Prime Condos is a new condo development by CentreCourt and Centrestone Urban Developments Inc. currently in preconstruction at 319 Jarvis Street, Toronto. PRIME Condos has a total of 579 units.
Prime Condos Summary
CentreCourt has partnered with architects Page + Steele / IBI Group to design this a condominium in Toronto.
Prime Condos is a new mix-use condo development by CentreCourt in downtown Toronto. This pre-construction condo is located at 319 Jarvis St in the Garden District neighbourhood. This is an exciting and rapidly-transforming corridor and this condo project sits right in the middle of it.
The developer’s proposal is calling for a 45-storey building just south of Gerrard Street, comprised of 579 residences with retail at street level and a rich collection of indoor and outdoor amenities.
This area is heavily serviced by the TTC which is why 319 Jarvis St. has a Transit Score 100/100. Prime Condos is a 10-minute walk to the Dundas Subway Station which connects the neighbourhood to the GTA.
Alternatively, nearby Dundas and Queen streetcars run 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Gardener Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are both easily accessible for driving in and out of the city.
Addition Transit Options Coming Soon!
The city has approved the Relief Line Subway Project which is currently undergoing an assessment that runs just below the Garden District all the way to East York. This line will make transit in this area even more accessible.
With 579 residential units in total, the unit mix is proposed to include 184 one-bedroom suites, 138 one-bedroom-plus-den, 133 two-bedroom and 51 three-bedroom suites. Three levels of underground parking will provide 47 vehicle spaces and 579 spaces for bicycle storage.
The main residential lobby will be accessed off Jarvis Street and include 24-hour concierge service, a lounge and some retail access.
CentreCourt has partnered with architects Page + Steele / IBI Group to design this condominium, which will feature a striking, three-dimensional diamond pattern asit ascends into the sky. Materials on the tower will include glazing, stone and steel to add texture and architectural interest.
Location & Neighborhood
This downtown Toronto condo is located in the Garden District, an area where intensification and tall building growth exists and will continue to. It’s part of downtown’s “urban growth centre,” a location where the province’s growth policies direct the most intensive forms of growth. This plan has been put in place to help create complete communities that offer more options for living, working and playing, curb urban sprawl and reduce traffic gridlock by improving access to a greater range of transit choices.
Even though the site is in a prime urban location – steps from dining, shopping and a wealth of entertainment options – it’s been somewhat underutilized until recently. We’ve seen a number of contemporary condominium buildings have success in the surrounding area, and a series of projects are either in the preconstruction or construction phase nearby. This is a great opportunity to invest in an area as it’s actively transforming.
At this condo building, you’re steps from two 24-hour streetcar lines, as well as the subway station. In fact, the address scores a perfect 100/100 on its Transit Score.
This new condo development borders the main Ryerson University campus, which continues to expand and gain recognition internationally. It’s a short walk or commute to many great downtown neighbourhoods including Cabbagetown, the Church and Wellesley Village and the Financial District, where it’s estimated nearly 200,000 people work every day. The newly-renovated Eaton Centre is not far away either.
Allen Gardens, a popular urban park that features a greenhouse full of botanical blooms all-year-round is just down the street.
Dynamic, urban and growing, this a strategic place to consider investing, and suites here are highly in-demand by professional tenants.
Prime Condos Highlights:
- Has a walkscore of 96/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
- Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto
- 3 minute walk to the Jarvis St Stop
- Walking distance to Ryerson University
- Close to shops, restaurants and schools
- Has a transit score of 100/100: world class public transportation
- Nearby parks include Allan Gardens, Joseph Sheard Parkette and Winchester Square Park
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