170 Fort York Blvd - Unit 2401
- 1 Bed + Den
- 1 Bath
- 0 Park
- 8 Days
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LIBRARY DISTRICT Condos
Date Registered (2005-07-27)
Hello glitz, hello glamour, hello Library District.
Welcome to your new condo at the Library District condos, located at 170 Fort York Blvd. These condos were built as part of the up and coming land development along the Lakeshore Blvd and waterfront promenade. Not only do they optimally feature the sophistication and class of this area, but they also provide residents with a touch of classical architecture and nostalgia.
Completed in 2014 by Context Developments, this 29-storey high-rise is among some of the most sought-after condo units in the Toronto condo scene. This building consists of 364 units, top-notch amenities, and plenty of natural lighting. Additionally, residents of the Library District can view the CN tower from their home and then head down to Toronto’s 100th Library right on their doorstep.
On the outside, the Library District condos showcase floor-to-ceiling windows and glass ensconced balconies supported by silvery steel. At the top and behind the glass on the bottom level is a mid-century modern paint aesthetic, which features large panes of colour blocking in shades of green.
Inside the 364 units, residents of the Library District condos can expect an overall smaller layout size. While the units still feature open concepts, they are best suited for young professionals.
Combine all the amazing interior finishes, amenities, and architectural features with the walkability and vibe of the Fort York, Downtown, CityPlace area, and you have yourself a highly coveted building.
The condos at 170 Fort York Blvd were built with fun and convenience in mind. The Library District condos amenities were cleverly dubbed “The Author’s Club”, and span over 3-storeys of exciting social spaces. The amenities here have just about everything you could ask for when it comes to perks in Toronto’s urban condo scene. Enjoy a movie with friends in the media room, or hang out all night in the party room.
Your friends will love the game room to keep nights eventful, or they can hang out in the recreation room. Don’t be afraid to invite your friends over for a dip in the indoor pool. There is convenient visitor parking so it is not a hassle for friends to visit you at your home.
Other perks include a gym and exercise room so that you can exercise all year round. There’s also a sauna for keeping your joints nimble.
For convenience in your day-to-day, the Library District condos have a secure underground parking garage. That way, you know that your vehicle is safe and secure. There’s also a concierge to assist you as well as a 24/7 security system. There are also rentable guest suites so when you bring guests over, they can stay in a guest suite with their own space.
The Library District is located just steps away from the Fort York National Historic Site in the Fort York area. With a walk score of 94 and a transit score of 100, you will love the accessibility that a home at the Library District offers.
If you are an active person, then you will love what the homes at 170 Fort York Blvd have to offer. These condos are super close to the waterfront promenade, so take your bike out and explore the beautiful waterfront and green spaces that speckle the shoreline. From Canoe Landing Park, which is right around the corner, to Coronation Park and Little Norway Park, there are plenty of places for you to enjoy.
In addition to all these perks, there are a number of conveniences right outside your doorstep. Of course, your home here is right next to the Toronto Public Library, Fort York Branch, as well as a streetcar stop at Fort York Blvd at Dan Leckie Way West Side and Bathurst Street. Spokehaüs is across the street for a fun and exercise spin session.
Just south over on Lake Shore Blvd is Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, if you are looking to relax. There is also the Cosmopolitan for pet grooming.
For eats, you’ve got the Hunters Landing with beer and grub, or Persian fusion kebabs, burgers and wings at Roses New York downtown. Tims and Starbucks are nearby as well as the Fox and Fiddle CityPlace and Music Garden Cafe.
For other conveniences, know that a local Sobeys Urban Fresh Spadina will keep your kitchen stocked, and there is also a rentable Zipcar location if you need to take a vehicle out of town. These homes are also close to the Gardiner, so if you have a vehicle and want to get out of town, it won’t take long at all.
Context Developments is a leader in developing long-lasting and beautiful condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area. While they specialize in downtown Toronto, Context Development has developments in High Park North/the Bloor West Village, Bloor Street West, and in Markham. Formed in 1997 by Stephen Gross and Howard Cohen, Context Developments are prominent in the Toronto development scene, providing affordable rental housing and mixed-use projects.