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Lippincott Living

56 Lippincott St, Toronto

By Blurredge Group
For Sale
0
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$862(past 365 days)
Size Range
1952-2000 sqft
Age Of Building
8 years

Overview
Steps from the bustling intersection of College and Bathurst and next door to Toronto’s Kensington Market neighbourhood, Lippincott Living is a community of urban townhomes designed for young homeowners who desire a highly modern residence.
Built in 2010, the complex contains just eight Toronto condos for sale and for rent, all of which feature three-storey floor plans with open-concept layouts allowing for complete homeowner personalization. The interiors showcase designer finishes and the complex as a whole was constructed with many eco-friendly innovations to match the green-living concerns of modern residents. With their smart and sleek design and finishes, the townhomes of Lippincott Living stand at the forefront of contemporary, sustainable living.
Situated next door to Kensington Market, Lippincott Living is also only a short TTC trip to Toronto’s Entertainment District, Financial District, and just a short walk to Bloor Street and University of Toronto.

Most Notable Features
Youthful location: A great space for graduate students and young working professionals, Lippincott Living is just steps from a bumping nightlife scene at College and Bathurst, as well as Kensington Market. Home to many cafes and laid-back restaurants, the area attracts many students from nearby University of Toronto and Ryerson University.
Green living: Lippincott Living is recognized as a modern residence with a commitment to eco-friendly innovations. From the waste-reduction methods used during construction to the green ‘living-roofs’ and ‘argon-filled' sealed glass windows that naturally control heating and cooling, Lippincott Living is designed to make the modern homeowner feel good about their environmental impact.
The urban townhome: The ‘urban townhome’ is a unique entity among downtown Toronto condos these days. Often intended for young professionals and first time buyers, they offer a house-like space with all the features and finishes of a condo apartment. In a way, they are a good starting point for anyone who wants to one day buy own a real house.

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Building Details 56 Lippincott St

Storeys:
1
Units:
8
Corp #:
TSCC-2122
Management Company:
Pets
Parking Garage

Maintenance Fees at Lippincott Living cover:

Common Element
Building Insurance
Parking
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286
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 286th

Highest price per sqft out of 438 condos in Downtown

$
862
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $862/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 56 Lippincott St, Toronto

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15.4
%
Area Comparison : -15.4%

77
days
Avg days on Market : 77 days

At the Lippincott Living

2
units
Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at Lippincott Living within the past twelve months

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About 56 Lippincott St, Toronto


Located in one of Toronto’s most pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods, Lippincott Living is bounded by College Street to the north, Dundas Street to the south, with Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street to the east and west. In other words, you’re right in the heart of all the action. Considered the city’s vintage capital, Kensington Market is an ever-popular site for thrift-shopping, craft-beer drinking, and espresso musing. You’re also right beside the culturally rich Chinatown and Queen Street West to the south, making it certain that you’ll never run out of places to explore. Some fun local joints to check out include Sneaky Dee’s on College Street for amazing nachos and live music, Urban Herbivore on Oxford Street for delicious vegetarian snacks, and Café Pamenar for a trendy espresso bar, plus many more.
Groceries and other household needs can be picked up among the many vendors and specialty food stores of Kensington Market as well as Chinatown. And for other name brand items, you can stop by Metro on College Street.
The area has some quaint green spaces such as Bellevue Square along Augusta Avenue, plus Alexandra Park south of Dundas Street. Both are great outdoor spaces with trees, benches, even a public swimming pool.

If you are reliant on transit, don't fear, Lippincott Living has a TTC Bus Stop (BATHURST ST AT COLLEGE ST) only steps away. It also has (Bus) route 307 Bathurst Night Bus, and (Bus) route 511 Bathurst close by. BATHURST STATION - EASTBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also a 12-minute walk. If you're driving from 56 Lippincott St, you'll have decent access to the rest of the city by way of Gardiner Expressway as well, which is within a few minutes drive using Rees St ramps.