The United BLDG. Condo is a part of Toronto’s heritage inventory owned by Davpart, a real estate investment and property management company. The projects calls for a 55-storey structure with 748-dwelling units, plus upscale office space.
B + H Architects is designing this contemporary building which will comprise of 134-bachelor suites, 328-one bedroom units, 219-two bedroom suites and 67-three bedroom units.
The design is submitted for a classic and stately office complex with limestone columns lining a widened sidewalk along University Ave. Above, the tower will boast sleek, contemporary lines as it rises dramatically above the bustling downtown core.
Living at The United BLDG. will give you all sorts of choice when it comes to getting around. Luxury condos are something that is rare in this central upscale vicinity with a perfect 100/100 WalkScore so don’t miss your opportunity to live in this highly sought after development.
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Just moments to many desirable amenities, conveniences and superb transit access makes United BLDG. an ideal investment.
Located in the Bay Street Corridor neighbourhood of downtown Toronto, the condominiums of United BLDG. offer an array of fashion boutiques, cultural and entertainment venues, speciality markets, coffee shops and some of the city’s hottest restaurants. This area is home to wonderful attractions such as the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario College of Art and the Ontario Crafts Council.
Residents of United BLDG. will have easy access to the Toronto Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, Yonge-Dundas Square, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Financial District and luxury shopping in Yorkville. Its close proximity to both the University of Toronto and Ryerson University and major Toronto hospitals will appeal to students and families alike.
The Bay Street Corridor is a commuter’s dream and offers a perfect 100/100 TransitScore. Residents of The United Bldg. will be only steps away from the Osgoode and St. Patrick Subway Line.
Every great city has its iconic avenue, rich in history and heritage. New York has Park Avenue, Paris has Avenue Champs-Élysées, and Toronto has University Avenue, its most ceremonial Grand Avenue.
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