A 22-storey condo tower of sleek glass and steel, Post House is a new feature in the scene of downtown Toronto condos that combines a sharp modern look with historical charm.
Located in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood on George Street near Adelaide Street East, Post House is right beside Toronto’s first post office, now turned Postal Museum, built in 1833. As a modern residence, Post House offers 293 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, with suites ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den. Suite interiors feature open concept layouts, nine to ten-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, private open-air balconies, as well as stainless steel appliances and upgraded baths, creating a chic, modern feel that fully captures the essence of an urban condo. The building amenities are designed for active and social living, replete with 24-hour concierge.
And while Post House is located to the north of the St. Lawrence Market it is still very close to all the neighbourhood attractions plus other destinations like King West, the Distillery District, and Yonge Street’s Eaton Centre.
Most Notable Features
George Brown College: Located within the George Brown College campus, Post House carries an extra appeal or prospective students and educators or anyone who enjoys the vibe of a college campus.
Historical charm: Located next door to Toronto’s first post office, Post House brings a feeling of history into every home. The post office was originally the 4th station in the old town of York, way back when, but was transformed into the first post office of Toronto when the city amalgamated. It went through a variety of owners and uses until it was reclaimed 1983 as a historical site, now offering a physical reminder of Toronto’s past, right beside your home.
Guests welcome: Post House was designed for residents to enjoy inviting friends and family to visit. With visitor parking and fully furnished guest suites, you can host gatherings as though you were living in a hotel. Forget the hassle of street parking and forget the pull-out bed. Your guests can stay in style.
With a home at 105 George Street, residence will have a great time exploring the nearby neighbourhoods. You can walk easily to the St. Lawrence Market, take a trip to the Distillery District, or trek over to Yonge Street or King Street West. Some fun local joints to check out include Petit Dejeuner for Belgian style breakfast and Betty’s for a local watering hole with a truly unique atmosphere across two floors. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Fahrenheit Coffee or The Black Canary.
Local groceries can be found at St. Lawrence Market, plus Metro, Rabba Fine Foods, and Luciano’s NoFrills.
And if you’re a lover of the outdoors, Post House is not far away from Saint James Park and Market Lane Park. Or you can take a trip further east to Rosedale Valley and the Don River trails.
For downtown travel, Post House is just steps from TTC routes on King Street and Queen Street. Not to mention the safe and smooth bicycle lanes along Richmond and Adelaide Streets. If you're driving, you'll have easy access to the rest of Toronto by way of the Gardiner Expressway via the Jarvis St onramp, just a two-minute drive from home.