Phoebe on Queen is like a neighbourhood within a neighbourhood.
It's three different condo buildings in different, yet complementary architectural styles, united around a lovely courtyard garden to create a real sense of community. The design of the buildings is an echo of the history of Queen West with nods to the brick warehouse industrial past, traditional row houses and the new sleek look of glass and metal lofts.
18 Beverley Street is a 9-storey condo that connects to 25 Soho Street, a row of townhouses that connects to 11 Soho Street, a 6-storey condo with only 38 suites. So many options in one outstanding location created by a developer known for thoughtful attention to quality details.
Most Notable Features
Family Friendly: The smaller size of the buildings paired with the largest private green space in downtown Toronto encourages residents to come together and socialize. Also worth noting is the number of larger two- and three- bedroom suites. With the housing market more and more difficult to enter into, condos with plenty of bedrooms are always a big plus, especially in such a prime central location.
Pet Friendly: The Phoebe allows residents two pets and has no restrictions against larger dogs. Not only that, it's less than a five minute walk to Grange Park or around 10 minutes walk to Clarence Square Dog Park. Urban pet paradise!
Car Friendly: There is underground parking available for you and your visitors and one of the building's amenities is a car wash station. You might not need to drive in Queen West, but at the Phoebe on Queen you can keep your car at the ready for when you'd like to travel further afield.
Queen West is overflowing with independently owned boutiques, cafés, pubs and restaurants so you will have no shortage of shopping and dining options. Grab a coffee from Dark Horse Espresso Bar or Little Nicky's, or something from Second Cup or Starbucks. If you'd like a meal, HoSu Bistro, Le Bistingo, Peter Pan Bistro and the Rivoli, along with hundreds more are within an easy walk. You can pick up groceries from any one of a number of small stores nearby, or at Loblaws, about a 10-minute walk away. You're just down the street from the Art Gallery of Ontario, and around the corner from the largest collection of art galleries in Toronto. The Entertainment District and King West are just blocks away.
You are a two-minute walk from the 501 streetcar that runs along the length of Queen Street from east to west. Osgoode subway station is just around the corner, connecting you to the TTC Yonge-University-Spadina line and Union Station for GO Transit, VIA Rail and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport.
If you'd rather drive, you can reach the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp in about 5 minutes to connect you to major highways.
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