An expansive and urban development by State Building Group and Stanford Homes is on its way to Toronto.
400 Front Street West Condos is a new mixed-use condominium in Toronto. This pre-construction project by State Building Group and Stanford Homes is located at 400 Front St W, near Front Street and Spadina Avenue in The Entertainment District one of the city’s most dynamic neighbourhoods.
Investors will want to take note of the upcoming project coming to the city that is bound to add to the site’s populous neighbourhood’s bustling energy.
400 Front Street West Condos will offer residential space, retail space, and public space for pedestrian use at floor level. This development will be a master-planned community that will ultimately feature three residential high-rise towers. The first tower in this complex is currently known as Tower A.
This tower will stand 28-storeys tall and will offer 527 residential units. This development will have a wide range of floor plans and layouts that will include: 122 – Studio Units, 76 – One Bedroom, 42 – One Bedroom plus Den, 270 – Two Bedroom and 17 – Three Bedrooms.
We can also expect this development to come with 8,771 square-feet of retail space and over 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.
With State Building Group at the helm, we anticipate classic city-appropriate amenities like a party room, pool, fitness room and landscape rooftop terrace. Similarly, it can be expected that the developer follow suit with past projects an incorporate high end furnishings like stainless steel appliances and high ceilings.
Location & Neighbourhood
Investors will want to pay attention to the central location of 400 Front Street West Condos. After all, the site boasts a nearly unbeatable walk score of 94 out of 100, and perfect transit score of 100 out of 100. That’s right — you can really get anywhere in the city from this location.
Business professionals, and students with roomates are likely to flock towards the development with one and two bedroom units, which is conveniently located in the centre of everything. Getting to work or school will be seamless, being in such proximity to a subway station — St Andrews is a convenient a walkable distance. Universities like University of Toronto, Ryerson University and OCAD will all be easy to get to, meaning that regardless how early or late your class is, you’ll get to your destination in no time.
Young professionals will particularly enjoy this location which is walking distance from countless office buildings in the city’s job hubs. Business meetings will be no obstacle, as trendy restaurants are around the corner to host entrepreneurial chats — it’s also worth mentioning that some of the city’s most thriving startups have offices within the area.