Prime Condos is a new pre-construction Condo project located at 319 Jarvis Street in Downtown Toronto. The development is proposed to be a 50-storey building on the southern side of Gerrard Street featuring a 4-storey podium plus a 46-storey tower and including retail space at the street level. The podium will have outdoor amenity spaces on the second and third floors, together with a sprawling wraparound outdoor terrace atop the podium. Be a part of downtown’s ‘places to grow’ where redevelopment will bring more transit, more shops and more places to play, although this neighborhood isn’t lacking any of those perks!
Prime Condos Highlight:
✅located in the Heart area in the City
✅Close to subway station and Public transit
✅Step to the University of Toronto and Ryerson University
✅Many retail shops near by
✅Eaton Centre and Dundas Square
✅Toronto’s Financial Core
✅Supermarket at door step
Why Prime Condos?
Location is the key
Located in the Garden District of downtown Toronto, Prime Condos is close to all urban amenities – upscale restaurants, educational institutes, markets and supermarkets, art centres, clubs, subways, highways, parks, the waterfront and more. Within walking distance from the condos is the Ryerson University, supermarkets, stores, the Eaton Centre shopping mall, numerous upscale restaurants, cafes and bars, clubs, theatres, a sports complex and more. For easy transit, you have numerous LRT stations steps away and subway stations just a short walk far.
The excellent location of Prime Condos makes it easy to reach both Gardiner Expy and Don Valley Pkwy in minutes. This high demand area is close to natural spaces too. The beautiful waterfront just minutes far and the lush greenspaces of the Riverdale Farm, Ramsden Park and the Queen’s Park a short drive/ride away
Perfect Transit Score
PERFECT Transit Score of 100/100 meaning you are in close proximity to a variety of transportation options — 4 Minutes North to the Jarvis St & Carlton St Streetcar, 4 Minutes South to the Dundas St & Jarvis St Streetcar, 10 Minute walk to the College Subway Station where in just 4 short stops you will arrive at Union Station where you will have access to the GO Trains, GO Buses, VIA Rail Canada Trains, as well as UP Express where every 15 minutes you can hop on and travel directly to Toronto Pearson International Airport in just 25 Minutes.
Walk to Everywhere in Downtown Core!
- Short 7 Minute walk to Ryerson University — now that might not mean much to some but there are approximately 43,000 students with only 850 on campus – meaning a huge demand for off campus housing (or only 1/51 Ryerson Students would be able to receive on campus housing accommodations)
- George Brown College is a 4 Minute Commute, OCAD University is a 5 Minute Commute & the University of Toronto is an 5 Minute Commute – what does that mean? 100,000+ Students in Need of Off Campus Housing.
- Ten Minute Walk from all of your shopping needs from the city’s premier urban shopping location, the Eaton Centre, who has over 250+ best-in-class retailers, restaurants and services .
- 5 Minutes to Toronto’s Financial District which is home to over 200,000 jobs .
- The best of Toronto is also in close proximity – with exciting venues such as the Ed Mirvish Theatre, City Hall, Art Gallery of Toronto, St. Lawrence Market, The Hockey Hall of Fame, TIFF Bell Lightbox, CN Tower, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, Harbourfront Centre — just to name a few.
Prime Opportunity for investment
Investing at Prime Condos means the chance of receiving a positive return is promising. Purchasing a unit in a community that is constantly growing adds a sense of security to both investors and home-buyers, not to mention- Prime Condos is set to occupy an area just steps from BMO’s proposed state-of-the-art ‘urban campus’. This employment hub is set to employ 3,500+ people. Ryerson University is just opposite of the upcoming Prime Condos. This University is in high-demand and has unrivaled growth in student admissions over Ontario’s leading schools. Student housing is under-serviced in the Ryerson University area as the housing market has not kept pace with the growth in student population. If 7,000 students continue to enroll in Ryerson University over the next 5 years, the area will need 12 buildings the size of Prime Condos to house them all!