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One Cole, which won a Green Toronto Design Award in 2010, was the first construction by The Daniels Corporation in Regent Park’s rehabilitation initiative and is well worth seeing. One Cole, located on Cole Street immediately east of Dundas and Parliament in Regent Park, is made up of two contemporary, eco-friendly buildings, as well as a conjoining podium that houses three-bedroom town homes. The home has a total of 292 Toronto condos for sale and rent, ranging in size and design from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedrooms plus den.
The renowned Daniels Corporation led a group of high-profile partners, including the Royal Bank of Canada, Sobeys, and Tim Hortons, in the redevelopment of the Regent Park district, with a strong commitment to the neighbourhood and its people. This project began with the One Cole Condos, a socially and environmentally aware but aesthetically pleasing structure. This construction, which was completed in 2010, runs along 1-25 Cole Street.
The designers painstakingly designed the brick façade to surround the long, airy balconies of these richly textured, contemporary glass buildings in order to create a lively and fresh environment. Moreover, the construction at 1-25 Cole is strikingly modern: it received the 2010 Green Toronto Award and a LEED Gold Certification for its eco-friendly design. There are also heat-recovery vents and a stunning rooftop garden, both of which are rarely available in most Toronto condominiums for sale.
Because the One Cole Condos are located downtown, although on the eastern outskirts, their neighborhood is well served by public transportation. A streetcar runs down Dundas Street and stops just feet away from 1-25 Cole. The 504 Dundas streetcar carries commuters into the Downtown Core in roughly ten minutes.
Residents who drive will like the location as well. Drivers going north through the city to the 401 may quickly merge onto the Don Valley Parkway by following Dundas. However, if they are traveling west via the Core, the Gardiner Expressway is just as nearby, around Sherbourne Avenue.
Notably, the rehabilitation of Regent Park has been accelerated by the building of the Daniels Spectrum, which is located just down the street. The Daniels Spectrum, a cultural hub open to the public, is home to several fascinating cultural groups, including Artscape and the Centre for Social Innovation. It also houses the Show Love Café, displays many local artists in its corridors and galleries, and provides great arts and educational events.
Finally, Regent Park is located between two of Toronto’s most well-known neighborhoods. Cabbagetown, just north up Parliament Street, has an eclectic mix of stores and eateries, while Parliame Street, continuing south, has a more traditional feel.
One Cole Condominiums has 292 suits in total, with apartments ranging from one to two bedrooms, as well as those with a den. The apartments range in size from 450 to 1,300 square feet, and the developer’s objective of reviving the neighborhood means they are all big, modernly equipped living areas.
The kitchens in the suites are well equipped for even the most adventurous cook, with a full variety of stainless steel appliances. In addition, while counter space is substantial in all suites, the bigger floor plans have extensive kitchen islands.
Finally, because of the floor-to-ceiling windows, an abundance of light enters 1-25 Cole’s suites and flows freely owing to the open-concept floor plan.
The Daniels Corporation is an award-winning development firm who has been internationally recognized for their work in creating socially-conscious communities for over 35 years. Daniels has built more than 30,000 award-winning homes and apartments, master-planned mixed-use communities, and commercial and retail spaces.
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