Toronto’s oldest neighbourhood is about to get an exciting new development. The beautiful new Alias Condo building is almost ready in the downtown core, right on the corner of Church and Richmond Street.
The stunning skyscraper was developed by Madison Group and designed by the award-winning teams at Teeple Architects and Turner Fleisher Architects.
As soon as you step into the lobby, you’ll know that this building is different from any other in Toronto. A black Baccarat for Chrome Hearts crystal chandelier hangs majestically over white marble floors.
Alias Condos was designed with an intentional “Rock n’ Roll” vibe.
The gritty, glazed black brick exterior adds to the effect, where the tough edge and grit of the downtown core meet the style and sophistication of the Financial District.
Gold framed windows on the building catch the light and look spectacular against the Toronto skyline.
479 units are available, with 1 – 3 bedrooms floor plans to choose from. Sizes range from 360 to 1400 square feet, and concierge services will be offered 24 hours a day.
There is an underground garage for cars and bicycles. But in an area with a 98 walkability score, who needs a car? With subway stations, buses and streetcars a few steps away in every direction, Toronto’s enviable transit system is ready to take you anywhere you want to go.
All of the Perks and None of the Downfalls of Condo Living
While condo life has its perks with access to amenities, restaurants and shopping, there have always been a few drawbacks. With no backyard and very little outdoor space, condos generally don’t mix well with children or pets. Small living quarters are less than ideal for those who entertain or work from home.
When it comes to condo living, Alias is changing the game.
- Children will enjoy hours of fun in the indoor and outdoor play areas.
- Each suite is pet friendly, and your furry friends are in for a delightful surprise: A deluxe pet spa awaits to pamper your well-mannered dogs.
- Select suites offer private terraces with stunning views of the city.
- Work from home? Get out of the office and enjoy a spacious work area complete with a coffee bar and meeting rooms.
- Work out any day of the week in the fitness centre with a room dedicated to Peloton exercises.
- Entertain friends on the outdoor lounge with grill stations scattered about for afternoon BBQs.
- Step outside for fresh air anytime. Over 5,700 square feet of outdoor space awaits you on the 21st floor. Watch the hustle and bustle of the residents below, and look out at the city lights after the sun goes down.
What’s Around the Neighbourhood?
All in a Few Minutes Walk
The beauty of life in downtown Toronto is how easy it is to get anywhere. Step outside the Alias building, and you’ll find endless shopping, dining and entertainment options. Within a few blocks, you’ll discover many one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants and activities to keep you busy all day.
In less than 10 minutes, you can walk to the Toronto Eaton Centre, an iconic shopping mall and popular tourist destination.
A Short Drive or Quick Transit Trip
The Alias Building is convenient to some of the best entertainment and in the country, including:
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada: Transport yourself to the ocean’s depths and watch sharks, jellyfish, seahorses and other dazzling sea creatures in their natural habitat.
The CN Tower: Take in the breathtaking, panoramic view of the city. Try the Edgwalk, if you dare. Afterwards, enjoy dinner with a stunning view at the 360 Restaurant.
The Rogers Centre: The home of the Toronto Bluejays Baseball Team, the stadium also hosts major concerts and other sports events throughout the year.
The Harbourfront: When you’re looking for a fun but relaxing day, take in the trails, galleries and other events at the Harbourfront Centre. Or ride the ferry to the Centerville Childrens’ Park or the beaches of Toronto Island.
Scotiabank Arena: Formerly the iconic Air Canada Centre, the Scotiabank Arena frequently hosts Raptor’s games, comedy shows and concerts.
Mirvish Productions: Got a taste for live plays and musicals? The Princess of Wales and Royal Alexandra Theatres always have exciting events. Shows sell out quickly, so be sure to order your tickets ahead of time.
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): There is always something fascinating to discover at the famous ROM, from dinosaurs and ancient cultures to the wonders of modern technology. No wonder people come from all over to experience the ever-changing exhibitions and galleries!
The Art Gallery of Ontario: With virtual school programs and over 90,000 breathtaking exhibits, it’s easy to see what makes the Art Gallery such a hot destination for residents and tourists alike.
Word Class Educational Facilities Right Outside Your Door
The Alias Building is minutes away by transit from respected universities like Ryerson and the University of Toronto. The St. James Campus of George Brown College is less than a 10-minute walk.
With access to transit and the Gardiner Expressway seven minutes away, living in the Alias Building is a dream for commuters.
Once available, units will sell out quickly.