Madison Group’s plans for a stunning new development at the downtown Toronto intersection of Church Street and Richmond Street East continue to take shape. Known as Alias Condos, the proposed buildings will occupy a prime site at 120 Church St in downtown’s east side. This part of Toronto is enjoying a storybook resurgence as developers transform and modernize it, with the new mixed-use project including a residential skyscraper and a multi-level podium with retail facilities.
|Project Name||Alias Condos|
|Location||120 Church St, Toronto, Ontario|
|Development Team||Madison Group|
|Number of Storeys||45|
|Number of Units||495|
|Unit Sizes||1-3 bedrooms|
|Sales Status||Coming Soon – Fall 2021|
Alias Condos: Project Overview
According to the latest plans, Alias will feature:
- 495 condominium suites
- 1,339 square metres of indoor amenity spaces
- 600 square metres of outdoor amenities
- Street-level retail facilities based in a stepped-down low-rise podium that tops out at ten storeys
- Four levels of underground parking with a dedicated bike elevator
These new downtown Toronto condos will extend across three adjacent lots at 114 Church, 120 Church, and 59 Richmond St. E. Notably, they will surround and encompass the popular McVeigh’s Irish Pub, a heritage-designated local landmark, while also adding a 2,131-square foot (198-square metre) public park to the neighbourhood.
The Church Street corridor continues to undergo a dramatic and sweeping modernization, which has transformed it into a trendy high-density downtown lifestyle destination. Developers continue to build and propose new condominium towers along Church Street and surrounding side streets, resulting in one of Toronto’s most exciting revitalization stories.
Residents can easily walk to the Queen TTC subway station, which is just a few minutes away on foot. Local bus routes serve all the adjacent major roads, resulting in a perfect 100/100 Transit Score. The Eaton Centre is also a short stroll away, and the immediate area boasts a complete and diverse lineup of restaurants, supermarkets, beer and liquor retailers, banks, pharmacies, pubs, bars, entertainment options, and professional services.
Other local attractions and highlights include:
- Ryerson University and the University of Toronto’s St. George campus
- Easy access to St. Lawrence Market
- Church and Wellesley Village
- Toronto’s fast-growing King-Parliament employment hub
Overall, residents will enjoy a fully developed urban lifestyle that retains a strong sense of community in a heritage quarter of downtown Toronto.
Become a Part of Toronto’s Resurgent Church Street Corridor
As developers pay more and more attention to the long overdue updating of Church Street, homeowners continue to benefit from increased property values. Yet, future residents of these beautiful new downtown Toronto condos will enjoy much more than financial benefits, as the area offers a dynamic, vibrant vibe that doesn’t feel as overwhelming as most parts of downtown’s west side.
It’s also worth noting that Alias Condos’ location at 120 Church St puts residents within walking distance of multiple major employment corridors, including the Ontario government facilities at Queen’s Park as well as Hospital Row, the Bay Street Financial District, and emerging innovation centres clustered around King and Parliament.
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