Thinking of selling your St. Lawrence condo or home? It is important that your property receives maximum exposure in order to sell for top dollar in the least amount of time. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I am able to market your property on both a local and international level in a manner that demands top dollar. Contact me with any questions you may have about the selling process and to discuss how I can help you.
Are you considering buying a condo or home in St. Lawrence? Whether you are looking to buy a property now or in the future, I can assist you with finding the perfect property for you. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the buying process. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I know Toronto real estate really well. Contact me to discuss how I can help you achieve your real estate objectives.
Are you looking to rent a condo or home in St. Lawrence? St. Lawrence is a great neighbourhood for a wide range of reasons including it’s convenient location, the historical St. Lawrence Market or the beautiful Berczy Park. As a full time, award winning, licensed Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate here in Toronto, I am happy to assist you with finding the perfect place to call home. Contact me to learn how I can help you with achieving your real estate objectives.
A large amount of the St. Lawrence area was created from landfill in the early 1800s and was intended to be used as a large public park along the lake’s waterfront. These plans changed when the land was turned over to the railways by the city. This change of plans attracted industry to the area of St. Lawrence.
From the early 1900s until the late 1940s, St. Lawrence was one of Toronto’s leading industrial centres. During the late 1940s, Toronto’s industrial industry began to move outside of the city. This resulted in a period of decline for the St. Lawrence area. During the 1970s, David Crombie, Toronto’s mayor at the time, decided to turn the St. Lawrence area into the residential community it is today.
Today, St. Lawrence real estate consists of high-rise and low-rise condominiums and a variety of shops, restaurants, historical buildings and the renowned St. Lawrence Market. During the summer months, the community of St. Lawrence is full of life. It is home to some of the city’s premier festivals. The neighbourhood of St. Lawrence is home to some of Toronto’s oldest and most unique historical buildings including the iconic Gooderham Flat Iron building which was built in 1892. The community also includes two performing arts centres, the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. The community of St. Lawrence is a great neighbourhood for young professionals, couples, singles and empty nesters who are interested in downsizing and looking to enjoy the city life.
Many of the buildings in the community of St. Lawrence were designed by some of Toronto’s finest architects. One of the most common features you will notice in the designs is the use of red brick throughout the many historical buildings. The community of St. Lawrence includes a wide variety of housing options including private and non-profit housing, rental buildings as well as high-rise and low-rise luxury condominiums.
Are you thinking of making a move to Hogg’s Hollow or you are thinking of selling your Hogg’s Hollow home? I would love to hear your specific real estate objectives and to discuss how I can help you achieve them. Take the first step towards achieving your objectives by contacting me today. I look forward to hopefully hearing from you.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Hogg’s Hollow and the surrounding area.
St. Lawrence Market
93 Front St East, Toronto
63 Front St East, Toronto
80 Front St East, Toronto
TD Canada Trust
80 Front St East, Toronto
87 Front St East, Toronto
The Optic Zone
33 Jarvis St, Toronto
Shoppers Drug Mart
18 Lower Jarvis St, Toronto
The Reservoir Lounge
52 Wellington St East, Toronto