Apartments Available in the Exciting and Thriving Kensington Market!!

Gallery Towers - 50 Stephanie Street - Toronto, ON M5T 1B3

Apartments Available in the Exciting and Thriving Kensington Market!!

$1,150 - $1,975

Gallery Towers - 50 Stephanie Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1B3

1,150 ‐ 1,975
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Updated: Dec. 11, 2018

About Gallery Towers

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Amenities & Features
  • Indoor parking
  • Renovated suites
  • Apartments Are freshly painted
  • Apartments come with appliances
  • In the heart of downtown
  • Grange Park
  • Close to AGO and OCAD
  • Music Gallery
  • Lots of shopping and restaurants
  • Public transportation
  • Close to Queen Street Cars
    This building at 50 Stephanie Street is conveniently located in the Grange Park area of downtown Toronto. A short walk to the fashionable shopping area of Queen St. West, Kensington Market and the Financial district. This neighbourhood is mostly residential and suits families, singles as well as students with OCAD and the University of Toronto in the vicinity. Chinatown is very close by with all the restaurants and shopping it has to offer. There is also a great choice of elementary, middle and high schools in the area. The Osgoode subway station on the Yonge - University - Spadina Line and Queen St. streetcar are just a short walk away. If you drive, you can access the Gardner Expressway in a few minutes which takes you quickly and easily to the Don Valley Parkway.
    The Grange Park area of Toronto is named after the actual public park. The area has changed a lot over the years. It was once an upscale neighbourhood, then evolved into a working-class new immigrant community. Now it's a mixture of apartment buildings, single and semi-detached family homes, student housing and houses which have been transformed into restaurants, shops and art galleries. The public park has a wading pool, children's playground and many tree-lined paths.

    There is usually a farmers' market one day per week offering residents a great selection of cheese and produce. Often in the Winter, it has an outdoor ice rink. This park is on the grounds of the Grange which is now the Art Gallery Of Ontario. The 'Grange' originates from the name of the mansion built in 1817 and willed to the AGO. The AGO has since expanded many times and is now 480,000 sq.ft. which makes it one of the largest Art Galleries in North America.
    These 25 storey Gallery Towers apartments are completely updated and spacious, newly painted with large balconies, on-site laundry and perfectly landscaped grounds. The views are great. There is also a swimming pool, indoor parking, on-site superintendent and surveillance cameras. These apartments are very reasonably priced and include utilities. If you love downtown living and an active lifestyle this is the place for you.