ARTISTS' ALLEY BY LANTERRA DEVELOPMENTS
Artists' Alley is a new mixed-use condominium development currently in pre-construction near University Avenue and Dundas Street West in Toronto, Ontario by Lanterra Developments.
Lanterra Developments purchased the property on 234 Simcoe Street and plans to replace the existing office building with three mixed-use buildings. One of the proposed buildings will be 54 storeys in height and the other two proposed buildings will be 17 and 22 storeys in height. Total gross floor area is about 83,612 square metres. There will be ground floor retail use space in all of the three buildings and the building fronting on to Simcoe Street will also have four levels of commercial office use space. There's also a residential building with "articulated garden terraces throughout". The proposal will have a 12 metre wide pedestrian walkway at ground level that separates the buildings to "enable pedestrian flow through and between spaces". Artists' Alley Condos is located close to all amenities such as parks, schools, shops, restaurants and office buildings. You can literally find everything here. This development site is situated in the Grange Park neighbourhood of downtown Toronto which is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario College of Art and the Ontario Crafts Council. Grange Park is located right between the Chinatown district and also the Bay Street Corridor which is one of Toronto’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. These neighbourhoods have a walk score of either 99 or 100 and all have a transit score of 100! Bascially, you can easily get around by foot or transit. The Financial District, the Hospital District and the Discovery District are all within walking distance. Artists' Alley is located near the Toronto City Hall, Nathan Philips Square, the Toronto Eaton Centre, Ryerson University, OCAD University, the University of Toronto, Mount Sinai Hospital, the Hospital for Sick Children, the Toronto General Hospital, Osgood Hall, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, Canada's Walk of Fame and much much more.