Toronto
St Lawrence on the Park at 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto 0
St Lawrence on the Park at 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto 1

St Lawrence on the Park

65 Scadding Ave, Toronto

by Victoria & Lawrence (Yorktown) Ltd
For Sale
1
For Rent
1
Average Psf
$773(past 365 days)
Size Range
421-3,965 sqft
Age Of Building
32 years

Overview
St. Lawrence on the Park can be found on Scadding Avenue between Princess Street and Aitken Place. Just across the street from a tree filled green space comprised of several Toronto parks, the 10-storey building maintains a friendly, comfortable atmosphere with 24/7 security and concierge, perfect for first time buyers, professionals, and retirees. On the inside you will discover nearly 250 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, all of which are notably large one or two-bedroom suites.

You can expect comfortable finishes such as hardwood floors, ceiling lights, broad counter space, and bright windows. Not to mention a great list of amenities that compliments both energetic and relaxing lifestyles. Equal distance from both the St. Lawrence Market and Toronto’s historic Distillery District, all the charm and excitement of the area surrounds you, plus you’re within walking distance of Yonge Street and Union Station.

Most Notable Features
Life on the park: St. Lawrence on the Park definitely delivers on its name. Living right across the street from a tree-filled strip of parks that stretch from Lower Jarvis all the way to Parliament Street, residents will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Perfect for jogging and biking, relaxing in the shade of a tree, playing in the snow, and getting the kids outside for some fresh air.
Indoor swimming pool: St. Lawrence on the Park has an energetic list of amenities comparable to many high-end downtown Toronto condos. You will really like the building’s indoor swimming pool, and afterwards you can spend a relaxing evening on the rooftop sundeck.
Downtown TTC access: With a quaint and quiet vibe, living in the St. Lawrence Market area can sometimes feel like a world away from downtown. But for residents at St Lawrence on the Park, there is a westbound bus stop just across the park that can take you into Toronto’s core in 15 minutes.

map
View St Lawrence on the Park location

Building Details 65 Scadding Ave

Storeys:
10
Units:
249
Corp #:
MTCC-782
Management Company:
Pets
Concierge
Public Transit
Visitor Parking
Parking Garage
Sauna
Security Guard
Security System
Indoor Pool

Maintenance Fees at St Lawrence on the Park cover:

Common Element
Building Insurance
Parking
Water
105 - 65 Scadding Ave
Create an account
$999,999
105 - 65 Scadding Ave
Sign up 
or
 Log in 
to view
410
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 410th

Highest price per sqft out of 457 condos in Downtown

+
12.2
%
condo Values : +12.2%

Year over year change in values at 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto

$
773
/sqft
Avg. Price per Sqft : $773/sqft

Based on 10 recent sales at 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto

$
2.87
/sqft
Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $2.87/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto

-
23.3
%
Area Comparison : -23.3%

Less expensive than St. Lawrence condos for sale

23
days
Avg. days on Market : 23 days

At the St Lawrence on the Park

Show All (2)
For Sale
For Rent

About 65 Scadding Ave, Toronto

There are a lot of great restaurants nearby 65 Scadding Ave, like Cluck Clucks, Mom And Pops and Bolet's Burrito, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Tim Hortons located at 176 Front Street E. Groceries can be found at Luciano's No Frills which is not far and you'll find St. Lawrence Pharmacy a short walk as well. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than Parliament Interpretive Centre, Museum of Illusions and Toronto's First Post Office & Museum to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Nightwood Theatre and Imagine Cinemas Market Square are some of your nearby choices around St Lawrence on the Park. 65 Scadding Ave is a 4-minute walk from great parks like Sherbourne Common, David Crombie Park and Little Trinity Church Lands.


There are many TTC options either on Front Street bus routes, King Street streetcar, or the Yonge-University subway line. The area is bicycle friendly, with new and expanding bike lanes on Richmond and Adelaide. If you own a car, you can hop on the Gardiner Expressway in minutes via the Lower Jarvis onramp.

What Residents Are Saying
“This is an excellent. well maintained, friendly building with 82% owner-occupied.”
- CondoAdvisory.com