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High-rise condo in Toronto

Market Wharf by Context at the market street, Toronto is your place to call home if you are someone who likes to be equally connected to the natural and the material world. You are close to downtown as well as the waterfront and every day have the option to choose your way.

The Market Wharf condos building, exceptionally designed by architectsAlliance, is 34 storeys tall with 425 units. The interior by Tact Design carefully puts together all the elements to create a sight of grace and elegance. The location enables you to run errands and have a fun holiday equally easily. Be it moving around and sitting at your home overviewing the city, Market Wharf is just the perfect place for all.

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The Market Wharf is located in the waterfront communities east in Toronto which was originally an industrial area but the perks associated with the location have led to a condo proliferation resulting in its gradual but subtle transformation into a residential area. Its closeness to St. Lawrence Market, Fashion District, tourist attractions like CN Tower and Toronto Film Festival, and sports centres like Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre certainly add to the appeal of the neighbourhood.

King Subway Station


Living at Market Wharf comes with a lot of advantages and a good transportation system is one of them. Apart from the well-maintained network of roads for the vehicle owners, different modes of public transport are also readily available for people who do not own a vehicle. The Esplanade Market Street and Lower Jarvis St at The Esplanade bus stop are just a short walk away. It will take you 4 minutes ride to reach the King Subway Station.


The location is ideal for students because it is not only close to some of the country’s best universities, but it is also in a peaceful neighbourhood near the Lake Ontario shoreline, which is a wonderful spot to unwind.

The University of Toronto – St. George Campus is about a 13-minute drive away. It takes only a few minutes to walk to the Queens University of Toronto campus.

Other well-known universities in the area include Ryerson University, Northeastern University – Toronto, and Lakehead University Toronto Office.

University of Toronto - St. George Campus
sugar beach


Given the distance from the waterfront communities, Market Wharf is one of the best places for people who love to be outside and enjoy the gifts of nature. The sugar beach is just a 5-minutes drive away from home. 

Other visit-worthy places for an outing are David Crombie Park, Berczy Park, St. James Park, Fred Victor Community Tennis Court, and Moss Park.

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Market Wharf by completed by Context is an all-in-one condo in Toronto in the sense that it gives you the best of location, suites, and amenities. Yes! You get access to a lot of exciting amenities provided by the developers to its residents.

Market Wharf Rendering 5
Market Wharf Rendering 10

Take a relaxing sun-bath on the sun deck or stroll in the garden area. Organize your party in the party room or enjoy with your friends to BBQ. There is an exercise room and Yoga and Pilates Studio for your fitness hours. You also get facilities like Sauna, Theatre Room, and Guest Suites.



Context is a Toronto-based real estate developer, founded by President Howard Cohen. Since the 1970s, buyers have been moving further out of the downtown core of Toronto into the suburbs, but Howard Cohen was looking to buck that trend, and focus on building up, rather than out.

Originally founded by Howard and Steven Gross in 1997, Context has been focusing on providing mixed-use, affordable housing in the downtown core of Toronto, and as a result, has been in large part responsible for the iconic skyline of the city we see today.