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When did stories and storeys come to live together? It happened when Context Development built Toronto’s 100th Public Library as part of the 29-storey Library District Condo. Located near the newly named Mouth of the Creek Park and adjacent to the Fort York National Historic Site, the Library District Condo is close to the energetic King St West area, the Entertainment District, Toronto Island and Lake Ontario. For your convenience the TTC Bathurst streetcar stops right at your door.
The condo’s exterior coloured glass walls along the podium and at its very top will remind you of books on a shelf. The tower draws on the architecture of Fort York and the park at its feet is a well-designed combination of green space and pathways. In the lobby, the book theme is well expressed by the wall of books of every kind, size and colour.
When you are not checking out the best that the Toronto Public Library has to offer in books, music and services, you can enjoy the in-house amenities of The Authors’ Club - a party room, outdoor terraces, an exercise and fitness room, steam saunas meetings spaces, two lounges with TVs and 2 guest suites.
Library District Condo suites on floors 2-7 have 8 ft. ceilings and those on floors 8-29 have 9ft. ceilings. Kitchens have the European look with upper cabinet doors that retract (flip-up), granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms feature a stone countertop and a choice of a single or dual flush toilet. Porcelain tiles are used for the kitchen, bathroom and entryway flooring, pre-engineered hardwood is used in the living and dining areas and carpet in the bedroom.
This is a neighbourhood that will evolve with time giving you the opportunity to take full advantage of the value offered by the Library District Condo. A new park and more residential housing are planned for the future making today’s opportunity a smart investment for the discerning buyer.