Introducing 543 Richmond – a chic new condo in the heart of Toronto’s exciting Fashion District and just a short distance from the downtown core.
With 476 units in the building, there are a range of suite sizes and layouts available at 543 Richmond, ranging from Studio to 3-bedroom + den, and including everything in-between. All suites will have smooth 9 ft. ceilings, quartz countertops, contemporary lighting, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in shower with glass enclosure, and suite entry alarm connected to 24-hour monitoring at the concierge desk.
The building itself will rise 15 storeys and its brick and metal façade will make it stylistically consistent with the historic buildings nearby. In addition to the quality suites, residents will benefit from a wide range of amenities inside 543 Richmond, including:
- 24-Hour Concierge
- 2nd Floor Rooftop Terrace with Outdoor Pool and BBQ
- Two Party Room Rooms
- Games Room
- Video Room
- 8th Floor Study
- Rooftop Lounge
543 Richmond is located between two of Toronto’s most popular and hip streets: King St. West and Queen St. West. A short distance from the bustling Entertainment District, it is an area full of life – with a wide array of quality cafes, bars, night clubs and restaurants, as well as some of the city’s favourite shops and places to hang out.
In addition to the Entertainment District which is to the immediate east of the Fashion District, the neighbourhood is also walking distance from popular areas like West Queen West, Liberty Village, Trinity-Bellwoods, and the Lake Ontario waterfront. In fact, with so much to see and do in and around 543 Richmond, it’s hardly surprising that the address has a perfect 100/100 walk score.
When it comes to getting around the city, you are spoilt for choice at 543 Richmond – just as the 99/100 transit score suggests. There are streetcar services on King St., Queen St., and Bathurst St. that all have stops within a 5-minute walk of 543 Richmond. If you want to stretch your legs a touch further, it’s only a 6 to 7-minute walk to the streetcar service on Spadina St. Getting on any of those streetcars can connect you to other transit options in the city, whether it be nearby buses, subway lines, trains, or even a plane at Billy Bishop Airport or Pearson Airport. It means that transit is easy and efficient – not something that can often be said for residents of Toronto.