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While the area around the Harlowe Condos was once an industrial center, it has since become one of the city’s liveliest. Because there are so many options, the primary problem for residents of 608 Richmond West, which is located in the Fashion District and only seconds from Queen Street West, will be deciding what to do on any given day.
The work, like most of downtown Toronto, appears to go on indefinitely. Shopaholics will love the shops on Queen Street West, while foodies will love the scene on both Queen and King West. Loblaws has also constructed a massive high-end shop with subterranean parking.
Another reason this region is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. The condo is close to numerous public and private schools, including Niagara Street Junior Public School, Ryerson Community School, and Heydon Park Secondary School. St. Mary’s Catholic School, which is attached to St. Mary’s Church on Bathurst, is also nearby for elementary-aged students.
For individuals who like to spend their time outside, the Harlowe Condos are an excellent starting point for exploring Toronto‘s various green spaces. Trinity Bellwoods Park is approximately a 15-minute walk away, where you can play tennis, throw a Frisbee or a baseball, or let your dog run free in the dog bowl. This park also has a skating rink, a playground, a community center with an indoor pool, and a weekly farmer’s market in the summer.
Lake Ontario, on the other hand, is not far away. It takes around 20 minutes to walk to the sea, although a fast streetcar trip down Bathurst can also suffice. Those interested in exploring can go east or west along the car-free Martin Goodman Trail to numerous parks and beaches, as well as the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, the Harbourfront Centre, the Exhibition Place, and the Budweiser Stage (previously known as the Molson Amphitheatre).
All of the units at the Harlowe Condos are exquisite, even before homeowners move in and add their own unique touches, according to interior designs by Core Architects. Exposed brick, hardwood floors, exposed concrete, abundance of glass, large baths, and stainless steel appliances are among the features of these residences.
The apartments also have 9-foot ceilings, which make every unit seem expansive regardless of size. In terms of size, the condominiums at 608 Richmond Street West range from 875 to 1,248 square feet. Some Harlowe residences have individual balconies, and every outside space has a gas connection for a barbeque, which is unusual for downtown Toronto condominiums for sale.
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.
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