St. Lawrence Market Condos are located in an area that is best-known for its world famous food market. St. Lawrence Market is at the heart of downtown — bordered by Yonge Street and steps from the financial district on Bay Street. The area combines convenience with culture, and offers the best in food and shopping. Bordering the St. Lawrence area is Yonge Street, King Street, Parliament Street and Front Street.
There are plenty of reasons to make St. Lawrence Market Condos your home: Saturday Farmers market; Sunday Antique Market; and a wide variety of amazing restaurants, cafes and pubs. Conveniently located within walking distance to all urban amenities, St. Lawrence Market has over 100 vendors, bakers and artisans. On weekends, you can also find antiques and produce here.
Residents of St. Lawrence Market Condos find the LTR highly convenient for travelling to nearby areas. There are many LTR stops in and around the area. There is also the 504 King streetcar running through the neighbourhood and connecting to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line and the Bloor-Danforth line. Gardiner Expressway is just a few minutes from St. Lawrence Market Condos.
Residents can also access the nearby Union Station, a major transit station on Front St W. Near to the Union railway station is the Union Station bus terminal. Exhibition GO station is another nearby train station. It serves on the Lakeshore West line.
Situated near a major public market of Toronto, St. Lawrence Market Condos are located in a vibrant neighbourhood that boasts of high-end restaurants, stores and hotels. When it comes to food, nothing matches St. Lawrence Market. It was named the world’s best food marked by the National Geographic in 2012. St. Lawrence Market South lies on the southern side of Front Street and has many restaurants, food stalls and the St. Lawrence Market Gallery. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday.
Major redevelopment is taking place in St. Lawrence Market North building. Its markets have moved temporarily to the south of the South building. Replacing the old building that was built in 1968, a new four-storey construction with atrium will be constructed. A central location in downtown Toronto, St. Lawrence Market Condos is a desirable address surrounded by the best in culture, education, shopping and entertainment.
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