31 Parliament Street In Downtown Toronto
31 Parliament Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
31A Parliament Street Condos is a new per-construction condos project located at 31A Parliment Street, In Toronto, Parliament Street/Lake Shore Blvd. Develop By Cityscape. The Project will have 49 stories with total 495 units. And 4-storey "ribbon" building proposed for the southern edge of Toronto's Distillery District. There have retail space and office uses in the building as well.
31A Parliament Condos Highlights:
- with future Street car and subway Line at the door step
- Distillery District, St.Lawrence Market is located nearby
- close to Lake, Park. the supermarket
- World-class public transportation
- 504 King Streetcar stop is at doorstep
- easy access to Gardiner Expressway & DVP
- Close to Sugar Beach
31A Parliament Street Condos have six parking levels would also be housed within the podium, while the remaining three would be located below grade. In total, 201 parking spaces are proposed, with 188 reserved for residents of the development. Eight spots would be provided for car-sharing, while an additional 5 spots would be reserved for visitors. 632 bicycle parking spaces are also proposed. the Project Come with 283 one-bedroom units, 42 one-bedroom + den units, 149 two-bedroom units, 13 two-bedroom + den units, and 8 three-bedroom units.
The building is designed by Miami-based firm Kirkor, the 167.05-metre high development consists of a terraced podium structure supporting a narrow rectilinear tower above. The massing features step backs and terraces, while the exterior envelope of the podium levels references the massing with a reverse-ziggurat volume of precast concrete panels with pre-finished aluminum reveals, and a similar theme for the canopy sheltering a ground level retail unit, residential entrance, and a vehicular access.
At and above the 44th level of the tower, the building reveals its main design expression, carrying on the ziggurat theme introduced on the podium levels. Three sections of three levels feature west side step backs of 4.3 metres, while the east side features 4.3 metre cantilevers to create a stepping effect for the tower's uppermost levels. The 50th level mechanical penthouse would be fully contained within the uppermost of the three final volumes.
Planning documents reveal that the tower will be clad in clear vision glazing, aluminum spandrel cladding, pre-finished aluminum mullions, extruded metal panels covering slab edges, and clear glass balcony guards with pre-finished aluminum handrails.
The podium levels would contribute to street life with the addition of 368 m2 (3,968 ft2) of commercial space and 35 m2 (382 ft2) of ground floor commercial space. 1,378 m2 of indoor, and 991 m2 of outdoor amenity spaces would be housed in the podium levels, with indoor spaces on three levels and an outdoor podium-top amenity area including an outdoor pool.
This location has a near perfect Walk Score of 92 out of 100. The transit score are 99 out of 100. This location is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include St. James Park, Sculpture Gardens and Sumach-Shuter Parkette.