Preconstruction High-rise condo in Brampton Mississauga Road & Sandalwood Parkway...Read More
A high-rise condo at Toronto
Urban Capital prides itself on creating developments that engage the senses and elevate the urban experience by applying new technology, adding present day living elegance and delivering cutting edge layouts. Nicholas Residences embodies those values. The building is structurally strong and appealing to the eye because it’s made with the best and reliable materials. While the architectural structure is attractive to look at, it doesn’t stick out as if it’s out of place. It blends well with the Canadian Landscape.
Nicholas Residences has the unique trait of being an architecture design that fits perfectly well with its surroundings. It’s located in the part of town known for being a well-preserved and functioning neighbourhood. It’s also a relatively safe and secure place which makes it ideal for people who want to start or raise a family.
Nicholas Residence is located at 75 St Nicholas St in Toronto. It’s a stunning neighbourhood that has so much more to offer. It’s situated near many highly rated restaurants such as Coach House Restaurant, and SALVO. It’s also near many interesting shops worth exploring like the much visited CF Toronto Eaton Centre. Overall, it’s a safe, secure and well-maintained neighbourhood that’s ideal for those who want to start and raise a family.
The development has a fair transportation network. Residents are within a short walking distance to several bus stop stations and only a 4-minute drive from Museum subway station. Drivers will also note that the Gardiner Expressway is close by and will help guide them towards their desired destination.
Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is the many schools in the area. The condo is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Abelard School, Church Street Junior Public School, and Orde Street Junior Public School.
In addition, for families who love outdoor activities, the town is nearby an abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as Breadalbane Park, Norman Jewison Park, and Alexander Park. All of which have gorgeous green spaces and playgrounds for children and the young at heart.
Nicholas Residences will be 35-storeys tall with 224 mixed units. Units will be a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layout.
Residents will also have access to high-end amenities that mirror the building’s sophisticated furnishings. They will include a billiards room, an exercise room, a party room, a lounge, a fireplace and a bar.
Urban Capital started in 1996 and has come a long way since then. Since they started out with their 48-unit Camden Lofts development, they have delivered over 4,500 urban condominiums, with another 2,600 now under construction and several thousand in the pipeline, total over $3.7 billion in development. Today, they have expanded to Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Halifax. They are continuing with new markets, new architectural approaches, new interior features and layouts, and new environmental measures.