This new condo development is a pre-construction condominium proposed by ADI Development Group for The Annex neighbourhood in Toronto. 64 Prince Arthur Avenue Condos slated to be a luxury condominium with an exclusive selection of suites.
Steps from the subway, University of Toronto and surrounded by leafy side streets, this development will add a contemporary and upscale touch to the immediate area.
With a striking design unlike anything the neighbourhood has seen, ADI’s latest project is sure to become a trendsetter.
This building will occupy space just steps northeast of the Bloor and St. George Street intersection in the charming Annex neighbourhood.
It’s proposed for 29 storeys with a limited selection of just 60 suites. Details about layouts, unit mix and amenity proposals have yet to be released by the developer, but they’ve indicated they’re planning a luxury project, featuring upscale fixtures and finishes.
Architecture for this tower will be handled by the New-York-based CetraRuddy, along with Toronto’s Core Architects. Preliminary renderings show a striking and slender design, featuring a steel exoskeleton and gently undulating balconies. The building’s slim floorplate will make for a small number of units per floor, perhaps 2 or 3 depending on the suite sizes.
ADI’s other projects are known for their open and spacious layouts and opulent finishes. Their amenities often feature meticulously landscaped grounds, expansive rooftop terraces, resort-inspired fitness centres and swimming pools. If they continue this trend with 64 Prince Arthur Avenue, calling this Annex condominium home will be an indulgence for residents.
Location & Neighbourhood
Condos in The Annex are in high demand. Loosely bound by Dupont Street to the north, Avenue Road to the east, Bloor Street to the south and Bathurst Street to the west, this central neighbourhood has a hip and youthful energy with some of the city’s best transit access.
Thanks to the leafy and historic University of Toronto campus that figures prominently in the neighbourhood, the area has a vibrant student and faculty population, while the eclectic cafes, bars and shops of Bloor Street tend to attract a mix of creative professionals and young families.
Arguably one of the city’s most eclectic pockets, it also features a large population of stately Victoria homes and, overall, residents here have a higher than average income.
You’re just steps away from some of the city’s most beloved cultural landmarks, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Bloor Cinema and the Royal Conservatory of Music.