Located on Bathurst Street just south of Bloor, B. Streets Condos is a new urban residence with a chic contemporary look and an intimate vibe designed to match the charm and character of Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood.
The building stands at eight-storeys with a staggered cubic façade of contrasting charcoal and ivory tones. As a low-rise, it fits well with the surrounding buildings and offers 195 Annex condos for sale and for rent. The units range in size and layout from cozy bachelor apartments to larger two-bedroom plus den suites, plus select two-storey townhouse units on the ground level and penthouses up top. Most suites feature finishes such as nine-foot smooth ceilings, some floor-to-ceiling windows, quartz kitchen counters, acrylic soaker tubs, private balconies and terraces, and more. With fitness facilities and social spaces, the building amenities are designed to give residents a feeling of connection with friends, neighbours, and their community.
Beyond the residence, homeowners will get to explore the Annex neighbourhood, a charming community stretching from Queen’s Park to Bathurst Street along Bloor. The street is lined with boutique shops, quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and trendy bars and venues, not to mention home to University of Toronto’s St. George campus, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.
Most Notable Features
Private Lane Homes: B. Streets Condos backs onto Loretto Lane, a quaint roadway that connects Lennox Street up to Bloor Street, and offers six unique two-storey Lane Home residences. These are street-level units, ideal for homeowners who want a more private feel, tucked away from the bustle of Bathurst but within arms reach to a vibrant downtown scene.
Amenities to connect: With most of the B. Streets Condos’ amenities encouraging a sense of connection between friends and neighbours, two features that stand out are the seasonal outdoor terrace with BBQ and a social party room that is designed like a modern bar, exclusive for residents.
Bathurst TTC: A real bonus about living on Bathurst Street is the instant access to southbound Bathurst Street streetcars as well as Bathurst station along the Bloor subway line. You can zip around the city easily with these transit options, and they are both just steps away from your home.
With a new home at 783 Bathurst Street, you will be enjoying a charming neighbourhood known as the Annex. It’s a lively and youthful urban centre that combines cultural attractions like the ROM, The Royal Conservatory of Music, Hot Docs Cinema, and Lee’s Palace with the campus vibe of University of Toronto, plus a quaint residential feel and an endless array of quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and fun bars. With TTC routes along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue, you are easily connected to the rest of the city, whether for Yorkville’s boutique shopping, Bay Street’s Financial District, or King Street’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts. A few local places to check out include Victory Café on Markham Street, Arisu Korean BBQ and Sushi on Bloor Street West, and El Furniture Warehouse on Bloor Street where all menu-items are $5 or less.
Looking for local grocery stores, you can find Metro at Bloor and Robert Street, Whole Foods Market on Avenue Road, Bulk Barn at Bloor and Borden, and Fiesta Farms Inc. a short walk away on Christie Street.
The closest green spaces include the grounds of University of Toronto’s St. George campus, as well as Queen's Park to the east and Christie Pitts Park to the west. But there are also a number of smaller parks scattered throughout the residential streets north of Bloor, perfect for days spent outdoors.
The Annex neighbourhood has a 100 Walk Score, with convenient bicycle-lanes on Wellesley Street and College Street. If you want to travel fast, there are three main subway stations along Bloor Street for smooth sailing east and west, plus connection to the Yonge line at St. George Station. For car-owners, the area is navigable along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue giving you access to the Gardiner Expressway to the south, Highway 401 to the north, and the Don Valley Parkway to the east.