Bathurst & Richmond

At the intersection of possibility & opportunity.

Our vision

Standing tall on the southwest corner of Bathurst Street and Richmond Street West, this 17-storey condominium resides in one of the hottest and most densely populated areas in Toronto. Located on the eastern tip of the Niagara neighbourhood, the condominium rubs shoulders with the city’s world-famous Queen West, King West and the Fashion District. Our vision is to create a boutique condominium experience that focuses on elevating the quality of life enjoyed by residents. With integrated retail at street level and a collection of the building amenities people want and use the most, we’re bringing the concept of urban convenience as close to home as possible.

  • At the Intersection of Possibility & Opportunity.

Project Specs

Nieghbourhood

NIAGRA

Building Type

HIGH-RISE CONDOMINIUMS

Walk Score

99

Transit Score

100

Bike Score

99

Floors

17

Suites

217

Beds

Studio, 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms

Sq. Ft. Range

328-1,143

Status

PRE-CONSTRUCTION

EXTERIOR

The building’s exterior is an eclectic mix of old and new, which is appropriately representative of the surrounding streetscapes and the people who call this area of Toronto home. We are faithfully preserving the property at 164 Bathurst, formally the Football Factory, and building around and top of the property with an exciting contrast of modern-inspired walls in a variety of colours, shapes and window sizes.

INTERIOR

A collection of carefully considered boutique-style building amenities are available to support resident lifestyles. Understanding the importance of private outdoor space, the condominium has two outdoor amenity spaces on the tenth floor and an incredible rooftop communal area on the seventeenth floor. Other amenities include a party lounge, office suites reserved for resident use in light of today’s telecommuting reality, and a workout room equipped with the latest technologies.

  • At the Intersection of Possibility & Opportunity.

AREA AMENITIES

Bathurst and Richmond could be the unofficial heart of Toronto; a microcosm of the city’s celebrated diversity. Nearby King West is a virtual smörgåsbord of the most popular restaurants, bars and lounges in the city. Queen West, long a fashion destination, features clothing boutiques and home furnishing stores that appeal to a wide range of styles and tastes, plus an incredible variety of takeout food options. The western tip of the TTC’s King Streetcar right-of-way begins at Bathurst, offering quick and convenient passage to the city’s Entertainment District, Financial District and the Yonge Street subway line. Other destinations within a 15-minute walk include the Rogers Centre and Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Little Portugal and Little Italy, Liberty Village and even Kensington Market.

Bathurst & Richmond

At the Intersection of Possibility & Opportunity.

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