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The French Quarter Ⅱ

115 Richmond St E, Toronto

For Sale
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For Rent
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Average Psf
$799(past 365 days)
Size Range
522-1411 sqft
Age Of Building
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Overview

If you’re seeking a beautiful Toronto condo for sale or for rent with a touch more grace and refinement yet still located in a trendy and lively neighbourhood, The French Quarter II could be the place for you. Jointly part of the French Quarters condominium complex, The French Quarter II is located in the northwest edge of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, facing Richmond Street. Built to bring European refinement to downtown Toronto condos, the building offers a charming, Parisian inspired design and feeling, with 80 available units ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus den, enjoyable amenities, and an ideal downtown location.

Most Notable Features

Steps to Toronto’s best: In the northwest corner of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you’re the closest you can get to Toronto’s downtown core, Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre, Nathan Phillips Square, and the Financial District, while still living within reach of the popular St. Lawrence hot spots like the Distillery District and the farmers' market. If you like the historic charm and relaxing parks of the Old Town area, but want the liberty of stepping easily into Toronto’s core, the French Quarter II on Richmond is a spot to consider. Refinement meets comfort: With suites featuring nine-foot ceilings, bright Julliette or full balconies, and mostly open concept kitchen and dining, The French Quarter creates a blend of Parisian elegance and comfortable modern living, whether your a young professional or a family. Thrive downtown: With the Financial District right down the street, George Brown College on Adelaide, and CMU College of Makeup Art and Design around the corner, plus many more dance and design studios surrounding you, The French Quarter II really is an excellent spot for young, working professionals, from business to creative and performing arts.

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Building Details 115 Richmond St E

Storeys:
11
Units:
80
Corp #:
TSCC-1594
Rooftop Deck
Concierge
Public Transit
Party Room
Visitor Parking
Elevator
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security Guard
Security System

Maintenance Fees at The French Quarter Ⅱ cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Hydro
Building Insurance
Water
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341
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 341th

Highest price per sqft out of 437 condos in Downtown

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1.3
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condo Values : +1.3%

Year over year change in values at 115 Richmond St E, Toronto

$
799
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $799/sqft

based on 3 recent sales at 115 Richmond St E, Toronto

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3.48
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.48/sqft

based on 7 recent rentals at 115 Richmond St E, Toronto

12
days
Avg days on Market : 12 days

at the The French Quarter Ⅱ

3
units
Sales Volume : #3

condos sold at The French Quarter Ⅱ within the past twelve months

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About 115 Richmond St E, Toronto

Living within the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you’ll have everything you need just outside your door. Enjoy the boutique shops of the Distillery District, and the fresh farmer’s produce at the St. Lawrence Market. Check out local gems such as Triple A Bar at Jarvis and Adelaide, Carbon Bar on Queen Street, and Fehrenheit Coffee on the ground floor of The French Quarter on Lombard. For groceries and other household items stop by King Groceries on King Street or Metro on Front Street. Also, car owners take note: just up the street, at Jarvis and Richmond, you’ll find a Petro Canada gas station. For a stroll in the park you have several options, among them St James Park, Moss Park, and the grounds of the Metropolitan United Church.

Navigate 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.