82 and 92 Storey
Mirvish Productions & Projectcore Inc.
260 King St W Toronto M5V 1H8
Mirvish + Gehry | Toronto
Mirvish + Gehry project byGreat Gulf Homes consist of two towers; the west tower, a whopping 92 storeys high – the tallest residential structure in Canada – and the east tower, 82 storeys high, with a total of 1950 suites.
The two towers will sit on top of 6-storey podiums. This mixed use condo complex will comprise residential, retail space and office space.
Register for the VIP Launch is scheduled for fall 2018.
- Situated in Toronto’s Entertainment District
- Walkers’ paradise – with a Walk Score of 100/100
- World-class transportation with a Transit Score of 100/100
- Within walking distance of the best entertainment in Toronto including Theatres, Rogers Centre, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto International Film Festival and plenty more
- Fast access to St. Andrew Subway Station
- King St Car line right at your doorstep
Location and Neighbourhood
King West is a prestigious address and is famous for a number of district landmarks including Entertainment District, Financial District and the Theatre District.
It has been likened to the New York City’s Soho region because of its dynamic ambiance and art focus. The area is growing at a very fast rate, hence housing is in high demand.
The need of urban residents looking for convenient amenities, a wonderful location and the best in contemporary luxury has been addressed by Mirvish + Gehry Condos developers. Young professionals have been trooping into the location in large numbers – particularly those working in the city centre and want to be close to the Entertainment District.
Toronto has dozens of upcoming regions such that is it is difficult to pick one. However, when it comes to King West, you are certainly in the right place.
The area boasts of a Walk Score of 100/100 and has a varied mix of the finest eateries, fun amenities, vibrant entertainment spots, elegant fitness and beauty hotspots that satisfies every personal as well as social need.
The vicinities are attractive with lots of parks and green spaces in the environs such as Stanley Park and St. Andrews Playground. The Kensington Market is also located in the area.
Local attractions include Ripley’s Aquarium, The Rogers Centre, TIFF Tower, The Air Canada Centre, The Princes of Wales Theatre, CN Tower, CF Toronto Eaton Centre and CBC Museum.
The development is also located within walking distance of Toronto’s most popular post-secondary schools, making it ideal for university students. They include George Brown College and University of Toronto (both 20 minutes’ walk), Ryerson University (25 minutes’ walk), and OCAD University, which is right downstairs.