No.31 Condos Summary
Experience the best of the city at this modern luxury residence located within a historical Toronto neighbourhood, all moments away from the downtown core.
No. 31 Condos is a new mixed-use residential and retail development by Lanterra Developments in Toronto. This new project is located at 31 Parliament Street south of Front Street in the Distillery District neighbourhood.
Bold in presentation yet modest as a statement, this development is specifically made for people looking to enjoy a premium urban lifestyle as experienced through old-world charm. Evocative and spellbinding, this development maintains the fine line between upholding past traditions and following contemporary trends.
The eye-catching architectural design of this 39-storey dynamic brick high-rise building features a rising set of stacked enclosures that reduce in mass as they escalate skywards. Imbued with a brick lattice that stretches away from its narrowest wall, the traditional facade of this trapezoid-shaped building help it blend in with the Victorian-era styled buildings of the historic Distillery District.
The most recent plans for this palatial development describe it as having 294 living units that will range from 351 sq.ft to 1,000 sq.ft, 25 percent or more of which will be dedicated to two-bedroom units or larger. No. 31 Condominiums will offer luxurious studios, one, two and three bedrooms suites most with airy expansive balconies and stunning views.
Anchored by 319 square metres of ground-level retail space fronting along Parliament Street to the west, the development will be serviced by an access driveway to the north that will provide access to the high-ceilinged, ground-floor lobby and underground garage. The ground floor contains amenities such as a concierge service, an adjoining mail room, and storage for strollers and shopping carts, while the three-level underground will contain parking space for as many as 153 vehicles.
The tower will feature setbacks at floors 5, 12, and 25 that will make room for residential terraces as well as condo amenity space. Floor 5 will be equipped with indoor shuffleboard lands and a residential lounge and party room that opens out to a terrace that features an outdoor swimming pool. Similarly, floor 25 will also feature a combination of indoor/outdoor amenity space while providing amazing views of the city below..
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Location & Neighborhood
As one of downtown Toronto’s most successful and unique revitalizations, the Distillery District has become a desirable urban community located on the edge of the city’s waterfront.
Close to nearby trendy restaurants, art galleries and boutiques, this well-established master-planned community is full of nearby local amenities. With a superb Walk Score of 92, this immensely walkable neighbourhood is close to Distillery District specialty stores, cafes, and restaurants as well important Toronto destinations such as St. Lawrence Market, George Brown College, Queen’s Quay, and Harbourfront.
No. 13 Condos is also just down the street from Parliament Square Park, an open greenspace which connects to a linear park extending to the St Lawrence Market. The park features walkways, seating areas and playground spaces. It’s a short walk to the Martin Goodman Trail, a popular walking and cycling trail that stretches across the city’s entire waterfront.
As walkable as this neighbourhood is, the Distillery District is simply sublime when it comes to public transportation. Score a near-perfect Transit Score of 99, this neighbourhood is serviced by great transit that can bring commuters to Union Station in just 8 minutes.
If you like the idea of investing in a neighbourhood on the verge of some of the city’s most exciting urban transformations, No. 31 Condos is a fantastic option.
No.31 Condos Highlights:
- Walkscore of 92/100
- World-class public transportation
- Surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment
- Close to schools
- Nearby parks include Sumach-Shuter Parkette, St. James Park and Sculpture Garden