As a 22-storey tower of contemporary white concrete and glass, Ivory on Adelaide certainly stands out among the predominantly low-rise brickwork buildings in the area. Completed in 2015, the building offers over 350 fully modern Toronto condos for sale and for rent, with suite designs ranging from one-bedroom apartments to three-bedroom penthouses. You can expect to see open-concept living and kitchen areas, nine to ten-foot ceilings, laminate wood flooring, stainless steel appliances, sliding glass doors and walkout balconies. A full list of amenities awaits future residents, including a swimming pool that is certain to enrich your at-home experience, while just outside your door the thrill and charm of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood awaits you, with easy access to Yonge Street nightlife, Queen Street music, and Toronto’s Financial District.
Most Notable Features
Art and design appeal: As a new addition to Toronto’s Old Town, an area that is fast becoming a new hub of art and design studios, Ivory on Adelaide would make an ideal home for students, educators and professional artists working downtown or attending George Brown College.
Visitor parking: An often over-looked feature among downtown Toronto condos, Ivory on Adelaide offers the humble luxury of visitor parking. It can be a real hassle to find parking in downtown Toronto but you can skip the headache and simply tell your friends and family to drive right to your home.
Award-winning architects: Hariri Pontarini Architects are responsible for the design of Ivory on Adelaide and this news should make residents happy. As an award-winning Toronto architectural firm, including the 2006 Governor General’s Medal in Architecture, Hariri Pontarini is devoted to creating works of lasting value.
Living on Adelaide Street East near Sherbourne Street, an exciting and chic downtown Toronto experience awaits you. With so many bars, restaurants and clubs surrounding you, plus art galleries, theatres, shopping outlets, Queen Street live music, the Eaton Centre, and St. Lawrence Market boutiques, you’ll always have something to do. A few local hot spots to check out include Paddington’s Pump for a casual pub vibe with a massive summer patio, Hiro Sushi on King Street East, and Terroni on Adelaide for a popular and authentic Italian dining experience.
All your grocery needs can be found on Front Street at either Luciano’s NoFrills or Metro, and of course the St. Lawrence Market. As well you’ll discover many parks in this area such as St. James Park and David Crombie Park.
For a fun night out, you can go watch a film at the quaint Rainbow Cinemas, or take in a show at Alumnae Theatre Company, or pop over to Church Street and Yonge.
Hop around the city anyway you want, walk comfortably, hop on the TTC at King and Queen Streets streetcar, bicycle along Richmond or Adelaide, or if you drive you can access the Gardiner Expressway within minutes via Yonge Street.