Garden District Condos is a New Condo by Hyde Park located at Shuter St & Church St, Toronto.
Hyde Park and The Sher Corporation presents the Garden District Condos to a pocket of Toronto going through a major revamping. Designed by ArchitectsAlliance, Garden District Condos will bring modernity to the transforming Garden District neighbourhood.
This asymmetrical tower will rise from a heritage structure at the base of the building with two-storey townhomes lining the ground level, 5,400 sq ft of indoor amenity space and 1,238 sq ft of outdoor amenity space. Parking spots are limited to a proposed 48 spots located in the underground lot. 252 bicycle spaces will be on-site as well.
Welcome to Garden District
The Garden District Condos is located at the corner of Church and Shuter Street and nestles in the middle of the most exhilarating part of the city. This historic neighbourhood, named after one of Toronto’s oldest parks, Allen Gardens, is also known for various world-famous landmarks including, Massey Hall, Maple Leaf’s Garden, St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica and The Toronto Eaton Centre.
Just Outside The Doors of the Garden District Condos
The University of Toronto
Baptist Seminary & Bible School
The Toronto Eaton Centre: home to 235 stores and services
Loblaws & LCBO
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre
St. Michael’s Hospital
Buppha Thai Restaurant
Residents will never be too far from anything they need!
This area is heavily serviced by the TTC which is why the transit score is 100/100. The Garden District Condos is a 10-minute walk to the Dundas Subway Station which connects the neighbourhood to the GTA. Alternatively, nearby Dundas and Queen streetcars run 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Gardener Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are both easily accessible for driving in and out of the city.
College & University Students
The Garden District Condos couldn’t be more ideal for Ryerson students. Located one intersection away, Ryerson University buildings are just an 8-minute walk away from 81 Shuter Street.
University of Toronto Students can walk, take transit or drive to school in under 30 minutes.
Toronto’s world-class subway line will transfer George Brown King St and Casa Loma campus students from home to class in 10 minutes.