This new condo project is in a neighbourhood that are actively undergoing revitalization makes it great spot to invest in.
The Riv Condos is a new high-rise condominium development by firm Broccolini in Toronto. This 34-storey pre-construction tower with 388 units is located at 83 River St, northeast corner of River St. and Labatt Ave, just south of Dundas in Regent Park neighbourhood. The unit mix will range from studio to three-bedroom layouts.
This project has over 12,000 square-feet of indoor amenity space and 6,000 square-feet of outdoor amenity space, which will be spread over the building’s second, fourth and eighth floors.
The Riv Condo Project will feature expansive balconies and terraces, offering lively views of the neighbourhood and the adjacent Don River. This impressive glass tower will rise 34 storeys high, gently flaring out near the top and presenting bold, black-accented, slanting angles.
388 suites will share over 18,000 square feet of unique and luxurious amenities, including a tech lounge/podcast studio, arts & crafts studio/tool annex, soirée lounge, and speakeasy!
Other thoughtfully selected amenities will include a state-of-the-art fitness centre and yoga studio, kids play zone and homework hub, co-working/business centre, private dining room, guest suite, and pet-friendly features. This is truly a community for live, work, and play.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Riv Condos offer residents access to a wealth of perks, including excellent transit, some of the city’s newest community resources, trendy bars and restaurants and proximity to the downtown core.
It’s an actively regenerating neighbourhood that has seen an impressive transformation over the past decade, and the regeneration continues, especially for this stretch of River Street.
The site has been given a “regeneration” designation, meaning it’s primed for more residential, retail and commercial growth and will contribute to the ongoing transformation of the neighbourhood around it. Neighbourhoods like this that are actively undergoing revitalization make great spots to invest in.
With a near-perfect 93/100 on its Transit Score, the neighbourhood is served by both the Dundas and Queen streetcar routes, which run 24-7. It’s about a ten-minute ride into the downtown core, making this a great location for professionals who want easy access to the Financial District or Hospital Row. Drivers will appreciate the site’s close proximity to the Don Valley Parkway. Ryerson University and George Brown College are both easy commutes too.