456 College St | The Channel Club | Toronto, ON
About this condo
The Channel Club is an incredibly unique condominium — constructed to incorporate an 1884 church tower— this building offers a nice shakeup for people who are tired of cookie-cutter high-rises. The brick exterior was designed to blend well with the church feature, giving the building a heritage look.
Located at 456 College St in Little Italy, this 8-storey building has been a desirable spot since its completion in 1990. The property provides some convenient amenities such as a fitness centre, sauna, party room, rooftop terrace, security guard, and parking garage.
Toronto condos for sale at The Channel Club will likely appeal to first-time home buyers and young professionals; Little Italy is a very trendy neighbourhood, with vintage shopping nearby at Kensington Market, cozy cafes, great restaurants, and a diverse nightlife experience.
456 College St is known for its spacious suites — ranging from 500 square feet to around 1200 for a 2 bedroom units; when you consider that many 3 bedroom condos in the city are below 1000 square feet, that’s a lot of extra living space.
Suites in 456 College St have spacious apartment-styled layouts — with modern kitchens that are open to the living space, hardwood floors, large bedrooms, floor to ceiling windows, ensuite laundry, and private balconies.
Some units in this building might be in need of upgrades, but that makes for an excellent investment opportunity for potential buyers; with expansive layouts and a great location at College and Bathurst, you can be sure that this building will remain desirable for a long time to come.
Little Italy is an incredibly diverse neighbourhood, providing residents with excellent restaurants, a unique nightlife experience, and quick access to trendy neighbourhoods nearby like Trinity Bellwoods and Kensington Market.
Thrift shopping doesn’t get any better than Kensington Market, and with a condo at 456 College Street, you’re only minutes away. On your stroll down Kensington Avenue you’ll come across a pirate’s bounty of vintage stores for clothing and accessories — you can probably buy an old eye patch here too, no really, you probably can. Just imagine the pained look on your friends faces as they try in vain to figure out where your new shirt and matching eyepatch came from — the past, that’s where.
If Vintage shopping doesn’t appeal to you, then perhaps a delicious microbrew can excite your senses; you have Trinity Bellwoods on Ossington — beware of Donkey Venom, as it is not for the faint of heart — there’s The Six Brewhouse on Dundas, and Kensington Brewing Company on Augusta. You’ll also find a slew of pubs offering local craft beers to raise you to the level on connoisseur.
Nightlife options are vast in this neighbourhood — the Mod Club Theatre and the hallowed halls of Lee’s Palace are nearby for concerts, on College you’ll find large nightclubs like NEST, quaint spots like The Walton, plus awesome restaurants to enjoy a drink and a meal such as La Carnita, Bistro 422, Sneaky Dee's and Kalendar. As an added bonus, there are convenient TTC options for trips to the Entertainment District.
You can grab your morning coffee at Aroma Espresso Bar and make your way Alexandra Park or Trinity Bellwoods Park for a picnic; both of which have plenty of recreation options like swimming, tennis, baseball and more.
456 College Street has a Walk Score of 94, meaning that residents can run most errands on foot; If you need to go on a grocery run you have Friendly Magnolia Fine Foods for organic foods, and Independent City Market for everything else, and there is a Shoppers Drug Mart across the street for any prescriptions.
If you regularly rely on public transit then you have a great location in terms of access — there are northbound and southbound buses on Bathurst, and east and westbound streetcar service on College, connecting you to the TTC network.
Drivers can reach the nearest highways by heading south on Bathurst for the Gardiner Expressway, and north on Bathurst to Allen Road for the 401.
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