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X The Condominium

A high-rise condo at Toronto

Anyone who has passed by 110 Charles Street East may have noticed the bright red sculpture of horizontal poles. While this work of art is definitely eye-catching for all Torontonians, it is also a useful tool for people to use when giving directions or identifying where they live.

Another striking feature of the X Condos, built by Great Gulf in Toronto, is their resemblance to the TD Centre. Both structures have a dark — nearly black — appearance, with glass covering the bulk of their façades. As a result, X The Condominium feature an enigmatic style that is almost as enigmatic as the moniker.



Residents of the X The Condominium enjoy a plethora of fascinating locations to explore in their spare time due to its position in downtown Toronto so near to Bloor and Church Street. In addition, this central and densely populated neighborhood has a lot to offer in terms of errands and entertainment.


Residents may choose between Bloor-Yonge and Sherbourne Stations, which are about equidistant from the X Condos. Those commuting north and south on the Yonge-University-Spadina line should take the former, while those traveling east and west on the Bloor-Danforth line should take the latter.

With the subway so close, Union Station is just about 15 minutes away, from where visitors may take GO trains, buses, or VIA Rail trains out of the city. International passengers, on the other hand, may take the Bloor line west for roughly 15 minutes to reach the UP station, making the trip to the airport only 45 minutes long without a car.


A variety of stores provide groceries, including the Market by Longos at the Hudson’s Bay Centre on Bloor. Those searching for hard-to-find items can go to the enormous Loblaws in the former Maple Leaf Gardens, while those looking for organic goods should go to Whole Foods, which is located on Avenue Road just north of Bloor. And now for the fun stuff: those seeking to be amused may choose from the Cineplex Cinemas on Bloor, the Pheonix Concert Theatre on Jarvis, the ROM and Gardiner Museums on Bloor and Avenue Road, or window shopping along Yorkville’s beautiful streets.

Because to the building’s closeness to the Rosedale Ravine Lands and Riverdale Park, green areas are also easily accessible. Residents who are feeling brave may even walk or cycle down the Don Valley Trails, which run all the way down to the river’s mouth.


Both structures have a dark — nearly black — appearance, with glass covering the bulk of their façades. As a result, X The Condominium feature an enigmatic style that is almost as enigmatic as the moniker. X The Condominium are located in Yorkville and the major junction of Yonge and Church, with 415 units occupying the 44-story, retro-international design tower. The condominiums is located at the heart of the downtown Toronto. The structure has a magnificent front doorway made of glass and steel. The monochromatic theme extends throughout the lobby, which is furnished in grey and silver.

Each house has one to three bedrooms and ceiling heights of up to nine feet. Warm sunlight streams in through the floor-to-ceiling windows, brightening each of the condominiums. The apartments are as contemporary as the building itself, with the elegant kitchen cabinets designed especially for the buildings. Depending on the apartment, countertops are constructed of granite, corian, or laminate, and sliding doors lead to and from the bedrooms.


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Great Gulf, one of North America’s largest development organizations. They have over 40 years of experience in designing, building, and managing high-end buildings. They have projects all over the Canada, ranging from residential homes to commercial spaces to luxurious resort destinations. continue They prove that great leadership can create perfection with more than 50,000 residential portfolios alone.

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