The Manhattan Condos is a new per-construction Condos project located at 68 Charles Street East In Toronto.The Major Intersection are Bay Street and Charles Street East. The Project develpled by Aspen Ridge Homes.The Manhattan Condos is 47-storey condominium with 408 Units, designed by Quadrangle Architects.
- In the Heart Of Downtown Toronto
- Walking to the univeristy Of Toronto
- Step to the Queen’s park and community Centre
- Close to the 5 major Hospitals
- Step to Shops and entertainmen
- Step to the financial district
The Manhattan Condos Designed by Quadrangle Architects, the Aspen Ridge Homes development—featuring an altered unit mix. At ground level, heritage retention plans remain in place, with the tower’s floorplate accommodated via alterations to the existing properties.
Maintaining its presence at the Church and Charles intersection, the notable Manhattan apartment building will be retained in full and restored. Immediately to the north on Church Street, the heritage property at 634 and 636 will also be mostly retained, although both buildings’ rear additions will be demolished. This structure (below, centre) will also be transported approximately 2.9 metres to the east.
Looking west at The Manhattan, 634/686 Church, and 638 Church (l-r), image retrieved via Google Maps
Closer to Church Street, the structure will line up with east frontage of the Manhattan, accommodating the new tower’s footprint while creating a more cohesive streetwall. At the northeast end of the site, the property at 638 Church will be demolished. Although this structure incorporates elements of the surrounding architectural typology, the building (above, right) is not considered a contributing heritage property.
The slim lower tower levels, looking northwest, image retrieved via submission to the City of Toronto
To avoid encroaching upon the two-storey heritage properties, the tower’s first three levels (3-5) feature a very compact 577 m² floorplate (above). From the 6th level onward, the tower floorplate is expanded to 731 m², a figure largely in line with the City’s 750 m² standard. The lower levels will house amenity spaces and replacement rental units, while residential balconies begin from the 8th storey. Spanning most of the building’s height, the conspicuous balcony pattern will likely prove a recognizable design element.
Looking north, image retrieved via submission to the City of Toronto
The Project includes a unit mix of 132 one-bedroom (32.5%), 99 one-bedroom + den (24%), 132 two-bedroom (32.5%), 4 two-bedroom + den (1%), and 41 three-bedroom (10%) suites.
Looking east along Charles Street, image retrieved via submission to the City of Toronto
The Manhattan Condos site’s 20 rental apartment units will also be replaced at the tower’s levels, bringing the total number of residential suites to 428. At street level, 349 m² of retail space is planned along Church Street.
The Manhattan Condos has a Walk Score of 99 out of 100. Transit Score if 96 out of 100.This location is in the Church-Yonge Corridor neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include George Hislop Park, Norman Jewison Park and Asquith Green.