A striking and modern downtown Toronto condo nestled on a charming side street but still close to the bustle of the city’s core, Nicholas Residences is worth checking out.
Nicholas Residences is located on the quaint St. Nicholas Street at the corner of St. Mary Street, just west of Yonge. It is a high-rise Toronto condo building, standing at 35-storeys and offering over 300 units from studios to two-bedroom suites, all featuring 9-to-10-foot ceilings, large windows for optimal brightness, as well as private balconies or terrace. Situated within the Bay St. Corridor, Nicholas Residences is walking distance to Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre, the Financial District, and all the rest of downtown Toronto.
Most Notable Features
Everything downtown: Located near the top of the Bay St. Corridor, Nicholas Residences is at a prime spot to seize any downtown experience. Literally steps from Yonge Street’s nightlife, a short walk to Bloor-Yorkville boutique shopping or the Financial District, and just a short TTC trip to Queen Street shows and King Street entertainment, you really have everything downtown right at your fingertips.
Rooftop sundeck: Residents at Nicholas Residences enjoy a nice list of amenities, especially the rooftop sundeck. A fine place to relax and overlook the bustle of the city, while entertaining friends and soaking up some sun.
Heritage charm: Built on a 19th century, tree lined, cobblestone street, Nicholas Residences was designed to maintain much of the nostalgic atmosphere of this quaint Toronto street. While combining the functionality and comfort of modern condos with heritage ambience, you’ll get to enjoy a calmer, quieter, simpler elegance of downtown living.
At 75 St. Nicholas Street, the best of the downtown Toronto is open to you. On Bloor Street you’ll find fashionable boutique shopping, on Yonge Street you’ll discover fun nightlife adventures, the Eaton Centre is only a few blocks away, as is Queen Street shopping and entertainment, and the Financial District. A few local eats to check out are Natural Sushi Japanese Restaurant on Yonge Street, Wish on Charles Street for weekend brunch, and 7 West Café on Charles Street for an evening cocktail on the rooftop patio.
For groceries and other household needs there is a Rabba Fine Foods on Wellesley, a Shoppers Drug Mart on Yonge and Charles, and you’ll find Loblaws, Bulk Barn, Metro, and Sobeys all along College Street near Yonge.
Have a need for a splash of green, Nicholas Residences is very close to the George Hislop Park, the University of Toronto’s tree-filled campus is just across Bay Street, as is Queen’s Park, a lovely space to bicycle, roller-blade, exercise outdoors, or sit under a tree and read.
The Bay St. Corridor area has a 99 Walk Score, with bike lanes along College and Wellesley Streets. There are TTC options on Bay Street, College Street, and access to the Yonge-University subway line is just a short walk. If you drive, you can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via York Street, and the Don Valley Parkway is via Danforth Avenue.