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Market Wharf


3 Market St




corp #
TSCC 2198
building type
Context Development
number of suites
property mgmt co
Goldview Property Management
smallest unit
472 FT2
largest unit
1460 FT2
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What we know about Market Wharf:

Market Wharf is Context Developments latest addition to the St. Lawrence Market area and it's just what the doctor ordered! The podium houses some fantastic 2-storey modern lofts. Context is one of the cities best loft builders (Tip Top Lofts, Kensington Market Loft to name a few) and they have once again delivered another great development. The market street location is one of my personal favourites. The first phase podium has 105 units and stands 8 stories above the bustling city. These units are a striking and welcomed contribution to the Toronto skyline. Market Wharf is a proud participant in eco-friendly home living innovations. Featured in the Globe and Mail for its three rooftop gardens designed to decrease the building’s environmental impact and keep the roof cool in the summer, you can sleep soundly knowing your home is helping sustain the environment.

What's Nearby:

Market Wharf is a 4-minute walk from NEO COFFEE BAR for that morning caffeine fix and if you're not in the mood to cook, Bindia Indian Bistro and Carousel Bakery are near this condo. Groceries can be found at Domino Foods which is not far. Imagine Cinemas Market Square, Heritage Toronto and Museum of Illusions are all within walking distance from 3 Market St and could be a great way to spend some down time.

Getting Around:

Living in this St. Lawrence condo is made easier by the access to the TTC. KING STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway stop is a 5-minute walk. There is also THE ESPLANADE AT MARKET ST Bus Stop with route 121 FORT YORK - ESPLANADE running from 06:16 am to 01:28 am, is only steps away. Access to Gardiner Expressway is within 200 meters away, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city getting on and off at Lower Jarvis St.