Artists’ Alley Phase 2

An exquisite condominium community!

Artists’ Alley Condos 2

Introducing Artists’ Alley,

a master-planned mixed-use community with

residential, office and retail!

Distinguished by Toronto’s newest “alley”
a winding pathway that connects Simcoe with St. Patrick,
a bustling promenade lined with shops, cafes and inspiring art,
a place to meet, greet and socialize,
a place to see and be seen.

What’s Artists’ Alley Phase 2?

Artist’s Alley Phase 2 is a new condo development by Lanterra Developments currently in preconstruction at 234 Simcoe Street, Toronto. The development is scheduled for completion in 2022. Artist’s Alley Phase 2 has a total of 310 units, sizes range from 448 to 1356 square feet.

Stunning architecture by the renowned award winning firm of Hariri Pontarini created three unique glass towers of varying design, all distinct with special architectural features. Award winning Studio Munge designed amenity spaces include two elegant lobbies, 24-hour concierge; indoor lounge area, party room, equipped fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, and a separate outdoor lounge area with barbecues. Suite features include laminate flooring, porcelain tiles, Studio Munge designed kitchens with quartz countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel and paneled appliances.

Development Summary

It is said, art is a mirror to life.

Artists’ Alley 2 takes this concept to the next level and integrates art with the lives of its residents. With its unparalleled location and a new paradigm of art, style and design, this is a community whose time has come. Sleek modern living spaces, vibrant lifestyle amenities and an exhilarating alleyway infused with energy and vitality.

This is Artists’ Alley.

This is home.

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