Artists Alley – One of Toronto’s Most Visually Stunning Projects
Artists’ Alley at Simcoe and Dundas has been causing a big stir in the Toronto real-estate scene. The original design was already stunning, but the re-envisioned design, comprised of 40, 35 and 17 storey towers will likely win many awards when the project is finally launches this spring.
Narrower podiums create more room between the three buildings, adding greater walkability to the planned pedestrian plaza on St. Patrick Street. Hariri Potarini have been known to create stunning works, such as the award winning One Bloor Condos.
Live in the Heart of the City
Artists’ Alley Condos is located in the heart of the Grange Park neighourhood, where you will find such attractions as the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario College of Art and the Ontario Crafts Council. Grange Park is located conveniently between the Bay Street Corridor and Chinatown, allowing for seamless transitions from work and play to shopping and entertainment.
Easy Downtown Living
The neighbourhoods in this area all have perfect or near-perfect walk and transit scores, meaning getting around is as easy as it can get in Toronto. Best of all, you are within walking distance to the Hospital District, Financial District and Discovery District. Minutes to Toronto City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, Eaton Centere, Ryerson University, University of Toronto, OCAD University, The Royal Alexandra theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall and so much more! When you are living at Artists’ Alley, you are connected to the heart of the city, and can get around the downtown core with true ease.