st-compressed Trade your hour long commute for a leisurely five minute stroll — your mind and body will thank you for it. Whether you’re a banker in a suit, a techie in a sweatshirt or a restauranteur in an apron, your downtown office is likely within walking distance of The St. Lawrence Condominiums. The two-tower residence is a joint venture between Cityzen and Fernbrook Homes, and sales are launching in July with a presentation centre adjacent to the building site.

Designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, the modernist structure features sharp lines, captivating geometry, reflective glass and precast elements. A 14-storey podium bridges the two towers, which will house a multi-level amenity space. Residents of The St. Lawrence will be able to enjoy its stylish rooftop terrace and party room, with a chef’s kitchen, fireplace, seating areas and dining tables. The Movement Haus fitness centre features state-of-the-art cardio machines and weight-training equipment, and offers access to fitness classes, training and workshops. There’s also a rooftop pool, billiards lounge, guest suites, home theatre and library lounge.

rooftop pool-compressed Suites will boast premium features, finishes and appliances. Floorplans range from 400 to 1,400 square feet and are priced from $289,900. There will be an abundance of corner units, which are sought-after for their city views and natural light.

For many, The St. Lawrence Condominiums’ biggest selling point is the neighbourhood in which it is situated. Front Street has one of Toronto’s lowest vacancy rates, thanks to its proximity to the Financial District, Entertainment District, Distillery District and Queens Quay. With a rich history and nearby attractions like the St. Lawerence Market, The Gooderham Building, Air Canada Centre and Sugar Beach, there’s no shortage of things to do.

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Owning a car isn’t necessary when you live in the heart of downtown Toronto, and The St. Lawrence boasts a WalkScore of 98. When you do need to take transit, hop on the King streetcar or ride the subway from King station. If you’re pressed for time, you can always hail a cab, order an Uber or make use of the city’s bike sharing program. It’s also easy to plan a last-minute weekend getaway from Billy Bishop Airport or ride the UP Express to Pearson for long-haul flights.

Register online today for your invitation to The St. Lawrence Condominiums’ sales launch.

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