Details about the exact unit count are still forthcoming but the developers have indicated they are looking to incorporate a selection of compact and efficiently-laid out condominium suites, mostly with studio or one-bedroom layouts.
Targeting young, urban professionals who work in the creative, tech or media fields and appreciate the high-energy downtown lifestyle, 135 Portland will also make a great option for investors who are looking for an income property in an area popular with professional tenants.
The development will also include 3,500 square-feet of retail space on the first and second floors, and two levels of office space on the third and fourth, making it a truly mixed-use condominium. The building’s design concept will reflect the area’s rich history as an industrial district, featuring prominent brick and oversized windows, complementing many of the existing warehouses that populate the neighbourhood.
Fashion District condos have the advantage of being located in a vibrant neighbourhood undergoing growth and tasteful development. Once home to the city’s primary textile manufacturing hub, this urban pocket still maintains many of its original structures, some of which now house trendy loft condominiums while others house restaurants, art galleries and high-end offices for creative and technology-based organizations.
Thanks to its proximity to the Entertainment District, some of the city’s most A-list-worthy bars, restaurants and clubs are within walking distance, not to mention a trendy collection of galleries and theatres.
135 Portland scores an enviable 100/100 on its Walk Score and a 98/100 on its Transit Score, to the surprise of nobody. All your daily needs are within walking distance and the site is a few minutes’ walk to both the Queen and King streetcars, which connect you with the entire city.
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