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New Town of York

135 George St S, Toronto

By Westok Holding
For Sale
0
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$660(past 365 days)
Size Range
1295-1620 sqft
Age Of Building
37 years

Overview
Found at the corner of George Street South and Front Street East, New Town of York is a conventional-looking 10-storey midrise offering 51 boutique Toronto condos for sale and for rent. The suites are notably generous in both size and layout, and the building amenities will keep residents active and relaxed. Offering a quaint experience of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you are just a short and pleasant stroll away from the many restaurants, shops, cafes and bars of the area, while enjoying quiet nights and calm mornings. If the downtown area catches your eye, you can zip over in minutes either on foot or hop on the King Street streetcar to enjoy the thrill of Yonge Street and the bustle of Toronto’s Financial District.

Most Notable Features
A quieter vibe: Just a short walk east of the main St. Lawrence Market strip, New Town of York resides on the residential, tree-lined George Street South, making for a quieter and more serene atmosphere. It could be a nice place for retirees who finally want that place beside the market, or young professionals who desire a quieter space to live and work.
Generous suite layouts: With suite sizes and layouts ranging anywhere from 900 to 1600 square-feet, New Town of York offers a lot of space for residents who want a more expansive home, while remaining in a highly sought-after downtown location. Some units are even large enough for wood-burning fireplaces.
Active amenities: New Town of York offers an array of active and exciting amenities including a fitness centre and a sunny rooftop terrace with BBQ area. Most notably, residents can enjoy an indoor swimming pool and racket ball court, a great way to stay active during the winter months, have fun, and meet new people.

For More info see the building website www.mtcc573.ca

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Building Details 135 George St S

Storeys:
10
Units:
51
Corp #:
MTCC-573
Pool
Pets
Public Transit
BBQ Permitted
Bike Parking
Parking Garage
Sauna
Security System
Squash Court

Maintenance Fees at New Town of York cover:

Cable TV
Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Building Insurance
Parking
Condominium Taxes
Water
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condo Values : +15.1%

Year over year change in values at 135 George St S, Toronto

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660
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $660/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 135 George St S, Toronto

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2.37
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.37/sqft

Based on 4 recent rentals at 135 George St S, Toronto

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27.5
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Area Comparison : -27.5%

Less expensive than St. Lawrence condos for sale

10
days
Avg days on Market : 10 days

At the New Town of York

2
units
Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at New Town of York within the past twelve months

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At the intersection of George Street South and Front Street East, an exciting and charmed downtown Toronto experience awaits you. With an inexhaustible list of bars, restaurants and clubs surrounding you, plus art galleries, theatres, shopping outlets, The Distillery District to the east, Queen Street live music, the Eaton Centre, and the St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market venders and boutiques, you’ll always have something to do. A few local hot spots to check out include Paganelli’s Risotteria on Front Street for house-made pasta and northern Italian cuisine, George Street Diner at the corner of Richmond, and Petit Dejeuner on King Street East for a delicious Belgian style brunch.
Groceries can be found at Metro on Front street, Loblaws on Lower Jarvis, and of course the St. Lawrence Market. As well you’ll disocover many parks in this area such as St. James Park and David Crombie Park.
If you want a night out, you can enjoy a film at the quaint Rainbow Cinemas, or take in a show at St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, not to mention the cultural inspirations at The Beauchamp Art Gallery.

Travel 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.