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Crown Condos is a 182-suite residence coming soon to 223 Princess Street in downtown Kingston. The development by IN8 Development boasts spacious suites equipped with the latest in smart home technology, modern amenities, and a central location within proximity to the best amenities and attractions the city has to offer.

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Sales have officially started and prospective homebuyers are invited to visit the presentation centre located at 227 Princess Street. Visitors will have an opportunity to meet the sales team, view a 3D virtual model of the building, and browse the variety of colour packages and upgrade options available. To book an appointment, call 613 900 2232.

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Crown’s coveted location makes it an ideal option for investors as it provides a premium product to an in-demand area where new-build condominiums are rare. In fact, there are only four high-rise condos in downtown Kingston and two of them were built over 25 years ago. The current supply of rental accommodations consists predominantly of older units in three- and four-storey buildings with high maintenance costs and no onsite amenities. Additionally, with world-class educational institutions like Queens University in town, investors will benefit from the strong demand for high-quality rental accommodations.

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Designed by SRM Architects, the nine-storey mid-rise blends a contemporary design with heritage architecture as it pays homage to the Capitol Theatre. The theatre’s Princess Street façade will be restored to its original grandeur, cementing it as one of downtown’s crown jewels for many years to come. Elements of the historic theatre have also been incorporated into the sleek lobby, providing a grand and welcoming entrance to the building.

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With an impressive Walk Score of 95, local amenities are only steps away along Princess Street, the neighbourhood’s main retail corridor. Here you’ll also find many historic limestone buildings that Kingston is known for, mixed in with shops, services, restaurants and cafes.

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Nearby landmarks include the historic Market Square. Known as the oldest market in Ontario, Market Square is packed with vendors selling quality local produce, prepared foods, garden plants and flowers, and handmade crafts. Crave is another neighbourhood hotspot, offering a fine collection of coffees and baked goods, while Barcadia features 45 arcade games, cocktails and over 20 rotating brews on tap.

Those who need to venture outside of the downtown core will enjoy convenient access to Kingston Transit’s Downtown Transfer Point. Situated just 300 metres from Crown, at the corner of Brock and Bagot streets, the transit hub allows passengers to transfer between multiple bus routes that serve the city in all directions.

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Priced from the $400,000s, the suites at Crown Condos offer exceptional value with thoughtfully-designed layouts that come well-appointed with the latest in designer features and finishes. Every suite is equipped with a smart home technology package, allowing residents to monitor and control their living environment at home or from their mobile device. The package consists of a smart door/lock system, smart lighting and a smart thermostat.

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Within the development, residents will have access to a wealth of private amenities designed with convenience, health and entertaining in mind. This includes a state-of-the art fitness centre and yoga studio, a multi-purpose room for parties and gatherings, onsite secure parcel delivery lockers, EV charging stations and storage for over 200 bicycles. Outdoor amenities feature a 4,000-square-foot rooftop terrace that comes complete with barbecues, dining and lounge areas, landscaping and outdoor activity space.

To learn more about Crown Condos or to book an appointment at the sales centre, visit crowncondos.com.

For more information, please call 647 576 2350 from Toronto or 613 900 2232 from Kingston.

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