This new condo project is for Investors looking for a condo in the downtown core that is near the TTC and surrounded by amenities.
350 Bloor Street East Condos is a new mixed-use condominium development located in Downtown Toronto. This 63-storey pre-construction project with 675 residential units will sit at 350 Bloor Street East, near Mount Pleasant Road and Bloor Street East.
This building will feature 110 studios, 219 one-bedrooms, 161 one-bedroom plus dens, 118 two-bedrooms, and 67 three-bedrooms. The University of Toronto, Sherbourne Station, Bloor-Yonge Station, restaurants, parks, and schools are all nearby.
350 Bloor Street East Condos is breathing new life into Bloor Street East by rebuilding the existing 6-storey office currently on the site, adding retail and restaurant space, and incorporating a new 57-storey residential tower. In doing so, this condominium puts work, shopping, and amenities at the fingertips of its residents.
The original building and the added tower will blend together seamlessly, with the tower perfectly mimicking the brutalist architecture of its base. The tower’s design creates a sense of movement, maximizes views, and features spacious private terraces from which residents can see Toronto’s gorgeous skyline.
This project will provide 88,899 square feet of replacement office space in the building’s existing base. As a bonus, this area will be remodelled to maximize space utilization and accommodate modern office needs. Through its contemporary design, the office space may accommodate a higher density of workers than a traditional office.
What’s more, a new glazed wall on the east facade will replace the existing blank wall and bring natural light and elegance to the building. A total of 5,231 square feet of retail and restaurant space will be added to the ground floor, connected to an outdoor patio. The office and retail area will employ approximately 250 workers, many of whom will be interested in living in this condo.
The seventh floor will have 6,760 square feet of indoor amenity space with ample natural light and ventilation from the curtain wall. The eighth floor will be a dedicated amenity space with 7,825 square feet of indoor amenity space that will be surrounded by 6,997 square feet of outdoor amenity space on all sides of the existing base building’s roof.
The outdoor area will feature a children’s section, a variety of gathering and seating spots, and a pet relief zone.
The indoor space offers room for varied programming that will meet the needs of the building’s diverse residents.
The condo’s residents also have access to 26 residential parking spaces and 8 visitor parking spaces on the first floor of underground parking, and 40 residential spots on the second level of underground parking. Of this total, 15 parking spaces will have EVSE capabilities.
The service floor and the below-grade floors will have 608 long-term residential bicycle parking spaces and 68 residential short-term parking spaces. A total of 6 retail spots and 31 office spots will be divided into short-term and long-term bicycle parking spaces and distributed throughout the service floor and the ground floor.
Location & Neighbourhood
This neighbourhood is expanding at a rapid rate. 350 Bloor Street East Condos and nearby developments are expected to bring 20,628 people and 1,305 jobs to the region. There is no better time to invest in this booming area.
Bloor Street is one of Toronto’s most transit-connected streets, giving this location an excellent Walk Score of 89 and a Transit Score of 88. This condo project is conveniently located a mere two-minute walk away from Line 2’s Sherbourne Station and six minutes away from Bloor-Yonge Station, which connects Line 1 and Line 2. This ideal location will allow residents to easily access both TTC lines and quickly travel across Toronto and the GTA. Therefore, this is the perfect home for professionals and students.
This location is also well served by bus routes. Bus Route 141 Downtown / Mount Pleasant Express takes locals from King Street to Lawrence Avenue East along Jarvis Street and Mount Pleasant Road. Other bus routes include 75 Sherbourne and 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus.