size from 762 to 2480 square feet. There are 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom + den, and 3 bedroom plans available. A penthouse collection, a sky penthouse collection, and a 3 bedroom + den + library penthouse on the top level are also available. Architects Alliance and II BY IV DESIGN have suggested elegant glass and steel buildings and interiors to raise the bar for luxury living. Buyers may expect to see some of the best designs in the neighborhood since they were designed by the best. All suites include premium finishes such as hardwood flooring in the living areas, porcelain tiles in the bathrooms, large soaking tubs, and 9 and 10 ft ceilings and so much more.

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.

Harhay Developments has been involved in design, development and construction since it was formed in 1989. For more than a quarter century the company has specialized in the development and construction of boutique residential and mixed use buildings in the downtown Toronto market.


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  • Size Range: 452 - 2243 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 25
  • Units: 274

East 55 condos located at Richmond St East & Berkeley St, exemplify Toronto's dynamic comeback as a global metropolis. East 55 adheres to Hyde Park Homes and Lamb Development Corporation's strict policy of beauty and excellence in architecture and design, and is located in the heart of Toronto's Lower East Side. East 55 represents modern architecture with basic clean lines and the “less is more” philosophy. East 55 condominiums are coated in only two materials: white precast and black obsidian brick. Simple, powerful, clean, and lovely.

With this property, you can live in the center of downtown while enjoying amazing facilities and a beautiful modern architectural style. This will be a convenience-oriented facility, with direct access to both the King and Queen street car lines.

Highlights

  • Convenient access to Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway
  • 8 - minute away from Queen subway Station
  • 5 - minute walk from the George Brown College
  • 9 - minute away from Ryerson University
  • 12 - minute walk to the Distillery District and Thompson Landry Gallery
  • 12 - minute walk to St Lawrence Market
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Moss Park, St. James Park, and Berczy Park

Neighborhood

East 55 Condos is located at 53 Ontario Street in Toronto's Moss Park neighborhood and has a near flawless accessibility score. There are several public transportation choices in the Moss Park area, including the Queen Streetcar and bus service on Sherbourne and Parliament Streets. These surface roads connect to Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University-Spadina subway stations. Aside from that, the architecture, businesses, residents, and, of course, the food are all superb.

Moss Park Nieghbour

Transportation

 The development's transportation network is adequate, with a nearly flawless score of 99/100. For those without vehicles, streetcars running along Queen and King provide transport, with passengers able to exit and connect to trains on the Yonge-University-Spadina line. Drivers will also find it easy to move about, owing to one-way streets like Richmond and Adelaide, as well as fast-paced motorways like the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway.

Queen and King Streetcars

Shopping and Dining

 Residents may shop instantly at Luciano's No Frills or peruse the various fruit, cheese, butcher, and pastry stalls at St. Lawrence Market. The market is also a fantastic location to dine, whether it's a peameal bacon sandwich, fresh fish and chips, or handmade pierogies. Coffee shops, restaurants, and bars on Queen and King Street East are ready and waiting for those days when cooking just isn't in the cards, or for couples looking for a date.

Luciano's No Frills

Education

 Another reason this region is desirable, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighbourhood. Many public and private institutions, including Westside Montessori School, Cadence Dance Academy, and edCetra Training Inc., are conveniently located nearby.

Westside Montessori School

Outdoor

 For families that like outdoor activities, the town has a plethora of attractive parks and leisure facilities nearby, including Moss Park, St. James Park, and Berczy Park. Other outdoor entertainment choices include Market Square's Imagine Cinemas, the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, and the Historic Distillery District.

Berczy Park

Amenities

East 55 Condos is a newly completed condominium complex by Hyde Park Homes & Lamb Development Corp situated at 53 Ontario Street, Toronto in the Moss Park neighbourhood with a 94/100 walk score and a 99/100 transit score. architectsAlliance created East 55 Condos. The 25-story building houses 274 apartments ranging in size from 452 to 2243 square feet.

East 55 condo residents may enjoy premium facilities such as an entryway and lobby that make a magnificent architectural statement. Beautiful corridors and elevator cabs, just outstanding floorplans, incredible facilities and amenity areas, including a private club room with adjacent skyline terrace and plunge pool. Living in East Fifty Five means appreciating the best of what Toronto has to offer: an exciting new world city surrounded by dozens of beautiful new neighbourhoods.

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.

Hyde Park Homes has been involved in real estate investment, development and construction for over 50 years. They have successfully completed all types of commercial and residential developments in the greater Toronto area including retail convenience, mixed residential-retail, single family, townhouse, stacked townhouse, mid-rise and hi-rise condo projects.


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  • Size Range: 719 - 2373 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 23
  • Units: 129

Lamb Development Corp.'s Wellington House Condos is a new high rise condo building situated at 422 Wellington Street West in Toronto. Wellington House Condos combining a 100-year-old Victorian home with a new outstanding contemporary building. This will be a one-of-a-kind development. It is ideally positioned on Wellington Street only steps from bustling King Street West neighbourhood. Wellington House will be a breathtaking combination of cool, modern design and historic, turn-of-the-century splendor. It's a location you'll want to call home.

Highlights

  • Located in the King West neighbourhood
  • Has a walkscore of 95/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
  • Located in Toronto’s Entertainment District
  • Has a transit score of 100/100: world class public transportation
  • 5 - minute walk to the King St West at Brant St. Side Stop
  • Steps from The Skydome, The Royal Alexander Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario and The Bell Lightbox
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Toronto Music Garden, Victoria Square Park and Clarence Square

Neighborhood

Wellington House Condos is a new condominium building by Lamb Development Corp situated at 422 Wellington Street West, Toronto in the King West neighborhood, with a walk score of 95 and a transit score of 100. Easily one of Toronto's most lively neighborhoods, it has grown dramatically in both density and style over the last several decades. As smart Torontonians grew to crave this neighbourhood more and more, creative homes and fashionable companies came to their aid.

King West neighborhood

Transportation

Traveling throughout the city is never a hassle for homeowners. Those without vehicles can catch the King Street streetcar at Strachan Avenue, which will take them to the University-Spadina line's St. Andrew Station. Union Station is only one stop away, where visitors departing the city may take VIA Rail trains, GO buses or trains, or the UP service to Pearson International Airport.

Residents with access to their own vehicles can continue to utilize King Street to drive east or west, but they should use the Gardiner Expressway when traveling outside the surrounding neighbourhood. This roadway is accessible through Jameson Avenue and connects cars to both the Don Valley Parkway and the 427.

Union Station

Shopping and Dining

This neighborhood will rapidly become a favorite hangout for new residents of Wellington House condos, whether for leisurely Sunday brunches or grocery shopping at the 24-hour Metro on Lynn Williams Street.

Other grocery stores nearby include FresCo on Queen West and Kitchen Table on King and Bathurst. Specialty stores in the region are also useful – Sanko is a fantastic location for all things Japanese, and the neighborhood is also densely packed with Portuguese bakeries and markets.

FresCo

Education

Another reason this region is so popular, primarily to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. Many public and private schools, including Ogden Junior School, Heydon Park Secondary School, and the University of Toronto, are close.

Ogden Junior School

Outdoor

For families who enjoy outdoor activities, the area is close to a number of magnificent parks and leisure facilities, including the Toronto Music Garden, Victoria Square Park, and Clarence Square which has playgrounds for families to enjoy.

Resident may also visit The Skydome, The Royal Alexander Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, The Art Gallery of Ontario, and The Bell Lightbox for more outdoor attractions.

Bell Lightbox

Amenities

Lamb Development Corp. plans to finish the Wellington House condominiums in 2020. Wellington House is located in Downtown's King West neighborhood, and the nearest major junction is King St West & Portland St. This Toronto condo, located at 422 Wellington Street West, features units ranging in size from 719 to 2373 square feet. Wellington House has 129 units with a range of exposures and layouts spread across 23 stories. 

The building amenities include exotic prefinished hardwood floors, high-design halls, elevator lobbies, and entry lobby, gas barbecue nozzles on all balconies, spa-quality bathroom finishes, natural gas cooktop, built-in-oven, double thick stone kitchen and vanity countertops, and exotic prefinished hardwood flooring. 

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.


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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 10
  • Units: 128

Roncesvalles neighbourhood, Toronto’s most culturally-rich community. 2 Howard Park Avenue Condos brings you inspired design, spacious suites, remarkable city views, and beautifully refined finishes – perfectly assembled for contemporary living. Along Bloor Street West. there has more than 400 shops and restaurants. Also, UP Express Station, Go Station and Subway Stations are just within 12-minute walk from the condo. In addition, just short commute to High Park and Lake Ontario for resident to enjoy recreation activities.

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Located in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood in Toronto

11-minute walk to Union-Pearson Express station

12-minute walk from Museum of Contemporary Art

12-minute walk from Dundas West Subway Station

14-minute walk from Bloor GO Station

3-minute drive to High Park

6-minute drive to the Dufferin Mall

7-minute drive to Lake Ontario

Many retails along Bloor Street

2 Howard Park Avenue Condos is located at 2 Howard Park Avenue in Toronto. The major intersection is Dundas Street West and Howard Park Avenue. Along Bloor Street West and the area between South Kingsway and Ellis Park Road is a very trendy and popular area of the city. There has more than 400 shops and restaurants, mostly consisting of local or independent businesses for dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Transportation

The development has an excellent transportation network. Residents are easily access bus routes just few steps away. Within about 14-minute walk from Bloor GO Station and Dundas West Subway Station, allowing riders to arrive downtown Toronto in about 30-mintue. Furthermore, the location is connecting to Gardiner Expressway, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in just 20-minute drive.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The building is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School and Westminster Classical Christian Academy are just easily accessible.

Outdoor

In addition, for residents who love outdoor activities, the condo is located at just short drive from High Park. A 161-hectare municipal park that features a zoo, a restaurant, an off-leash dog park, playgrounds, a large pond recreational spaces, and plenty of natural, undisturbed green space for residents to enjoy.

2 Howard Park Avenue Condos will be 10 storey tower with 128 mixed condo units. We are expecting units will be a mix of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout. The condos is proposed for retail spaces at ground level. In addition, the developer has proposed an underground parking with vehicle spaces and bicycle spaces.

Residents will also have access to high-end amenities that mirror the building's sophisticated furnishings. A stylish and friendly lobby is the perfect place to welcome guests and friends. Executive 24 -hour concierge service will be provided. Other than that a fully-equipped fitness centre with an indoor Yoga Studio and Outdoor Fitness Deck, private dining space, a theatre, a Billiards Room, Guests Suites, a Business Centre and a Pet Spa are planned.

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.

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 10
  • Units: 128

Roncesvalles neighbourhood, Toronto’s most culturally-rich community. 6 Howard Park Condos brings you inspired design, spacious suites, remarkable city views, and beautifully refined finishes – perfectly assembled for contemporary living. Along Bloor Street West. there has more than 400 shops and restaurants. Also, UP Express Station, Go Station and Subway Stations are just within 12-minute walk from the condo. In addition, just short commute to High Park and Lake Ontario for resident to enjoy recreation activities.

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Located in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood in Toronto

11-minute walk to Union-Pearson Express station

12-minute walk from Museum of Contemporary Art

12-minute walk from Dundas West Subway Station

14-minute walk from Bloor GO Station

3-minute drive to High Park

6-minute drive to the Dufferin Mall

7-minute drive to Lake Ontario

Many retails along Bloor Street

6 Howard Park Condos is located at 6 Howard Park Avenue in Toronto. The major intersection is Dundas Street West and Howard Park Avenue. Along Bloor Street West and the area between South Kingsway and Ellis Park Road is a very trendy and popular area of the city. There has more than 400 shops and restaurants, mostly consisting of local or independent businesses for dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Transportation

The development has an excellent transportation network. Residents are easily access bus routes just few steps away. Within about 14-minute walk from Bloor GO Station and Dundas West Subway Station, allowing riders to arrive downtown Toronto in about 30-mintue. Furthermore, the location is connecting to Gardiner Expressway, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in just 20-minute drive.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The building is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School and Westminster Classical Christian Academy are just easily accessible.

Outdoor

In addition, for residents who love outdoor activities, the condo is located at just short drive from High Park. A 161-hectare municipal park that features a zoo, a restaurant, an off-leash dog park, playgrounds, a large pond recreational spaces, and plenty of natural, undisturbed green space for residents to enjoy.

6 Howard Park Condos will be 10 storey tower with 128 mixed condo units. We are expecting units will be a mix of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout. The condos is proposed for  over 3,000 square feet retail spaces at ground level. In addition, the developer has proposed a three-level underground parking with 40 vehicle spaces and 130 bicycle spaces.

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. 

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 38
  • Units: 354

75 Ontario Street Condos is proposed as a 38-storey residential condominium. With numerous residential and office developments already underway in the area, this project will be in the centre of activity in this dynamic neighbourhood. The development has a perfect walk score 92/100 and transit score of 98/100, takes only less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit. Also, just 6-minute walk from George Brown College. Also, St. Lawrence Market, The Distillery District, CF Toronto Eaton Centre and Ryerson University are within walking distance.

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  • Amenities
  • Developers

Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto

6-minute walk to George Brown College

12-minute walk to the St. Lawrence Market

13-minute walk to The Distillery District

16-minute walk to CF Toronto Eaton Centre

22-minute walk to Ryerson University

Close access to the Gardiner Expy

Surround by shops, restaurants and schools

Nearby parks include Sculpture Gardens, Moss Park and St. James Park

75 Ontario Street Condos is located 75 Ontario Street in the Financial District and the historic St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. The major intersection is Richmond Street East and Parliament Street in Toronto. The condo is located at the Fashion District and the Entertainment District with best lounges and clubs in the city where residents can find best dining, shopping and entertainment option in town just within walking distance.

For professional, the condo is close to the financial hub in the city with plenty of employment opportunities. In addition, some of Toronto’s amazing attractions are within walkable distance from the condos. The attractions include St. Lawrences Market, the Distillery Historic District and Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Transportation

The development has a perfect walk score 93/100 and transit score of 98/100. Residents can access 24-hour streetcar stop is just next to the front door of the condo. Queen Subway Station and Union Station are all along the district’s eastern borders and within walking distance from the condos. For drivers, the condo has easy access to Gardiner Expressway highway to stay connect with other cities in Ontario - Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough and the norther GTA.

Education & Outdoor

The building is nearby University of Toronto St George Campus, Ryerson University and George Brown College. The condos is located at nearby many beautiful parks such as Sculpture Gardens, Moss Park and St. James Park.

75 Ontario Street Condos will be 38-storey tower with 354 mixed units. Units will be studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout for selection. Unit size is range from 443 to 1,579 square feet. The condo will feature about 4,000 square feet retail space on the ground level and parking area with 76 vehicle spaces and 357 bicycle spaces.  

The condo will feature 7,000 square feet indoor amenity space and 5,000 square feet outdoor amenity space. Plenty of amenities are provided such as party room and fully equipped fitness Centre.

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.

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 16
  • Units: 326

Sterling Junction, Toronto’s most culturally-rich community. The Sterling Automotive Condos brings you inspired design, spacious suites, remarkable city views, and beautifully refined finishes – perfectly assembled for contemporary living. Along Bloor Street West. there has more than 400 shops and restaurants. Also, UP Express Station, Go Station and Subway Stations are just within 7-minute walk from the condo. In addition, just short commute to High Park and Lake Ontario for resident to enjoy recreation activities.

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  • Developers

Located in the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood in Toronto

3-minute walk to UP Express Station

5-minute walk from Bloor GO Station

6-minute walk from Lansdowne Subway Station

6-minute walk from Museum of Contemporary Art

7-minute walk from Dundas West Subway Station

14-minute walk to the Dufferin Mall

5-minute drive to High Park

7-minute drive to Lake Ontario

Many retails along Bloor Street

The Sterling Automotive Condos is located at 1405 Bloor Street West in Toronto. The major intersection is Bloor Street West and Lansdowne Avenue. Along Bloor Street West and the area between South Kingsway and Ellis Park Road is a very trendy and popular area of the city. There has more than 400 shops and restaurants, mostly consisting of local or independent businesses for dining, shopping and entertainment options.

Transportation

The development has an excellent transportation network. Residents are easily access bus routes just few steps away. Within about 7-minute walk from Bloor GO Station, Dundas West Subway Station and Lansdowne Subway Station, allowing riders to arrive downtown Toronto in about 30-mintue. Furthermore, the location is connecting to Gardiner Expressway, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in just 20-minute drive.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The building is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School and Westminster Classical Christian Academy are just easily accessible.

Outdoor

In addition, for residents who love outdoor activities, the condo is located at just short drive from High Park. A 161-hectare municipal park that features a zoo, a restaurant, an off-leash dog park, playgrounds, a large pond recreational spaces, and plenty of natural, undisturbed green space for residents to enjoy.

The Sterling Automotive Condos will be 18 storey tower with 326 mixed condo units. We are expecting units will be a mix of one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout. The condos is proposed for retail spaces at ground level.

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.

1405 Bloor Street West

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  • Size Range: 443 - 1579 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 32
  • Units: 218

Bauhaus Condos is synonymous with bold, rational, and functional structures in art, architecture, and design. The Condos is proposed as a 32-storey residential condominium. With numerous residential and office developments already underway in the area, this project will be in the centre of activity in this dynamic neighbourhood. The development has a perfect walk score 92/100 and transit score of 98/100, takes only less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit. Also, just across the street from George Brown College.

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Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto

Across the street from George Brown College

Walking distance to St Lawrence’s Market and The Distillery District

Less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit

Surround by shops, restaurants and schools

Close access to the DVP

Nearby parks include Moss Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens

Bauhaus Condos is located 284 King Street East in the Financial District and the historic St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. The major intersection is King Street East and Sherbourne Street in Toronto. The condo is located at the Fashion District and the Entertainment District with best lounges and clubs in the city where residents can find best dining, shopping and entertainment option in town just within walking distance.

For professional, the condo is close to the financial hub in the city with plenty of employment opportunities. In addition, some of Toronto’s amazing attractions are within walkable distance from the condos. The attractions include St. Lawrences Market, the Distillery Historic District and Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Transportation

The development has a perfect walk score 92/100 and transit score of 98/100. Residents can access 24-hour streetcar stop is just next to the front door of the condo. King Subway Station and Union Station are all along the district’s eastern borders and within walking distance from the Bauhaus Condos. For drivers, the condo has easy access to Gardiner Expressway highway to stay connect with other cities in Ontario - Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough and the norther GTA.

Education & Outdoor

The building is nearby University of Toronto St George Campus, Ryerson University and George Brown College. The condos is located at nearby many beautiful parks such as Berczy Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens.

Bauhaus Condos will be 32-storey tower with 218 mixed units. Units will be one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout for selection. Unit size is range from 443 to 1,579 square feet. The condo will feature retail space on the ground level. Plenty of amenities are provided such as party room and fully equipped fitness Centre.

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.

284 King Street East

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 15
  • Units: 143

471 Queen Street East Condos is proposed as a 15-storey residential condominium. With numerous residential and office developments already underway in the area, this project will be in the centre of activity in this dynamic neighbourhood. The development has a perfect walk score 83/100 and transit score of 93/100, just steps from streetcar stops and takes only less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit. Also, walking distance from Ryerson University, St Lawrence’s Market and Eaton Centre.

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Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood

Close to the 18 ace urban park

1-minute walk from the 304 King, the 503 Kingston Road and the 504 King at the King Street East at Sumach Street stop

Short Distance to Ryerson University, UofT, and George Brown College (St. James Campus)

Close to Eaton Centre

5 minutes from Gardiner Expressway/DVP/QEW

Walking distance to almost everything (Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Subway, Wendys, major banks, Shoppers Drug Mart and more)

Close to Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Air Canada Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thompson Hall, AGO, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and more

471 Queen Street East Condos is located 471 Queen Street East in the Moss Park neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. The condo is located at the Fashion District and the Entertainment District with best lounges and clubs in the city where residents can find best dining, shopping and entertainment option in town just within walking distance.

For professional, the condo is close to the financial hub in the city with plenty of employment opportunities. In addition, some of Toronto’s amazing attractions are within walkable distance from the condos. The attractions include St. Lawrences Market, the Distillery Historic District and Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Transportation

The development has a perfect walk score 83/100 and transit score of 93/100. Residents can access 24-hour streetcar stop is just next to the front door of the condo. King Subway Station and Queen Station are all along the district’s eastern borders and within walking distance from the condos. For drivers, the condo has easy access to Gardiner Expressway highway to stay connect with other cities in Ontario - Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough and the norther GTA.

Education & Outdoor

The development is nearby University of Toronto St George Campus, Ryerson University and George Brown College. The development is located at nearby many beautiful parks such as Moss Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens.

471 Queen Street East Condos will be 15-storey tower with 143 mixed units. We are expecting units will be studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layout for selection. The condo will feature retail space on the ground level and a proposed underground parking with 33 vehicle spaces and 176 bicycle spaces.

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. 

471 Queen Street East

Very Walkable

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 34
  • Units: 251

429 Richmond Street East Condos is proposed as a 34-storey residential condominium. With numerous residential and office developments already underway in the area, this project will be in the centre of activity in this dynamic neighbourhood. The development has a perfect walk score 96/100 and transit score of 100/100, just steps from streetcar stops and takes only less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit. Also, walking distance from Ryerson University and St Lawrence’s Market.

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  • Neighborhood
  • Amenities
  • Developers

Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in downtown Toronto

Walking distance to St Lawrence’s Market and The Distillery District

2-minute walk from the 301 Queen and the 501 Queen at the Queen St East at Ontario St stop

15-minute walk to King Subway Station

Less than 20-minute commute to Union Station by public transit

Close access to the Gardiner Expy

Surround by shops, restaurants and schools

Nearby parks include Berczy Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens

429 Richmond Street East Condos is located 429 Richmond Street East in the Moss Park neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. The condo is located at the Fashion District and the Entertainment District with best lounges and clubs in the city where residents can find best dining, shopping and entertainment option in town just within walking distance.

For professional, the condo is close to the financial hub in the city with plenty of employment opportunities. In addition, some of Toronto’s amazing attractions are within walkable distance from the condos. The attractions include St. Lawrences Market, the Distillery Historic District and Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Transportation

The development has a perfect walk score 93/100 and transit score of 98/100. Residents can access 24-hour streetcar stop is just next to the front door of the condo. King Subway Station and Union Station are all along the district’s eastern borders and within walking distance from the 187 King Street East Condos. For drivers, the condo has easy access to Gardiner Expressway highway to stay connect with other cities in Ontario - Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough and the norther GTA.

Education & Outdoor

The development is nearby University of Toronto St George Campus, Ryerson University and George Brown College. The development is located at nearby many beautiful parks such as Moss Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens.

429 Richmond Street East Condos will be 34-storey tower with 251 mixed units. We are expecting units will be studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout for selection. The condo will feature retail space on the ground level and a propsed underground parking with vehicle spaces and bicycle spaces.

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.

429 Richmond Street East

Walker’s Paradise

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