Market Wharf II is a highly sought-after Toronto condo that matches heritage style architecture with modern, eco-friendly design and innovation to create a unique, eye-catching place to call home.
As a joint structure, Market Wharf II condos stand just south of Front Street in the charming St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. The sleek 33-storey glass tower rises up from an 8-storey red brick podium, blending nicely with the area’s heritage style architecture, with rippled balcony designs inspired by the rolling lake waves over which it looks. The podium and tower together offer over 400 units from one-bedroom to three-bedrooms. And with a host of topnotch amenities, an excellent location, and an unequalled view of the city and the lake, Market Wharf II is a must see.
Most Notable Features
On top of St. Lawrence: Living so close to the St. Lawrence Market, within the soothing charm of Old Town Toronto, with all shops, restaurants, bars, and performance spaces just a walk from home, you may feel like you’re living right on top of the neighbourhood, and you would be right. Market Wharf II condos are really one of the most desirable locations in the neighbourhood.
A lot of choice: As a combined structure with almost 450 units in a variety of sizes, layouts, and exposures, Market Wharf II offers a lot of choice in finding that perfect condo. Whether you prefer to live closer to street level, for fast access coming and going, or if you want the high-rise, city vista lifestyle, this building gives you choice.
Eco-friendly living: Market Wharf II is a proud participant in eco-friendly home living innovations. Featured in the Globe and Mail for its three rooftop gardens designed to decrease the building’s environmental impact and keep the roof cool in the summer, you can sleep soundly knowing your home is helping sustain the environment.
Living within the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you really have everything you need just outside your door. Enjoy the boutique shops of the Distillery District, and the fresh meats, fruits, and vegetables of the farmers’ market. Check out local gems such as The Old Spaghetti Factory off The Esplanade, C’est What for craft beer and boards games, and The Keg Steakhouse around the corner. You can grab groceries and other household items at Metro on Front Street or Loblaws on Lower Jarvis. There is also a Shoppers Drug Mart across the street for last minute things.
Go for a stroll along the waterfront, enjoy the greenery of Sherbourne Common and relax in the sun at Sugar Beach.
For an evening out, enjoy a film at Rainbow Cinema Market Square, watch a play at Canadian Stage, or head out to one of the fine dining restaurants along the waterfront.
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.