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The Brant Park

A mid-rise condo at Toronto

The Brant Park Condos are a new development by Lamb Development Corp. and Fortress Real Developments located at 39 Brant St, Toronto, ON. This proposal includes a 10-story high-rise structure with 243 units. This property’s construction was finished in 2016.
The adventurous ArchitectsAlliance, on the other hand, drew inspiration for the bold Brant Park Condos from the 1960s, the art world’s heyday of High Modernism. In addition, II BY IV DESIGN is in charge of the interior design of the suites at the Brant Park in Toronto. Each unit has a unique set of amenities and finishes.
The Brant Park is an immediate classic, built as a condo for the first-time home buyer. The Brant Park rises tall at 39 Brant St, Toronto, on the junction of King Street West and Portland Street. 39 Brant St is accessible to a wide range of facilities and professional services, as well as Queen West and Adelaide Street West. The Brant Park is the epitome of success.



The Brant Park Condos are located at 39 Brant St in Toronto, ON. Brant Park has a near-perfect walk score of 98 and is accessible to a variety of necessities, professional services, and other amenities. 39 Brant’s immediate surroundings at Adelaide Street indicate a laid-back lifestyle: drinking coffee in quiet cafés, popping into local stores, and watching dogs play in St. Andrew’s park.

The building’s ordered simplicity adds a new bold style to the King Street West neighborhood, which is a diverse combination of old and modern, and its occupants don’t have to travel far to get all the excitement you could want.

King Street West neighborhood

Brant Park is located in a transit-friendly area with a perfect transit score of 100. Residents of 39 Brant St can easily move about the city even if they do not own a car. Two streetcars run close. The 504 runs east and west along King, stopping at Brant before connecting to the neighboring St. Andrew Station. The 510 Spadina is the second. Residents may board this streetcar just across the block at Richmond, where it goes north and south through the city.
Residents who drive are likewise ideally placed: after a two-minute drive along Spadina, they may find themselves at the Gardiner Expressway ramp. Motorists will also be able to reach Downtown Toronto in a short drive.

504 King Streetcar

Shopping and Dining

A block up Brant, Queen West’s varied array of businesses allows for a lavish day of shopping. Then, perhaps after changing into a new dress for the evening, residents can walk down the street and have a great meal at one of King Street’s numerous restaurants, followed by drinks at a fashionable bar, and possibly even some dancing at a nearby nightclub.

Also, an Independent City Market is just down the street at Peter for additional low-key nights in. Its variety and cheap pricing would please any palate. Additionally, for those looking for unique ingredients, the Healthy Butcher on Queen offers some of the greatest local and international items in the city.

Independent City Market


Another reason this region is desirable, especially to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighbourhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private institutions, including LaSalle College Toronto School of Design, Ogden Junior Public School, and Heydon Park Secondary School.

Heydon Park Secondary School.


Additionally, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of magnificent parks and leisure facilities, including Saint Andrew’s Playground and Victoria Memorial Park, both of which provide playgrounds for children.

Victoria Memorial Park


The Brant Park Condos are a beautiful property development located at 39 Brant St in Toronto. The location is home to a 243-unit low-rise building with ten floors. These suites include a wide range of floor designs ranging from one to three bedrooms. In addition, the sizes range from 404 to 1466 square feet. The architectsAlliance-designed Brant Park Condos will include interior design by II BY IV DESIGN.
Each Brant Park condo will have an outstanding array of amenities and finishes, as well as appealing interiors. Smooth 9-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors, a powder room, premium appliances, stone surface worktops, and other features will be included. Residents will also get a fantastic view from the balconies, which include a gas BBQ hookup.
Brant Park also provides fantastic amenities for people to unwind and enjoy. The building features a party room, a conference room, a security system, a heat pump system, a 24-hour concierge and security system, parking, and much more.


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Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Toronto’s top condominium broker Brad J. Lamb to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. At that time, with over 13 years of experience in consulting, marketing, and the selling of over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Mr. Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. Since then, he has done just that; completing 19 developments, approximately 3400 suites for over $1.3B. Currently, Lamb Development Corp has three projects under construction, almost 800 suites for a value of $360 Million. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 15 projects in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary & Edmonton with a value of $2.4 Billion.

Fortress Real Developments is a team that prides itself on their research abilities, which they use to determine current market trends, allowing them to find strategic property opportunities. They don’t believe in limiting the scope of the acquisitions and they have compiled an incredibly varied portfolio. To date they’ve built rental apartments, high-rise condos, hotels, office space, big-box retail stores and single-family homes. This totals 80 completed projects, 21 projects under construction and $6-billion in revenue.

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The Brant Park

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