A two-tower Toronto condo building, The Richmond offers 15 storeys of modern downtown living. Located in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, the spot combines unique history with progressive styles. The Richmond’s distinct two-tower design offers a variety of cool layouts, giving this large condo building a fresh, boutique feel.
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Style and fun at home: Suites range from studios to two-bedrooms plus den, finished with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, washer and dryer, and open and Juliette balconies. The two-tower building shares some solid amenities, such as the two-level gym with a half basketball court, and the indoor sauna and hot tub. Convenience: The Richmond will make you want to walk everywhere, as everything you need is right near by, groceries, cafes, shops, and restaurants. Situated in the middle of three super-market options, you’re just steps from many TTC options for all your quick travel needs.
Right at the corner of Sherbourne, 313 and 323 Richmond Street East, you’ll be living in one of the most beautiful areas of Toronto. Known historically as Corktown, home to the city’s ‘liveliest’ residents, is spot offers everything a St. Lawrence Market condo owner could want. The local scene gives you Café 260 for a mid-morning pause or caffeine pick-up, Fusaro’s Italian kitchen for a delicious lunch or dinner, Ueno Market for the sushi-lovers, and many more. Just a short, wonderful walk away from the fine-dining and boutique shops of Toronto’s Distillery District, the Financial Core, the Eaton Centre, and of course St. Lawrence Market. For a breath of something fresh and green, Moss Park is just up the street. And if you’re looking for a night out, you’re minutes away from Queen Street nightlife, Yonge Street entertainment, and King Street bars and restaurants. You’re really at the heart of it all with a downtown St. Lawrence Market condo at The Richmond.
The building is just a step away from the TTC, the Richmond Street bus and the Queen Street streetcar. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via the Sherbourne Street onramp, only a two-minute drive, making it easier to get around Toronto.