109 Front Street East
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New Times Square Ⅱ
If you want to live right across the street from the St. Lawrence Market in a charming Toronto condo, then New Times Square II is an ideal pick. Built in 2001, New Times Square II is an extension of the original New Times Square building, offering a similar range of prime spot St. Lawrence Market condos for sale and for rent. With over 180 units, spread over 12 floors, this Front Street tower has something for everyone and anyone wishing to live right smack in the heart of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood.
Most Notable Features
Live at the market: Literally right across the street from the St. Lawrence Market, voted the No1 indoor Farmers’ Market in the world by National Geographic, you’re close enough to smell the fresh fruits and oven baked goods when the vendors come in. Maximizing on this prime location and convenience, New Times Square II brings you as close to the market as you’re likely to get. Something for everyone: With varying suite designs from bachelor to two-bedroom plus den, with options to buy and rent apartments, there is bound to be something for everyone. Suites are spacious and bright with natural light and walk out balconies, featuring top amenities such as 24-hour concierge, exercise room, party room, meeting room, security, and a rooftop terrace and garden with BBQ and beautiful views of the city.
Located at 109 Front St East, on the corner of Jarvis, the outdoor waterfront activities are literally on your doorstep. With a maximum Walk Score of 100, you’ll find numerous bars and restaurants nearby, including Time Square Fish and Chips, Bindia Indian Bistro, and Pastizza on Market Street. Work and play are just around the corner as the Distillery District, with its old world charm, and the Financial District surround this quaint, yet fun neighbourhood. You’re literally surrounded with events and entertainment. For an evening’s adventure, check out a theatrical performance at Bluma Appel Theatre, or a live theatre event at Birdland Theatre, or just stroll along the lake and listen to the waves.
You’ll find Union Station is within minimal walking distance, where you can link up to the TTC, GO Transit, and VIA Rail. The 504 streetcar runs along King St, plus the 501 along Queen, both giving 24-hour options to get where you need to go. If you drive, the Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard, and Don Valley Expressway are all within minutes, giving you quick access to anywhere in the greater Toronto area.