A modern designed skyscraper with Toronto condos for sale and for rent, L Tower has been heralded as ‘the pinnacle of 21st century living.’ The Daniel Libeskind design is certainly eye-catching and interesting. Finished in 2015, the sleek, smooth façade of glass and steel makes you marvel at the mere construction feat. Just north of the waterfront near Front Street and Yonge, L Tower stands down the street Union Station and Old Town.
But the Toronto condo is more than a flashy exterior, offering 600 units from one-bedroom to 2.5-bedrooms, 9-10 foot ceilings, large bright windows, an impressive list of amenities, and the appeal of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood.
Most Notable Features
Business and pleasure: Located in the southwest tip of the St. Lawrence Market at the junction of an up-and-coming waterfront community and Toronto’s Financial District along the Bay Street corridor, L Tower is set for residents to mix business with pleasure. If you’re game to straddle the fence between the bustle of Toronto’s downtown core and the relaxing, calmer appeal of Toronto’s Old Town, this building is spot to consider.
Live and play at home: Fully finished to make condo living easy and enjoyable, L Tower also offers amenities to make condo life fun. A few that stick out are the library and reading room for the bookworm, the indoor lap pool to play and stay in shape, and the private cinema for the joy of going out while staying home.
Start, step and go: The convenient location of The Esplanade in term of travel and Toronto transit is really a benefit to note. Union Station TTC subway is two blocks away, there are buses along Wellington, and the King streetcar is within walking distance.
Living within the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood and only steps from Yonge Street and Union Station, you’ll have everything you need just outside your door. Enjoy the fine dining of waterfront restaurants, and the fresh meats, fruits and vegetables of the farmers’ market. Check out fun local spots Houston Avenue Bar and Grill on Yonge Street, Canoe on Wellington, and the Reservoir Lounge also on Wellington. For groceries and other household items you’re very close to Metro on Front street, Loblaws on Lower Jarvis, and of course the St. Lawrence Market. There are also a few shops on the ground floor The Esplanade, including a Canada Post office. For an evening out, enjoy a film at Rainbow Cinema Market Square, a live show at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, or hop on the TTC for an adventure along Yonge Street. Local green spaces can be found along the waterfront, Sherbourne Common, Sugar Beach, as well Berczy Park is only a short walk away.
There are many TTC options either on Front Street bus routes, King Street streetcar, or the Yonge-University subway line. The area is bicycle friendly, with new and expanding bike lanes on Richmond and Adelaide. If you own a car, you can hop on the Gardiner Expressway in minutes via the Lower Jarvis onramp.