최종 수정일: 2020년 7월 29일
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✅ 다운타운 St.Patrick 역 근처
(UofT, OCAD 모두 걸어서 5분거리)
✅ 29층 건물, 344세대
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✅ 완공 2024년 예상
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Experience a luxurious new condominium residence located on Dundas Street West at McCaul Street. It’s directly across from the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and The Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD). Find access to the Line 1 subway just a moment east, with many of Toronto’s most vibrant neighbourhoods all within walking distance. Here you will discover an inspired vision of what urban homes can look like. Modern elegant suites. Majestic city views. Thoughtfully curated amenities. A truly inspired lifestyle awaits at Artistry!
Artistry Condos is an exciting new mixed-use, 29-storey condominium development in the downtown core steps away from Baldwin Village in the downtown core of Toronto.
Artistry will have a two-storey base filled with new retail space amid a vibrant neighbourhood in the heart of Toronto. Just across the street from The Art Gallery of Ontario, and just around the corner from a charming small town in the heart of the city, Artistry will be a beacon of stylish living, distinctive architecture, and exciting amenities.
This condo has a planned occupancy of 2024, and will be an exciting addition to the surrounding neighbourhood.
Artistry is an invitation to a more refined urban lifestyle. Its elegant silhouette adds a new dimension to the evolving masterpiece of Toronto’s skyline. Inside, suites blend from and function. Uncover a true artist’s inspiration for the modern urban home.
Artistry Condos Highlights:
A heart of Downtown Toronto location
Across the street from the AGO & OCAD
Non for-profit Daycare Facility on the 2nd floor
4 mins walk from St.Patrick Station and 505 Dundas Streetcar
Streetcar at doorstep for 24 hour
Less than 5 mins walk from OCAD University
Short walk from U of T and Ryerson University
Close to Chinatown, University Avenue Hospitals, Kensington Market, Queen Street, Toronto City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto General Hospital, AGO, Eaton Centre
Unlimited usage Rogers High-speed internet service including Rogers Advanced Wi-Fi Modem, bulk billed monthly
Tribute Smart Condo Living
Nearby parks include Butterfield Park, Grange Park and Grange Park Toronto
Tribute Smart Condo Living App customized for Artistry Condos featuring smart lock capabilities, communication with Property Manaement/Concierge, video access and control to intercom in lobby, app-controlled smart thermostat and automated parcel locker system, billed monthly.
A fully equipped fitness facility with a cardio room, weight room and yoga/stretch studio
Expansive outdoor terrace with lounge areas, dining areas and BBQ
Rooftop terrace featuring lounge areas
Party Lounge, Bar, Private dining room with adjoined Catering Kitchen
Business Lounge, Co-working Lounge, and Art Studio
Over 8,200 sq.ft of curated amenity space
Approx. 9″ ceiling height, excluding mechanical bulkheads
Smooth finished ceilings throughout the suite
Contemporary design kitchen cabinetry
Quartz countertops & slab backsplash from Builder’s Decor package selection
Valance lighting under upper kitchen cabinets
Laminate or vinyl flooring throughout, as per plan
Porcelain tile in bathroom
Frameless glass shower enclosure with glass door, as per plan
24″ integrated paneled fridge
24″ cook top
24″ wall oven
24″ combo hoodfan/microwave
18″ integrated paneled dishwasher (Studio and 1 Bedroom suites only)
24″ integrated paneled dishwasher (2 Bedroom and 3 Bedroom suites only)
Top 5 Reasons to invest in Artistry
1.Location Just a few minutes west of St. Patrick subway station, Artistry will be found in a charming neighbourhood close to the intersection of University and Dundas. This area, sometimes called the Grange, is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, a Toronto institution, and a massive cultural draw. With exhibits throughout the year, and upcoming shows featuring artists like Diane Arbus, Picasso, and Andy Warhol, the AGO is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Walk around the many beautiful halls and galleries within this iconic museum designed by Frank Gehry, and spend the day getting inspired. Nearby, the Grange Park is a place of leisure and exercise for people all over the district, with a gorgeous open green space, a dog park, and an expansive children’s play structure right in the centre. To the West, Toronto’s historic Chinatown stretches from College Street in the North, down to Queen Street. Countless charming shops and restaurants line the pedestrian-friendly neon streets. Affordable groceries and rich culture are just a short walk away. Meanwhile, the neighbourhood is a perfect draw for students and artists alike. The World-famous OCAD University is just across the street, and with easy subway connections, UofT, Ryerson, and York University are just within reach. Though this area historically hasn’t had many condominium towers or projects, a phase of change is coming for the area. The charming Baldwin Village, just seconds north, feels like a small town in the middle of the big city, and as certain blocks change and are redeveloped, this unique neighbourhood will be a massive draw for new buyers.
2.Amenities The podium base of the building is planned to have 2,100 sq. Feet. Of retail space — a new infusion of shops, bars, and restaurants in an already hip, exciting neighbourhoods. Further, the podium will also house a 6,500-square-foot daycare facility, as well as 10,000 sq. Ft. of office space bringing new businesses into the area. The development will have 382 residential units. The suites will be divided into a wide variety of layouts and sizes, including bachelors, one-bedrooms, one-bedrooms + den, two-bedrooms, two-bedrooms + den, and even three bedrooms, and three-bedrooms + den. These different layouts will be between 430 and 905 square feet. Besides the convenience of being located in such an amenity-rich neighbourhood, some other perks of being a resident of The Artistry will include, an outdoor terrace, a party room, a dining lounge, art studio, a co-working lounge, meeting rooms, guest suites, a yoga studio and a fitness centre. All facilities will include modern appliances and equipment, making for a series of beautiful amenities right within the walls of your own building. And what a building it is! Making nods to the areas profound historic connection to the arts, The Artistry will be a highly contemporary, cutting-edge design. A series of stacked cubes, which will break up the skyline, and the building’s shape itself, creating a unique look for the surrounding area. With smooth lines and sharp design, The Artistry is sure to leave an impression. Due to it’s downtown location and it’s commitment to sustainability, The Artistry will actually have more bicycle spaces than car spaces, with 383 bicycle parking spots to 344 vehicle parking spots for both residents and visitors. In the suites themselves, residents will be able to enjoy 9-foot, smooth finished ceilings, throughout, with contemporary kitchen design, cabinetry, and appliances. Also, each suite will have gorgeous quartz countertops, as well as a quartz backsplash, plus valance lighting, vinyl flooring, porcelain tile bathrooms and a frameless glass shower. And if that wasn’t enough, residents will receive unlimited Rogers ignite High-Speed internet, as well as Tribute Smart Condo Living, which is an app that features smart-lock capabilities, as well as communication with property management and a smart thermostat.
3.Transit Options With a perfect 100/100 transit score, and a 98/100 walk score, this neighbourhood simply cannot be beat for urban living in Toronto. Steps to big draws like the AGO, OCAD, and the thriving China Town and Queen West neighbourhoods, as well as Dundas Square and many other nearby gathering spaces, and attractions, The Artisty is an epicentre in the city of Toronto. St. Patrick station is less than 5 minutes walk, and once on the TTC, residents will have access to the entire city. Public Transit is robust and ever-present in downtown Toronto thanks to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), with major subway lines, streetcar lines and bus routes all converging within the downtown district, and funnelling through the hub of Union Station, in the southern end of the Entertainment District. From here, travellers, commuters and explorers alike have seemingly unlimited options. The UP Express Train connects Union to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, the GO Transit infrastructure runs commuter rail lines across the entire GTA and beyond, and VIA Rail provides inter-city transit along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous region in all of Canada.
4.The Developers Tribute might be one of the most well-known developers in Ontario. With a diverse portfolio featuring single-family homes, urban condominiums, and many more, Tribute is nearly synonymous with development in Toronto. Having won award after award, including Most Outstanding Mid Rise from the Ontario Home Builders Association in 2015, Tribute continues to build on it’s reputation of excellence. Though first founded over 30 years ago, Tribute has only relatively recently moved into the condominium market, having broken ground on their first projects just over ten years ago. Led by Al Libfeld, Tribute focuses on pushing the envelope with every project. Ingenious and prolific, Tribute works with a wide array of talent — architects, partners, planners and other developers — to ensure only the best for each project. Success is reached when the team is right, and Tribute has shown a particular knack for team building.
5.Investment Opportunities Chinatown to the west, Baldwin Village to the north, and Queen West to the south, have all been neighbourhoods undergoing great change in the past few decades. Unendingly trendy, and hotbeds of culture and charm, this part of the city is a hotbed for young professionals, artists, tastemakers, and influencers. It’s a neighbourhood with a keen sense of identity. With all that in mind, it’s easy to see why buyers are excited for new development in the area. Condo development boomed throughout the 2000s and 2010s in the entertainment district just minutes to the south. Now that that development has become more dense, the surrounding neighbourhoods are next. Now we’re beginning to see new development priorities – community sustainability, and style, design and amenties proliferate throughout the downtown core. Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Downtown. Just taking a step into one of the downtown’s many condos, and taking in the majestic views of the city’s awesome skyline is enough to make you never want to leave.
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