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corp #
TSCC 2225
building type
Mid-Rise
Developer
Lamb Development Corp.
number of suites
103
storeys
10
property mgmt co
Icon Property Management
smallest unit
483 FT2
largest unit
2820 FT2
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What we know about Parc:

One of a number of impressive new loft developments from Toronto's Lamb Development Corp, the Parc Lofts sit just South of King Street West, on the East side of Stafford Street looking East over the open space of Stanley Park and towards the Downtown skyline. The location will offer the restaurants and nightlife of the ever-improving King West and Liberty Village and easy access to the Downtown Core. Consistent with the numerous other Brad Lamb Developments underway at the moment, high-end features come as a standard. Units will feature10-foot ceilings, exposed concrete walls, floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors opening onto balconies, patios or terraces. Contact the Mr.Loft team for more information.

What's Nearby:

Want to dine out? There are plenty of good restaurant choices not too far from Parc, like Edulis, Old York Bar & Grill and Ovest Cucina e Vineria, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at White Squirrel Coffee Shop located at 907 Queen Street W. Groceries can be found at Independant City Market which is a 4-minute walk. Interested in the arts? Look no further than Fort York: Garrison Common and Victoria Memorial Square. Wanting to catch a movie? Camera and Theatre Gargantua are within walking distance from 25 Stafford St.

Getting Around:

Transit riders take note, Parc is nearby to the closest TTC Streetcar Stop (KING ST WEST AT STRACHAN AVE) with routes 304 KING running from 04:36 am to 04:54 am, and504 KING running from 05:32 am to 01:32 am. ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also a 2-minute drive. Access to Gardiner Expressway is within a 4-minute drive away, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city using on and off ramps on Dan Leckie Way.

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