- Updated On:
- January 21, 2023
This stylish mid-rise development presents a fantastic opportunity to own in one of the fastest revitalizing areas in Downtown Toronto.
The Georgian Condos is a new mid-rise condominium development by Stafford Homes and The Goldman Group in Toronto. This pre-construction project is located at 227 Gerrard St E, on the eastern side of Downtown Toronto in the transforming Cabbagetown neighbourhood. The Georgian Condo is going to have ample space for amenities both on the inside and out.
This condo project will also increase the retail in the region due to its commercial retail units that will face out toward Gerrard Street.
The Georgian Condos is a 7 storey mid-rise condo and it will encompass 107 units, which will be divided into:
The units will range between 601 – 1,255 square feet and most will feature their own private balconies or vast private terraces.
On the first floor, residents will be greeted by a concierge in the contemporary-style lobby. This floor will also boast 12,785 square feet of indoor amenity space inclusive of a top-tier fitness centre and a relaxing yoga & stretching studio. Both active studios offer convenience for your workouts right at your doorstep.
The eighth floor will house more amenity space consisting of indoor and outdoor facilities looking to elevate its residents’ quality of life. Located on the top floor, residents will have access to an indoor social lounge with a kitchen and co-working spaces outfitted with hi-speed Wi-Fi, comfortable seating and ample work surfaces, making working from home easy and enjoyable. The beautiful views of the city compliment the truly elegant design of this light-filled, airy space.
One can walk out to the communal rooftop terrace where you can find patio seating, BBQ areas and a pet playground. This terrace provides ample space where friends and families can get together to enjoy the fresh air and the spectacle of the growing city.
Each suite at The Georgian Condos will provide maximum light and space with open-concept living and views of the city right outside your window. Ceilings will rise between 9-10’ tall and the floors will be laminate.
Kitchens are designed for efficiency and beauty; spectacularly outfitted with contemporary appliances, quartz countertops and fashionable backsplash. The kitchens will also come equipped with a stainless steel refrigerator, wall oven, cooktop, dishwasher and microwave hood fan. Suites will also be provided with Energy Star certified white stacked washers and dryers.
The bathrooms will also be elegantly and conveniently custom-designed spaces with energy-efficient features and finishes. Bright lights overhead, contemporary single-lever chrome faucet, modern vanities, framed glass shower stalls, and porcelain tiles are a few of the luxury finishes found in the bathrooms and ensuites.
There will be a total of 9,526 square feet of retail space facing out toward Gerrard Street East on the ground floor, and it will be divided into three commercial retail units. This will likely add convenience to the residents of this building, as well as the rest of the community.
This project will also include a great deal of parking, totalling 89 parking spaces, 81 of which will be allocated to residential use.
Location & Neighbourhood
According to the Cabbagetown Preservation Association, this is the largest contiguous area of preserved Victorian housing in North America, but there are more condos coming to the region. It scores a 92 on its Walk Score and a perfect 93 on its Transit Score.
The Georgian Condos is on the southern side of of Gerrard Street East, and it will take up an entire city block in between Seaton Street on the west and Ontario Street on the east. To the north there’s existing low-rise residential housing, to the east there’s more low-rise residential housing along with a small convenience store, more low-rise residential housing to the south, and low-rise service buildings to the west.
This development is only a few blocks away from Parliament Street too, which is becoming a major commercial stretch in eastern Toronto, equipped with neighbourhood staples like a Dollarama, No Frills grocery store, and pharmacy. It also has plenty of restaurants that range from take out to upscale gastropubs. One highlight is the House on Parliament, which feature upscale pub fare and a warm wood laden environment.