If you’re seeking a downtown Toronto condo
with a modern design and lots of functionality, Vu South Tower is a prime spot that offers a lot of choice.
This building is a two-tower condominium complex, located in Toronto’s Old Town near Jarvis and Adelaide. Close to the St. Lawrence Market, the Financial District, Yonge Street, and the Eaton Centre, you will definitely feel like you’re living downtown with the freshness and space of nearby parks. For a Toronto condo
, Vu South Tower offers a sleek, 24-storey, modern design and feel. From studios to two-bedrooms plus den, the building has a lot of choice in terms of condos for sale and for rent.
Most Notable Features
Lots of green space
: Vu South Tower is nestled neatly between three lovely downtown Toronto parks, Moss Park, Saint James Park, and David Crombie Park. So while the modern design of the condo and the bustle of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood
will create an exciting, urban feeling, you’ll also experience the calm, refreshing air of living just outside the core.
More is more
: Vu South Tower is part of a two-tower condominium complex, with a combined total of about 520 bright, modern units available. With a variety of sizes, layouts, and exposures, it means you have almost double the number of choices to find a unit that fits what you want.
: You rarely find a Toronto condo without amenities, but it’s equally rare to find amenities that are actually impressive. Residents are Vu South Tower have access to two gyms, a yoga room, multiple saunas, a party room with a kitchen and bar, and a rooftop terrace and lounge with BBQ stations.
Living within the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you’ll have everything you need just outside your door. Enjoy the boutique shops of the Distillery District, and the fresh farmer’s produce at the St. Lawrence Market. Check out local gems such as Pearl Diver on Adelaide, The George Street Diner at George and Richmond, and Hiro Sushi on King Street.
For groceries and other household items stop by Metro or Rabba on Front Street, as well as the boutique E.A.T. Meal planning on Richmond. For a quick caffeine kick, check out a number of café’s such as Hotspot Café on King, Aroma Espresso Bar, Café 260.
For a night out, hop on the TTC to King Street’s nightlife, walk up to Queen Street for live shows and music, or enjoy closer to home entertainment such as Classical Theatre Project, Birdland Theatre, and Opera Atelier.
Navigate the city anyway you want, walk comfortably, hop on the streetcar at King Street or Queen Street, bicycle along Richmond or Adelaide, or if you drive you can access the Gardiner Expressway within minutes via Yonge Street.