39 Parliament St - Unit 610
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PARLIAMENT SQUARE – 39 Parliament Street
Date Registered (2000-03-07)
This solid brick complex of 181 suites sprawls comfortably cross 13 floors in the Distillery District of downtown Toronto. Parliament Square offers both one and two bedroom units, with or without a den. One bedroom suites are available in sizes between 656 and 689 square feet. For one bedroom suites with a den, you’ll find areas between 739 and 1,589 square feet. The two bedroom suites come in between 854 and 1,248 square feet in size. Two bedroom suites with a den are a solid 1,094 square feet in area, This Ice Property Management building makes one feel cozy before even walking through the front doors and its combination of Victoria and modern architecture intrigues the prospective buyer. Parliament Square will allow you to live in a historical area, but with all of today’s modern conveniences.
PARLIAMENT SQUARE AMENITIES
Parliament Square is a phenomenon that rises out of a historical machine shop with some of the most spacious suites in the area. Anyone with a penchant for history would adore settling in this location at the sight of the old meeting the new.
If you’ve been having trouble finding a location that allows your dog or cat to come with you, then you’ll be relieved to discover that you and your pet are welcome at this pet-friendly building. There is no need to go out with friends here where there is a party room, and a meeting room available. If you’d rather go out to enjoy the fresh air as part of a small clique, then take a visit to the open air common deck. The Parliament Square is a secure building which includes visitor parking for your guests and transit routes to all parts of Toronto are close by.
DISTILLERY DISTRICT NEIGHBOURHOOD
The historic Distillery District is one of the most charming and historic areas in the entire city. Over a century ago, the district was acquired by Gooderham and Worts who built a distillery on the site. After decades of production, the distillery closed and the buildings fell into disrepair. It was in 2001 that the old, brick structures were bought and the work began to turn it into what it is today: a functioning, but classical, part of the city. The entire neighbourhood of some forty buildings boasts pedestrian-only walkways and antique lamps, lovingly restored to their former glory. Walk out of your condominium and directly into this charming area with a Victorian-Era feel. Enjoy shops, restaurants, bakeries, and the most avant-garde bars and lounges in this old-world area, dominated by modern high-rise towers of glass.
Get some good, old-fashioned pub food at the Mill Street Brewery before heading next door to the Beer Hall or make reservations at the Distillery and then head out afterwards to the exclusive Stirling Room. Pick up some rolls at the Brick Street Bakery or get something sweet from Soma Chocolate. Before work or on a lazy Saturday, pick up a coffee or a cappuccino at the Arvo Cafe without even having to leave the building! There’s even a daycare right across the street for your little ones if you’re on your way to work.
Take in the local art scene at Artscape Distillery Studios or, if you feel like going out for the night, see a play at the Tapestry Opera, just a minute’s walk from the Parliament Square. If you’re more in the mood for a walk, alone or with a friend, the Corktown Common is a short walk east and Parliament Square Park is just around the corner to the west. The Toronto Islands are a place that you’ll find yourself visiting often as it is just minutes away by ferry. There you can enjoy an entire amusement park, beaches and parks. The CN Tower and downtown is just north and west of your location where everything you can imagine can be found. Woodbine beach is a nice location to take a stroll and is just minutes away by car.
The Loblaws and a NoFrills is in the neighbourhood for your grocery needs, but if you require organic foods, visit Organic Lives to fill your shopping cart. On other days, visit the local Farmers’ Market for produce, arts, crafts and many other interesting items.
The past and the future meet in the Distillery District, where a great, brick chimney proclaims the past, but tall high-rises of steel and glass proclaim the future. At Parliament Square, you will enjoy the unique beauty that is a marriage between Victorian and Modern architecture.
DAVIES SMITH DEVELOPMENTS
Davies Smith has 8 buildings in the Toronto area. The Parliament Square is just one of their many developments.