The Gardens at Queen at 60 Carr St, Toronto 0
The Gardens at Queen at 60 Carr St, Toronto 1

The Gardens at Queen

60-98 Carr St, Toronto

For Sale
2
For Rent
1
Average Psf
-
Size Range
520-2,031 sqft
Age Of Building
14 years

Overview
You can find The Gardens at Queen just north of Queen Street West on Carr Street, tucked away near Alexandra Park. Developed in 2006, this collection of elegant townhomes is a peaceful alternative to high-rise Toronto condos.
Poised between Queen Street West and Kensington Market, The Gardens at Queen offers 177 Toronto condos for sale, ranging between two and three levels with one to two bedrooms. The interiors are bright and spacious open-concept layouts with solid finishes such as hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and rooftop terraces and Juliet balconies. Just a short walk away from the vibrant Queen West neighbourhood, The Gardens at Queen is a popular choice for families, urban professionals and artists. Residents can browse a wide selection of funky cafes, boutiques, galleries and theatres, with easy TTC access to Toronto’s Entertainment District, Financial District, and only a short walk to a Chinatown and Bloor Street.

Most Notable Features
Best of both worlds: The Gardens at Queen is set right in between two trendy and popular Toronto neighbourhoods. If you walk south you will discover Queen Street West, full of boutique shops, interesting restaurants, fun bars and music venues. If you walk north you will enter Toronto’s famed Kensington Market, the hub of bohemian culture, thrift shops, outdoor food markets, and more.
Timeless elegance: Residents of The Gardens at Queen will appreciate the high-end features and finishes that create a sense of timeless elegance. From the large windows, gourmet kitchens, brand name appliances, granite countertops to the individually controlled heating and cooling, The Gardens on Queen offers a style of urban living unmatched among downtown Toronto condos.
Safe and secure: Residents at The Gardens at Queen will appreciate the well-lit underground parking as well as the security cameras for walkways, the parking garage and other common areas to ensure your safety while at home.

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Building Details

Storeys:
2
Units:
177
Corp #:
TSCC-1794
Management Company:
1
BBQ Permitted
1
Parking Garage
1
Pet Restriction
1
Public Transit
1
Rooftop Deck
1
Security Guard
1
Security System

Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Building Insurance
1
Parking
1
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Area Comparison : -100.0%

Less expensive than Alexandra Park condos for sale

17
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Avg. days on Market : 17 days

At the The Gardens at Queen

7
units
Sales Volume : #7

Condos sold at The Gardens at Queen within the past twelve months

5
units
Rental Volume : #5

Condos rented at The Gardens at Queen within the past twelve months

About 60 Carr St, Toronto


Situated in one of Toronto’s most pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods, The Gardens at Queen is bounded by Dundas Street to the north, Queen Street to the south, with Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street to the east and west. In other words, you’re right in the heart of all the action. Just below the city’s vintage capital, Kensington Market, and beside the culturally rich Chinatown, you’ll never run out of places to browse, shop, and dine. Some of the area’s great eateries include Kanto by Tita Flips, Buddha's Vegetarian Foods and NomNomNom Crepes. If you love coffee, Epicure Café and Grill serves up a great brew. If you’re a thespian or theatregoer, be sure to check out the city’s historic and influential Theatre Passe Muraille. Not to mention boutique shopping and restaurants along King West’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts and Queen Street music and shows.
For all your home cooking needs, stop by Loblaws at Queen and Portland, Winstons Grocery, or pop over to the fresh daily vendors of Kensington Market.
And nearby green space is easy to find with Alexandra Park just around the corner. It’s a great outdoor space with trees, benches, even a public swimming pool.

The area is a great place to walk around, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like Adelaide and Richmond. If you want to zip around the city, the Queen streetcar can connect you with north-south lines like Bathurst and Spadina, the Yonge-University subway and Union Station. For car-owners, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue onramp and the 401 via Bathurst and Allen Road.
Alexander Evans
Sales Representative
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