This new condo development will be situated in one of the city’s most exciting districts, with world-class entertainment, dining, arts and culture.
128 Peter Street is a new high-rise condo development by Aoyuan International in Toronto. This new Pre-construction condo project is located at 128 Peter St, southwest corner of Peter and Richmond Streets in Entertainment District.
Its proposal calls for a 46-storey structure, consisting of a five-storey podium. The unit mix will consist of 42 studios, 294 one-bedroom, 89 two-bedroom and 10 three-bedroom suites. That makes 435 residential units in total.
ArchitectsAlliance has signed on to design 128 Peter Street Condos, an architectural firm known for some of the city’s most recognizable condominium landmarks. They have an extensive portfolio of downtown addresses.
Their renderings for this high-rise show a clean, glass podium fronting the street and a modern tower rising above it. The tower features a subtle, contrasting façade that is sure to evolve into a neighbourhood focal point.
A short stroll takes you to numerous art galleries and entertainment venues, such as Gallery 44, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall and TIFF Bell Lightbox, headquarters for the Toronto International Film Festival.
Many of the city’s hottest bars, restaurants and nightclubs are situated around the area, giving you unlimited options for a night out. Whether you’re looking for a glamorous club with a rooftop terrace, a clandestine basement speakeasy, or just some good old fashioned pub food, you’ll find it around this new development.
Location & Neighbourhood
A new facility for the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) is scheduled to be up and running in 2022 on King Street Wes, in a location just around the corner from 128 Peter Street Condos . With easy access to both the 24-hour Spadina streetcar and the King streetcar, George Brown College and Ryerson University are also minutes away.
From this urban intersection, you’re a fifteen-minute walk from the city’s waterfront, which is a great place to spend a Saturday. From dancing on the pier, to outdoor film screenings, to day trips to Toronto Island, there’s always something happening on the harbourfront. It scores a near perfect 99 on its Walk Score and a perfect 100 on its Transit Score.