419 College Street Condos
419 College Street Condos is a new condo development in Toronto by Ironwood Bay. This project contains a total of 169 residential units with 13 storeys high.
419 College Street Condos Highlights:
- Master-planned community
- 1 streetcar ride to Queen's Park subway station
- Surrounded by the city’s coolest neighbourhoods (Queen West, Kensington Market and Chinatown)
- the city’s best and most unique shops, restaurants, galleries and parks are just steps away
- Streetcar station at doorstep
- Short commute from UofT, OCAD, Ryerson University
- Close to Eaton Centre, City Hall, Toronto General Hospital
Where the best of everything is at your doorstep. Walking distance to higher learning at University of Toronto, OCAD U and Ryerson University. Close to world-class employment opportunities in the Financial District, Bay Street Corridor, and major hospitals. Steps to the offices of innovative new firms and industry leading technology companies. Surrounded by the culture and attractions of the Entertainment District, and the shopping and conveniences of Queen West.
To the south, the Fashion district is one of the most in-demand neighbourhoods in Toronto thanks to it’s convenience, and incredible lifestyle. Take in Toronto's most exciting films and rub shoulders with Hollywood celebrities at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. See a show at the Velvet Underground, the Horseshoe, the Rivoli or one of dozens more of Toronto's best live music venues. Spend the afternoon perusing vinyl at Sonic Boom, then take a stroll through Kensington Market, or simply spend the afternoon cloud-gazing at Fort York, Victoria Memorial Square or the Grange Park.
In the west, some of Toronto's best parks and green spaces, Alexandra Park, the development's namesake, and just a few minutes further, Trinity Bellwoods Park both contain large open green spaces to soak up the sun, tree-canopied walkways and picnic spots, not to mention dog parks and other fantastic ways to spend a summer day.
Groceries, entertainment, clothes and just about anything else you could ever want or need are within minutes walk. Pedestrians can walk all of Downtown's beautiful, tree-laden sidewalks and pedestrian streets, but those looking to take shelter from the cold during the winter have the option of taking Toronto's PATH Underground, a series of underground pedestrian tunnels, skyways and walkways.
Streetcars criss-cross throughout the downtown core, with stops along Dundas, making for easy connections to the subway at stations like St. Andrews, Osgoode and Union, while others reach north to Spadina or Bathurst station to connect with the East-West subway line. Just about every TTC line converges within the downtown district, and funnels 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 GO Transit infrastructure runs commuter rail lines across the entire GTA and beyond, and VIA Rail provides intercity transit along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous region in all of Canada.
- Developer: Ironwood Bay
- Architect: BDP Quadrangle
- Building Type: Condominium
- Ownership: Condominium
- Building Status: Pre-construction
- Selling Status: Planning
- Storeys: 13
- Suites: 169