609 Sherbourne St. is a new condo development by Lanterra Developments currently in preconstruction at 609 Sherbourne St, Bloor St & Sherbourne St. in downtown Toronto. The project will have 4 towers ranging between 46-56 storeys, with a total of 1840 units.
This development is thus being followed by many people who are considering investing in this area. One of the main reasons why many people are interested in this development is because of the good walk and trans scores it has been given because of its strategic location. The walk score is 97 out of 100, and as a result 609 Sherbourne Condos can be considered as a walker’s paradise. People who do not like to drive to do their errands, or simply do not know how to drive, should certainly consider these condos. These condos are also a few minutes away from key areas such as the Bloor-Danforth Subway, the St. James Town West Park, the Asquith Green, and the Cawthra Square Park amongst others. There are also several schools and universities nearby, making the 609 Sherbourne Condos a very good choice for families with kids. To mention just a few that are within close proximity, there are, the York University, The University of Toronto, the Ryerson University, the Al Green Sculpture Studio School, and the TriOS College Business Technology Healthcare. There are also several grocery stores nearby, such as the Cozy Corner, Howards Fruits & Vegetables and the Handy Market.
For those who prefer to go on their errands by bike, this area prides itself of many bike lanes and the terrain is flat. The Trans score is 95 out of 100, which is considerably good. There are also a number of hospitals, restaurants, shopping centers, banks and entertainment facilities within close proximity of the condos.
This development is not only popular because of its location, but also since it is going to offer a nice range of units for people to choose from. In fact there are going to be one bedroom units, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom units and two bedrooms plus den, as well as three bedroom units and the three bedroom plus den.
This project is sure going to revitalize the corner of Bloor and Sherbourne. With 4 towers towering up and almost 2,000 units, this is certainly a project worth keeping an eye on, especially if you are keen to invest in this area.