As a redevelopment of the old Canadian Broadcasting Corporation headquarters on Mutual Street near Jarvis, Radio City residence complex comprises two high-rise condo towers and a selection of street-level townhomes. The two towers stand at 25 and 30 storeys and together offer over 400 Church Street Corridor condos for sale and for rent. Suites range from bachelor apartments to two-bedrooms and feature nine-foot ceilings, bright floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, enclave kitchens, large living areas, and private balconies with inspiring views of the city.
Residents will enjoy underground parking, a full-fitness centre with steam rooms and aerobics studio, and an artfully designed courtyard. Tucked away in Toronto’s Church Street Corridor, a colourful city experience surrounds you from Church Street restaurants and clubs, Yonge-Dundas Square nightlife, the Eaton Centre, Ryerson University, and hop on TTC access to both Yorkville shopping and Queen Street’s exciting music scene.
Most Notable Features
Cultural hub: Radio City enjoys a special perk residing in an alternative cultural hub. Housed in the old CBC building, there are several theatres and arts school surrounding Radio City, including Canada’s National Ballet School, Phoenix Concert Theatre, Ryerson Theatre School, and Le Theatre Francais de Toronto.
Pet-friendly: A nice perk of Radio City is that it’s pet-friendly. With huge bright windows perfect for a lazy kitty, and not far from Allan Gardens Off-Leash Dog Park, living at Radio City will make you want a pet.
Many suite options: As a residence complex with two condo towers plus a selection of townhomes, Radio City offers prospective homeowners a lot of options when it comes to finding that perfect home. If you like the area and the building features, then get ready to choose from over 400 downtown Toronto condos.
Living at 281-285 Mutual Street you are immersed in one of Toronto’s most lively neighbourhoods. Home to the annual LGBTQ Pride Parade, Church Street is a fun and friendly place, just a short walk or TTC hop from Yonge-Dundas Square, Massey Hall, Betty Oliphant Theatre, Canada’s National Ballet School, plus all the tech and fashion outlet shopping of the Eaton Centre.
Not to mention the nightlife of Yonge Street and Queen Street’s many live music venues, cafés, bars and boutique shops. A few local gems to explore include Daio Japanese on Carlton Street for a charming setting of sushi and noodles, The Blake House on Jarvis Street, and Black Eagle on Church Street for a friendly LGBTQ leather and denim bar with industrial décor.
For local grocery stores you can find Daily Fresh Supermarket on Church Street near Shuter, as well as Metro 24-hours on Gould Street and Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens on Carlton Street.
For a breath of fresh air, Radio City is only a short stroll to Allan Gardens, as well as within walking distance to Ryerson Community Park and Moss Park.
The Church Street Corridor has a 98 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like College and Richmond. If you want to zip around the city, the Queen Street streetcar can connect you easily to east and west destinations, plus the Yonge-University subway line is within walking distance. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Jarvis Street and the Don Valley Parkway via Davies Street off of Queen Street East.