The wait is almost over for the launch of PRIME Condos, a sleek, 45-storey condominium coming soon to 319 Jarvis Street in downtown Toronto’s east end. The much anticipated development by CentreCourt and Centrestone Urban Developments Inc. will launch this April and is currently accepting online registrations.


However, prospective homebuyers can get an exclusive sneak peek on Friday, March 26th by participating in a virtual tour of the project on Livabl’s Instagram Stories. Make sure to follow Livabl and tune into our Stories starting at 11am to join Shalini Karthigesan, Senior Sales and Marketing Manager at CentreCourt, as she takes us through the building’s architecture by Page + Steele IBI Group Architects, luxury amenities and well-appointed suites by Figure3. Viewers will also learn more about the surrounding east end neighbourhood and see some recently completed CentreCourt projects like 411 Church, Core Condos, Grid Condos, and 199 Church Condos (currently in the demolition stage).


Located just north of the gateway intersection of Dundas Street East and Jarvis Street, PRIME is situated within an amenity-rich neighbourhood close to parks, shops and cafes. The area is in the midst of major transformation as new amenities are introduced and new, modern residences are built.

Nearby Allan Gardens is a local landmark and a true hidden gem. The park spans an entire city block and boasts landscaped greenspaces, a dog park, and a historic cast-iron and glass greenhouse with plant life from around the world. Toronto’s famous Yonge-Dundas Square and Eaton Centre is an eight-minute walk away, as are both the Dundas and College TTC stations. Even closer to home is Ryerson University’s Yonge Street campus, home to cutting-edge health science facilities and business and technology incubators.


To learn more about PRIME Condos, visit to register, and be sure to tune into Livabl’s Instagram Stories on Friday, March 26th for the virtual tour.

For more information, register online or call 416-593-5855.

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