365 Church Street Condos for Sale

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365 Church Street Condos for Sale

Church and Carlton

 

365 Church Street is a condo tower by Menkes, the same developer who built the Four Seasons Residences and Pears on the Avenue. 365 Church Street is designed by Wallman Architects with interior design by Studio Munge. There is also retail and commercial space on the ground floor of the complex. It is expected to be ready for occupancy in 2017.

365 Church stands at 29 storeys and is comprised of approximately 356 units. Units range in size from studio (377 sq ft) to three bedroom suites (948 sq ft). Some of the units feature custom designer kitchens, 9 foot ceilings and large wrap-around balconies. There is also a selection of contemporary townhouses on the lower floors.

Building amenities include:

  • Party Room
  • Fitness Room
  • Theatre Room
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Guest Suites
  • 24/7 Concierge

365 Church has plenty of local amenities within a 500 metre radius. It is located on Church just South of Carlton, a short walk to the Church-Wellesley Village. There are many great bars, restaurants and dance clubs all located within a few city blocks of each other. It is a short walk to Yonge Street and College Subway Station, making it easy for transit access. There is also one of the nicest Loblaws in the city close by at the corner of Church and Carlton, where the old Maple Leaf Gardens used to be.

 

 

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Yossi

Yossi Kaplan is a Toronto Real Estate Agent, Mortgage Agent and a Real Estate investor. Call Yossi with any question regarding investing in and selling your Toronto Real Estate.

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