Located within short proximity from a wide range of attractions, residents will enjoy easy accessibility to attractions such as Yonge – Dundas Square, Rogers Centre, Toronto Eaton Centre, Air Canada Centre, Queen’s Park, Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, and Ripley’s Aquarium.
Shopping Near The 135 Portland Street Condos Toronto:
The 135 Portland Street Condos will situate residents approximately a 9-10 minute drive from Toronto Eaton Centre. Offering residents an amazing experience with a wide range of restaurants, services, and retailers such as Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, H&M, Guess, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Under Armour, Nike, Sephora, Pandora, Banana Republic, Kate Spade, Boss Hugo Boss, Levi’s, Canada Goose, Foot Locker, Hollister, and Uniqlo.
Transit Close To The 135 Portland Street Condos:
Residents will find the 135 Portland Street Condos quite transit friendly with Toronto’s transit hub, Union Station approximately a 7-12 minute drive away. Connecting riders to the TTC subway line, GO Line, and more. While the Gardiner Expy and Don Valley Pkwy are also within short proximity from the proposed development, as well.
Toronto General Hospital (approximately 8-11 minute drive)
Mount Sinai Hospital (approximately 8-10 minute drive)
The Hospital for Sick Children (approximately 7-11 minute drive)
St. Michael’s Hospital (approximately 9 minute drive)
Post-Secondary Institutions Close To The 135 Portland Street Condos:
Within a short drive from the 135 Portland Street Condos residents will enjoy easy accessibility to post secondary institutions such as OCAD University, University of Toronto – St. George Campus, Ryerson University, and George Brown College – St. James Campus.
Recreational Areas Nearby:
With a wide variety of recreational areas such as parks, libraries, and swimming pools within a short drive from the 135 Portland Street Condos, residents will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Some include Stanley Park Outdoor Pool, Toronto Public Library – Fort York Branch, Queen’s Park, Alexandra Park Outdoor Pool, HTO Park, Sugar Beach, Coronation Park, and Toronto Public Library – Sanderson Branch.