High-rise condo in Toronto
This upcoming skyscraper in Church and Wellesley Village will combine historic allure with a luxurious residential lifestyle.
Aspen Ridge Homes‘ newest condominium property in Toronto, The Charles at Church Condos, is now accepting new residents.
This project is located at the northwest corner of Church Street and Charles Street East, just south of Bloor, on great real estate. Their concept is for a modern, 47-story structure with 408 residential flats and retail space on the main floor.
This condominium complex is an investment in one of the most exciting and varied neighborhoods in Toronto. Every corner is surrounded by pubs and cafés, as well as street vendors selling fresh cuisine and independent shops.
A perfect score of 100 indicates that this site is extremely accessible by public transportation. Public transportation is available everywhere, ensuring a pleasant and easy travel experience. A 24-hour streetcar stop is located just in front of the condominium’s entrance. The distance between the Dundas Station, Queen, and King Metro stations by vehicle is less than eight minutes.
The University of Toronto, Ryerson University, a subway line, and the 24-hour College streetcar are all within walking distance. Financial District and Bay Street Corridor are two high-density employment areas that may be reached within a few minutes.
This area boasts some of the highest condo sales prices, real estate appreciation, and rental rates in the city. This development will be a spectacular addition to the Church/Wellesley Village neighborhood, which is a prime investment site. This vibrant and dynamic area is known for its numerous residential constructions; thus, commercial centers are in high demand to meet the population’s needs. The roughly 11-minute journey to Gerrard Square is simple and entertaining for both residents and visitors. It is a local shopping center containing department shops, clothes retailers, and fast food restaurants.
The tower has 320 one-bedroom flats, 88 two-bedroom units, and 31 two-bedroom-plus den units with a variety of layouts and floorplans to cater to the diverse population of Torontonians that reside in this colorful neighborhood. This structure was designed by Quadrangle Architects, whose extensive portfolio of modern projects includes residential towers, cultural icons, and premium retail and institutional buildings.
Their designs for this condominium at Church and Wellesley depict a slim glass structure with balconies that are both discreet and artistic. The tower is shielded from the street by a series of renovated historic buildings that will be utilized for retail and commercial uses.