A sleek urban design in a classic neighbourhood with a hard-hitting attitude to match, Rezen is a top spot for anyone seeking the downtown Toronto condo lifestyle. A 13-floor Robert Chang Architect’s design, the building stands in the vibrant St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood with a contemporary glass, steel, and brick façade. It’s been called the ‘ultimate Toronto condo for downtown living’, with the developer's heralding a new ‘Zenitude’ all it’s own. So if that sounds good to you, whether you’re a young professional or a new family, you’re sure to find a spot that fits your needs.
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An energetic attitude: With a motto, ‘Work hard, Play hard, but Live easy,’ the developer, Times Group Corporation, has a mandate to build and maintain a sense of community, home, and lifestyle with its projects. With extra amenities such as an aerobics and yoga studio, a community home theatre, and the smaller, boutique feel of the residence, Rezen lets you choose the living pace that’s right for you.
Modern suite designs: Rezen offers suites from one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus den, outfitted with new, modern furnishings. If the idea of porcelain floor tiles, laminate hardwood, Berber and Sisal carpeting, European kitchen cabinetry, Energy Star appliances, granite countertops, and optional kitchen islands gets your inner homebuyer excited, Rezen is a condo to consider.
Fit for city living: Residents at Rezen are in a really great downtown spot if they want an active lifestyle. Bicyclists have access to new and expanding bike-lanes on Richmond Street and Adelaide, joggers are super close to the waterfront promenade, and the Old Town neighbourhood itself has a walk score of 99.
At 205 Frederick Street, Rezen is right in the middle of everything Toronto’s Old Town can offer. Some close to home eateries include Le Petit Dejeunner at King and George St. for delicious Belgian breakfast, the cozy Bistro 243 at Sherbourne and King, or the classic George Street Diner at George and Richmond. Groceries stores, Rabba and Metro, are around the corner, as well as the St. Lawrence Market for fresh farmer’s produce.
Also find local community and entertainment venues such as Young People’s Theatre, for youth and adults. For the gourmet coffee hunters, try Fahrenheit Coffee on Lombard St., and Café 260 on Richmond, or if you just want a quick caffeine fix Starbucks and Tim Hortons are both just around the corner.
For a night out, hop over to Betty’s on King, Triple A Bar off of Jarvis, and the cool cocktail bar, Pacific Junction Hotel. After that, take some deep breaths in local green spaces like St. James Park and David Crombie Park, among others.
For your entertainment needs, you’re steps away from Yonge Street nightlife, King Street bars and clubs, Queen Street live music, AMC cinemas at Dundas Square.
With bicycle lanes on Adelaide and Richmond, the King street car just a block south, and access to the Gardiner Expressway via the Sherbourne St onramp, a host of travel options open the city before you.