A new boutique condominium will soon be constructed at 840 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto. The structure will have 9-storeys and a total of 118 units. Units will range from 575 – 840 sq ft and amenities will match the grandeur of the building. Along with the ground level of Eight Forty Condos, there will be retail spaces and cafes.
Some of the parks near the Eight Forty Condos are the Humewood Park, Hillcrest Park, and Graham Park. Also, food shops are everywhere. You will have a hard time deciding where to eat. These food shops are Mi Tiera, Emma’s Country Kitchen, Pain Perdu, The Stockyards, Mezzetta Restaurant and Tapas Bar, Cocoalatte, El Rincon Mexicano, and Vannis. You can also buy stuff and fresh food from the nearby market and shops like the Hillcrest Market, Olive Oil Emporium, Jug Town, Mabel’s Bakery and Specialty Foods, Imperial Fruit Market, Variety Tobacco, and El Eden Ecuatoriano.
Schools, which are minutes away from Eight Forty Condos, are the Oakwood Collegiate Institute, St. Clare Catholic Elementary School, Hudson College, and Loretto College School. Aside from this, Eight Forty Condo residents can also send their kids to the Children’s Art Studio Inc., where they will learn a thing or two about arts. Banks nearby are RBC Royal Bank, TD Canada Trust, Scotiabank, CIBC Branch, and Bank of Nova Scotia. North York commuters can also reach the nearest light rail transit station fast.
During your free time, you can visit the Wychwood Barns Community Gallery, read books at the Toronto Public Library – Wychwood, Toronto Public Library – Dufferin/St. Clair, or bring out the zen and relieve all the stressed muscles at Moksha Yoga.
Worsley Urban will develop the Eight Forty Condo. They are known for their notable works such as The Roncy in Roncesvalles Village and Kew in Kippendavie Avenue.