Harris Square Condos

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High-Rise condos in Toronto

Lower River Street, Toronto, ON

Introducing Harris Square Condos—the final phase of River City!

Launched in 2009, the award-winning River City Community has set a new standard for condominium design in the city. Harris Square Condos is a condominium development on Lower River Street in Toronto, ON, by renowned developer Urban Capital. The major intersections are Lower River Street and Adelaide Street East. The development was completed in 2021.

The project is 13 stories tall and has a total of 154 suites, ranging in size from 1,506 square feet to 1,554 square feet. Saucier + Perrotte Architects and ZAS Architects have brought architectural masterpieces and interior design to the project.


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Harris Square Condos by Urban Capital is a completed condominium development on Lower River Street in Toronto’s Moss Park neighbourhood, with a 90/100 walk score and a 92/100 transit score.

This Toronto condo brings you to other exciting neighbourhoods such as the Distillery District and the Studio District. Those who enjoy visiting art galleries and the Opera House will enjoy this location. Whether you’re looking to play, exercise or gather with friends, nearby parks like Percy Park, Underpass Park, and Lawren Harris Square are the perfect spots for all kinds of activities.

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The River City Community has access to world-class public transportation. Public transit users can access multiple streetcar and bus routes to travel to various TTC subway stations.

With the DVP and the Gardiner Expressway nearby, getting in, out, and out of the city is simple. For frequent travellers, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is only 13 minutes away by car.


Nelson Mandela Park Public School, Inglenook Community School, Queen Alexandra Middle School, and Eastdale Collegiate Institute School are all within a short drive of Harris Square Condos, giving you plenty of options for your child’s education.

The project is a great off-campus living alternative. Students attending postsecondary institutions will like the condo’s proximity to numerous prestigious nearby universities. Within a short drive away are Ryerson University, the University of Toronto, Yorkville University, and more educational institutions.

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Since 1996, when Urban Capital started constructing the 48-unit Camden Lofts, these have been the company’s guiding principles. This proposal, situated on dusty Camden Street in the then-depleted Fashion District west of downtown Toronto, broke the city’s development standards. Camden’s urban living necessitates a measure of volume rather than an area measure. The development was based on the idea that deindustrialized urban areas could be revitalized as viable metropolitan hubs. It is possible for urban condominiums with a focus on design to compete with suburban homes, and there are some who want more.
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