122-124 Peter Street Condos in Downtown Toronto
124 Peter Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
122-124 Peter Street condos is a pre-constructed condo situated at 124 Peter Street in Toronto. The developers for the project are Carlyle Communities and Fortress Real Developments. Past projects by Carlyle Communities Fortress include Crestview Commons. Real Developments was the developer for projects such as the Bayview and Sheppard Condos, Link Condos and Villagio Living on Maple. 124 Peter Street offers a number of floor plans including 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom plus den, 2 bedrooms, and 2 bedrooms plus den. The estimated date of completion is not yet known.
124 Peter Street condos are waterfront, so you will be able to obtain great views of the water from the balcony. The Queen Quay Street is situated adjacent to the condo. Queen Quay Street is currently in the process of being redeveloped into a waterfront neighborhood filled with all kinds of recreational amenities. The nearby cultural attractions include The Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts, the Toronto Opera House and the National Ballet of Canada. The Convention Centre is only a short distance away from these waterfront condos.
Staying at 124 Peter Street condo will also give you convenient access to the Sugar Beach and the HTO Park Beach. At Sugar Beach, you will find a number of artificial hills that soundproof the noises from the Queens Quay East traffic. Various types of events are being held at the Harbourfront Centre every year. During the winter months, you can go skating at the skating rink in Sherbourne Common Park. Humber Bay Park is situated at the foot of Mimico Creek. There is a butterfly sanctuary at Humber Bay Park and it also has a series of boardwalks that allow visitors to observe the geese on the lake. There are many forested creeks and rivers in Toronto, which are ideal for carrying out various recreational activities. You can visit the northwestern shoreline of Lake Ontario in Toronto too.
Residents can board on a ferry at the Toronto Island Ferry Terminal to visit the Toronto Island Park. Canoes and kayaks can be rented at the foot of Rees Street. If you enjoy listening to classical music, you can also visit the Music Garden Park. Many classical musical concerts are organized at the Music Garden Park during the summer months. At the Music Garden Park, you can take a stroll on the musical note shaped trail. There are biking and roller blade trails in the waterfront area as well. You can visit the Air Canada Centre to watch hockey and basketball games. The Rogers Centre is the home stadium for soccer teams such as Blue Jays.
This building has a walkability score of 100/100 as it is within walking distances to many amenities. It is situated in close proximity to several cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, pet stores and entertainment venues. It is estimated that there are 682 restaurants within fifteen minutes walking distance. Some of the parks located within close proximity are St. Patrick’s Square and Grange Park. There are a number of schools nearby as well, including Harper Burnham & Associates and Protech Canada. You can easily take a bus at the 501 Queen Stop. The local train station is 301 Queen train station. There are a number of highways situated nearby, including Don Valley Expressway and Highway 427. It is also near to the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.