The 21-storey mixed-use development located in Toronto’s up-and-coming east end has now sold close to 95 per cent of its 279 units — and it’s still in the pre-construction phase.
Given East United’s impressive list of amenities and its convenient location, this early success shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Ideally located at 95 Berkeley Street between King and Queen streets, East United is near the city’s downtown core, the rustic boutique shops and cafes of the Distillery District, and revitalized Regent Park with its brand new aquatic centre.
The development is also home to a host of amenities such as a jam room, rooftop terrace and even a wellness zone.
Each of these amenities has been carefully laid out: the jam room is just off the party room, providing a venue for impromptu shows; the wellness zone spills over two floors and includes a steam room, hanging meditation pods, and a fitness centre; and the terrace boasts a theatre, cabanas and fire pits.
East United also has a workshop for both practical and creative undertakings. Whether the task be painting a picture or repairing a bicycle, the condo provides residents a place to get it done.
Perched atop an iconic red-brick heritage building, East United preserves the area’s brick-and-mortar heritage while bringing modern conveniences to one of Toronto’s oldest streets.
As few units remain, those interested should act fast before it’s too late.
For more information, register online or call 416 642 7870.