Form Condos By Tridel And Osmington In Downtown Toronto
Form Condos is a new per-construction Condo project located at 36 McCaul Street In Downtown Toronto. It is a new per-construction Condo project. The Project Including condos units, Retail Shops. This is a 14-storey tower building.Size From 492 Sq.ft to 1400 Sq.ft. Sales Price From $344,000.
Form Condos Highlight:
- located in the Heart area in City
- Close to subway station and Public transit
- step to the university of Toronto
- many retail shoppes near by
- Supermarket at the door step.
At the south end of the building, an patio-sized Publicly Accessible Private Space (POPS) is created by the step back, opening up a sightline to the St. George the Martyr church, to the west on Stephanie Street. Meanwhile, the set back at the north elevation minimizes shadowing impact on nearby Grange Park.
The impact of Form’s massing strategy is negotiated by a series of vertical fins added along the exterior, which laterally diffuse the stark kinetic energy of the south elevation across the body of the building, creating a more unified aesthetic. At ground level, landscaping is set to improve the streetscape, while the Phase 2 3-storey, 1,595 m² art gallery will neighbour the condo—which will be topped by a green roof—to the north.
The project will feature interiors appointed by Toronto-based U31, and residential amenities will include a gym, a party room, and a 24-hour concierge. At ground level, Thomson’s gallery could become a prominent cultural space for the city. The site—on the west side of McCaul between Grange and Stephanie streets—is currently occupied by a parking lot at the south side, and older three-storey single-storey buildings to the north.
Form’s 190 units will be divided between one, two, and three-bedroom suites. The project is set to feature 100 one-bedroom units (54%), 64 two-bedroom units (35%), and 20 three-bedroom suites (11%). Below grade, 96 parking spaces will be distributed across two levels.
Form Condos has a Walk Score of 99 out of 100. Transit score of 100 out of 100. This location is in the Kensington-Chinatown neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include St. Patrick’s Square, Grange Park Toronto and Butterfield Park.