Introducing 55 Mercer condos – a new high-rise condo by CentreCourt Developments located on the site of the former Gretsky’s restaurant
55 Mercer condos will be a 47-storey tower with 543 units and retail space on the ground floor. The units will vary greatly, with for studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom, and three-bedroom plus den layouts available. It makes the development open to a great range of people, from single occupants to large families. All suites will have 9′ smooth ceilings, integrated stainless-steel appliances, laminate flooring, quartz countertops and a stacked washer/dryer in the suite.
The amenities at 55 Mercer condos looks to be impressive, with over 18,000 square feet of amenities spread across three floors. The amenities include a 24-hour concierge, an indoor fitness centre with peleton bikes, an outdoor fitness area with a basketball court, outdoor BBQs, a co-working space, an entertainment room, Pfaff EV car share, Pfaff/Motus on-demand valet service, and a Fendi furnished lobby.
Located on the corner of Mercer Street and Blue Jays Way, 55 Mercer condos is in Toronto’s Entertainment District and is close to some of the best shopping, dining and entertainment the city has to offer. Just about everything you could need is available nearby, which is why this location earns a near-perfect walk score of 98/100.
For transit, it couldn’t get any better. 55 Mercer condos has a perfect transit score of 100/100, indicating that the location has “world-class public transportation”. The nearest streetcar stop is on King Street, just 100m away from 55 Mercer condos. This part of King Street is where the recent pilot project has been made permanent, reducing impediments to streetcars and speeding up journeys. That means residents of 55 Mercer can enjoy fast, efficient services to downtown Toronto, where riders can then switch to the subway and head to other areas of the city or catch a train at union station and travel to other locations in Ontario and Canada.