This nine-storey, 134-suite condominium will be located at the corner of Dovercourt Road and Queen Street West in the heart of Queen West. Local landmarks include The Drake Hotel – one of the city’s trendiest restaurant, concert and nightclub venues, all in one. Also just down the street is The Gladstone Hotel.
On Saturday, January 10th before noon, join cultural concierge Betty Ann Jordan at The Gladstone at 1214 Queen Street West for a curated Walking Tour of Toronto’s Art and Design District. Tours begin in The Gladstone Hotel lobby at 12pm sharp and end at 2:15 pm. Cost is $25 per person or $40 for two. Groups are advised to book ahead. Visit the website to learn more here.
Speaking of great design, be sure to check out the new release of suite designs at Ten93 Queen West. Prospective buyers can choose from an exciting array of new layouts ranging in size from a 470-square-foot one bedroom to an expansive, 1,015-square-foot three bedroom. Prices for the new suites range from $280,500 to $566,000. While the holidays may be over, Pemberton is still embracing the giving spirit with its current special incentives. See a sales representative for full details.
The new designs feature the same high-quality features and finishes found in all the suites — custom-style cabinetry, quartz kitchen countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, pre-finished wood flooring, nine- to 11-foot ceilings, champagne-bronze bathroom fixtures, deep soaker tubs and frameless glass showers, all as per plan.
While the surrounding neighbourhood of Queen Street West offers plenty of entertainment, residents will be able to awe their guests with Ten93’s own exceptional amenities. In addition to bringing new retail to the area, the ground floor will feature a cosmopolitan lobby with inviting decor. There’s also a party room with a fireplace, dining area, kitchen and lounge seating. The fitness centre will include cardio and weight training equipment, as well as a stretching area. Many summer evenings will likely be spent on the outdoor terrace, which is equipped with gas barbecues, al fresco dining areas and lush greenery.
Looking to experience more of the Queen West buzz yourself? From January 17th to February 1st, The Theatre Centre, at 1115 Queen St. West, and Project: Humanity will present Small Axe, a play that explores one artist’s examination of the question: How do we justly engage with an injustice? Created by playwright/performer Andrew Kushnir, director Alan Dilworth, and Project: Humanity (the company behind the award-winning The Middle Place).
Get $20 tickets to Small Axe with the discount code 1093. (Valid on Regular priced tickets only. Additional service charges apply). Click here to buy online.
Project: Humanity and The Theatre Centre are partnering with the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (Black CAP) as a community partner. Following every performance of Small Axe, Black CAP will be moderating a voluntary post-show dialogue with audience members. The Theatre Centre is committed to providing audiences with a safe space to respond to and discuss questions brought up by the play. Programming alongside the production will also include a visual art exhibit, student performances and workshops, and a fundraising partnership with Dwayne’s House, a Jamaican LGBT organization looking to provide a permanent shelter for homeless gay, lesbian, and transgender youth in Kingston, Jamaica.
Project: Humanity has launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to subsidize this community/youth outreach component. To find the link and watch their campaign video please click here.
Queen West’s design boutiques, art galleries, coffee shops and theatres have made it a favourite among creative types. It’s little wonder it was named the second coolest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue magazine!
For more information visit PembertonGroup.com or call 416 546 6355.