The Bread Company Condos

By Lamb Developments

The Bread Company Condos is a New Condo development by Lamb located at McCaul St & Baldwin St, in downtown Toronto

Reasons to Buy:

  • Named after the historic bread company that was once located on this property, this project features a 19-storey building with a sleekly designed facade and ground-floor retail space. Suites will cater to a variety of lifestyles with floor plans ranging from bachelor to 3 bedrooms.
  • A Perfect transit score brings all corners of the city even closer to the residents of The Bread Company Condos with world-class public transportation at your doorsteps. Queen’s Park Subway Station is a 6-minute walk from McCaul and Baldwin St. and streetcars are accessible from Strachan Ave.
  • Great investment opportunity with storefronts surrounding the ground level, and its close proximity to schools, offices, entertainment, and restaurants, these units will surely attract young professionals and families alike.
  • Based in the vibrant Kensington-Chinatown neighbourhood where businesses appeal to both families and young professionals.
  • close proximity to Financial District, St. Lawrence MArket, Entertainment District and Yorkville.

Quick Facts:

Developer: Lamb Developments
Address: 193 McCaul Street 
Nearest Intersection: McCaul Street & Baldwin
Pricing: Starting from the $500,000’s
Occupancy: Fall 2023
Storeys/Suites: 20 Storeys / 300 Suites
Suite Types: Studio’s- Three Bedroom Suites
Suite Sizes: 506 sq ft – 1546  sq ft
Maintenance Fees: $.73/psft
Deposit Structure: $10,000 with signing, balance to 5% on 3o days, 5% in 90 days, 5% in 365 , 5%days in
Parking: $69,900
Locker: $6,000
Suite Finishes: 9ft Ceilings, Laminate Flooring, Stone Kitchen Counters, Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances, Stacked Washer & Dryer & More
Building Amenities: Barbeques, 24 Hour Concierge, Fitness Studio, Lounge, Hotel Loft Space, Yoga Studio, Co-Work Space, Tech Centre, Terrace

Location: Grange Park 

Named after the green space at its centre, Grange Park is a residential area with a mix of stately mansions and workers’ cottages built in the 1800s. Artists and hipsters head to trendy bars, galleries and shops along Queen Street West. Both the Art Gallery of Ontario and OCAD University’s tabletop-shaped Sharp Centre for Design add to the area’s artsy feel. Asian eateries line the border with Chinatown.

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