One Park Lane Ⅰ at 280 Simcoe St, Toronto 0
One Park Lane Ⅰ at 280 Simcoe St, Toronto 1

One Park Lane Ⅰ

280 Simcoe St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$719(past 365 days)
Size Range
1,033-1,519 sqft
Age Of Building
41 years

A well-established property with a great location on Simcoe Street near Dundas and University, One Park Lane I is a generous residence in every respect with a lot of selling points.
Built in 1981, this elegant three-towered structure is joined via a stunning glass-enclosed lobby, offering 130 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. With a green landscaped entranceway that even features a fish pond, One Park Lane I has a welcoming feeling that starts at the front doors and permeates all 16-storeys. The suites range in size and style from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, with expansive floor plans that allow spacious living areas and large bedrooms, plus full eat-in kitchens and lots of storage space. It’s a ‘more is more’ philosophy that continues right on to the building amenities, designed for every type of active living.
Situated in a very central area near University Avenue, residents can take advantage of all the urban attractions from the Eaton Centre, Queen West, the Art Gallery of Ontario, University of Toronto and Ryerson University, plus a long list of restaurants and bars.

Most Notable Features
Well-established property: Completed in 1981, One Park Lane I has been a modern condo residence for over 30 years. As a tenured building, well managed and updated over the years, this property might be less flashy than other Toronto condos but it offers the type of established value that only time can guarantee.
Large suites: One Park Lane I really stands out in the scene of downtown Toronto condos with their generous floor plans, ranging from 1033 to 1519 square-feet. That’s roughly twice to three times as big as a standard condo. So if you’re looking for a home with lots of space, separate kitchen, maybe enough room for an office, then One Park Lane I is worth checking out.
Coveted amenities: One Park Lane I boasts first-class amenities designed for every style of active living. Whether you like starting your day with a morning swim, breaking a sweat with a squash racket in your hand, or playing pool in the evening, One Park Lane I has it all. There is even a large rooftop patio with a furnished solarium.

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Building Details

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Public Transit
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security Guard
Security System
Squash Court
Indoor Pool

Included in Maintenance Fees

Cable TV
Air Conditioning
Common Element
Building Insurance
Price Per Sqft Rank: 430th

Highest price per sqft out of 448 condos in Downtown

condo Values : -2.5%

Year over year change in values at 280 Simcoe St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $720/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 280 Simcoe St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $2.64/sqft

Based on 7 recent rentals at 280 Simcoe St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -44.2%

Less expensive than Grange Park condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 41 days

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About 280 Simcoe St, Toronto

With a spacious condo at 280 Simcoe Street you will live very close to some of Toronto’s most interesting attractions and just around the block from Grange Park. With The Art Gallery of Ontario, the Ontario College of Art and Design, University of Toronto, and the Annex so close by, this area attracts many artists and students. Homeowners can enjoy the convenience of the Village by the Grange shopping centre and food court for last minute errands and to grab a quick bite.
You’re also very close to nature, with the neighbourhood’s namesake park just one street west. To the south, you'll find Queen Street West and its variety of funky, independently owned boutiques, restaurants and bars with endless options for places to browse, shop, and dine.
All your daily groceries can be picked up at The Market by Longo’s Elizabeth, Grange Market, and Lucky Moose Food Mart. You’re also not far from Yonge-Dundas Square and Toronto’s Eaton Centre.

For those residents of 280 Simcoe St without a car, you can get around quite easily. The closest transit stop is a SubwayStop (ST PATRICK STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM) and is nearby connecting you to Toronto's TTC. It also has (Subway) route 1 Line 1 (yonge university) nearby. If you're driving from One Park Lane Ⅰ, you'll have easy access to the rest of the city by way of Gardiner Expressway as well, which is within a 4-minute drive using Bay St ramps.

Prabhjot Singh
Sales Representative Inc., Brokerage