This new condo project will be located in a vibrant, fast-paced neighbourhood where urban amenities are at the fingertips of locals.
214 Merton Street Condos is a new mixed-use high-rise condominium development by KingSett Capital in Toronto. This 35-storey pre-construction project with 346 suites is located at 214 Merton St. in Davisville Village neighbourhood.
This condo project is a mere ten-minute walk from Line 1’s Davisville station, making this development a golden investment opportunity.
214 Merton Street Condos will have a stunning base building of varying heights fronting Merton Street. The base will step up from 3-storeys along Merton Street to 5 storeys on either side of the tower. It will step down to 3-storeys on the east side and 1-storey to the rear next to Pailton Crescent. Its unique asymmetrical design and incredible red brick facade will make this development stand out from Toronto’s skyline.
This condominium will have 346 units, of which 206 will be one-bedrooms, 104 will be two-bedrooms, and 36 will be three-bedrooms. Suites will have remarkable floor-to-ceiling windows that will maximize the use of natural light.
The lives of residents will be elevated by 10,038 square feet of indoor amenity space and 4,938 square feet of outdoor amenity space. The ground floor will consist of an elegant lobby, and the second floor will include a 2-storey 5,038 square foot indoor amenity area on its north side. This amenity area will connect to a 1,137 square foot outdoor amenity space located on the roof of the ground floor. The fourth floor will have two indoor amenity spaces of 1,448 and 1,324 square feet situated midway through the building that will be contiguous to two outdoor amenity areas of 129 and 167 square feet.
There will be a 2,228 square foot two-storey indoor amenity space, a 1,995 square foot outdoor, and a 1,510 square foot amenity space on the sixth floor. Furthermore, balconies and terraces will give residents a private place to relax and enjoy some fresh air.
214 Merton Street Condos will feature a 4,872 square feet at-grade retail space forming two units with entrances that face the public realm along Merton Street. Moreover, the retail spaces will have charming outdoor seating and secondary doors along Pailton Crescent.
There will be three underground parking levels with 59 vehicle parking spaces and 347 bicycle parking spaces. The first level of underground parking will contain 312 long-term and 29 short-term bicycle spaces. An additional 6 short-term bicycle parking spaces will be located throughout the building. On the second level of underground parking, there will be 10 resident and 19 visitor vehicle parking spaces and 1 car share parking space. The third level of underground parking will include 29 resident vehicle parking spaces.
Residents and passersby alike will have access to an off-site 3,997 square foot parkland that will be strategically adjacent to the proposed parkland of the 185 Balliol Street application.
Location & Neighbourhood
This area has an excellent Walk Score of 82. Sobeys, Friends Fine Food, Total Health Pharmacy, and D&Y Market are less than a ten-minute walk away. Flaky Tart and Farm Boy are also just steps away.
This neighbourhood has many trendy restaurants, bars, and cafes. Red Lantern Pub, serving comfort foods and featuring a patio, pool table, and darts, is only a minute away on foot. Flaming Stove, The Bull: A Firkin Pub, Bread & Butter, Smoked & Cracked, Tamasha, and Kramer’s Bar & Grill are about a ten-minute walk away. Rachel’s Coffee House and Little Sister are twelve minutes away on foot. La Barista Cafe and Midtown Gastro Hub are also within walking distance.
Parents will be impressed with the number of schools in the area. Davisville Junior/Spectrum Public School and Hodgson Senior Public School are less than a ten-minute walk away. Little Tots Manor is an eleven-minute walk away. The area’s affluence is made clear by its abundance of private schools. Greenwood College School and Toronto Prep School Inc are about seven minutes away, while City Academy is a ten-minute walk. The Dalton School is also nearby.