About The Development
Bringing modern flare toward North St. James Town’s re-evolution, Toronto’s largest condominium builder Tridel Developments is launching “Via Bloor” this month – an elegant two-tower plan that spans to heights of 38 and 46 storeys respectively. Right at the corner of Bloor Street & Parliament Street, and only a stone’s throw away from Yorkville, Rosedale, there is a plethora of quickly accessible downtown hot spots. Located next to the Sherbourne TTC station, Tridel’s strategic location of Via Bloor is perfect for residents both young and young-at-heart. Known as one of the most bustling neighbourhoods in Canada, St. James Town is projected to continue exponentially growing into one of the most culturally-diverse areas in the city.
Boasting 372 suites in the 38-story tower, and 397 suites in the 46-story tower, the development project will not only bring new condominiums to St. James Town, but will also introduce new retail opportunities, restaurants, and public spaces to the neighbourhood. With the focus on modern elegance, the project was crafted by architects Alliance, and interiors created by II BY IV DESIGN. Tridel presents the most premium level of design to both condo dwellers and passersby alike.
Via Bloor suites are flexible for any homebuyer, including one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom, two bedroom plus den, and three bedroom suites. Spacious enough for individuals and families in mind, these suites are generously designed, ranging from 522 to 1,167 square feet.
A charming up-and-coming community in a historic part of the city, those who love the outdoors and families will find it perfect for the variety of parks and playgrounds available, including Rosedale Ravine Land Park, Wellesley Park, Craigleigh Gardens Park, and Winchester Park. After a long action plan to revitalize the area, beginning in 2000, great improvements to parks and buildings in the area took place and are continuing to flourish.
As many modern young families begin their collective journey downtown, their search for the best of both worlds can be found here – great city living with a natural community vibe. Nearby cafe and restaurant options are as plentiful as the diversity they reflect – from Greek food on the Danforth, to the quaint coffee shops in Cabbagetown – there is a never-ending selection of places to explore.
As one of the most active areas in Toronto, Bloor and Parliament has a walk score of 82/100 and transit score of 96/100. Those interested in commuting to the downtown core will find it a blessing to only require a 20 minute TTC ride to Union Station, via Bloor. Nestled on the west side of the Don Valley Parkway, the location offers an added bonus for drivers looking to access the rest of the city very quickly, especially by bypassing inner-city traffic.
There are a wide range of schools in the area include Rosedale Heights School of the Arts as well as the ever-unique Branksome Hall Private School. Being in close proximity of the University of Toronto as well as Ryerson University, students and professionals find St. James
Town a perfect place to call home. The convenient TTC stop at the corner of Bloor & Parliament makes commuting a simple task.