28 EASTERN CONDO
Starting From Mid $400's
Tentative Occupancy: 2024
Located in Toronto’s historic and beloved Corktown neighbourhood, 28 Eastern by Alterra is inspired by life in all its incredible variations. This 12-storey mid-rise condominium embraces the bright future of what’s to come.
Discover urban living at the epicentre of inspiring spaces, forward-thinking design and connectivity. A stroll away from the new proposed Google Sidewalk Labs and East Harbour – which promises an area full of digital innovations, fun and entertainment, and new parkland. Enjoy the conveniences of close proximity to the future Corktown Subway Station, George Brown College, Distillery District, Corktown Commons, King St. East, Canary District and St. Lawrence Market.
Total # of suite: 331 residential units + 13 Townhomes
Condo Suites: Starting from 327 Sq.ft.
Townhouse: Starting from 950 sq.ft.
Condo Suite Type: Studio, Junior One, Bedroom, 1B, 1B+D, 2B, 2B+D, 3B, 3B+D
Townhouse Suite Type: 2B, 2B+D, 3B, 3B+D, 3B+2D, 4B+D
Number of Parking: 136 total spots (109 residential, 27 visitor)
Number of Locker / Bicycle Storage: 373 spaces, with 44 short term spaces
COMMERCIAL: Retail at grade, 4% of total square footage
Private Outdoor Living:
Most suites offer an abundance of private outdoor living, with balcony, terrace or patio options
Interior Designer: Truong Ly Design
Architect: Teeple Archtiects
Private Suite Terrace
Live, work and play in Toronto’s eastern corridor!
Walk score: 96, Transit score: 100, Bike score: 100!
5 min walk to The Corktown TTC station (Future Ontario Line)
This is THE location in downtown. Great rents, huge demand, and massive end user demand!
- Walk to the new Corktown station in 2 minutes! (current King streetcar stop – 1 min walk)
- Walk to George Brown in 9 minutes! (closer than their own residences) and Ryerson University in 11 min
- Walk to the Distillery in 3 minutes
- (but stay far enough away to relax with open greenspaces and a quiet, calm lifestyle without the tracks)
- Walk to the Canary District in 2 minutes
- Walk to Corktown commons 18-acre park in 6 minutes
- Walk to St. Lawrence Market in 11 minutes
- Walk to a dog park about 4 minutes away
- Walk to East Harbour in only 17 minutes! (with 50,000 jobs coming)
- Walk to the Path in 19 minutes
- OR Drive / Bike / TTC anywhere in minutes!
In the past decade, this neighborhood has gone through plenty of revitalization and there is even more on the way. This locality spans from the Eastern Ave and King St East all the way down to the Gardiner Expy. On its eastern end, there is Don River and on the western end there is the Parliament St. This region also includes the 18-acre Park along with the Corktown Commons. The Corktown Commons is known for its biking and walking trails along with the sprawling lawns, a marsh an outdoor fireplace and many picnic tables. On the King St east, you can reach the Design District in no time. In addition to that, there are many heritage buildings, new condo communities and factories in this locality as well. Recreational and community facilities like the YMCA and the St. Lawrence Market are just around the corner.
Ontario Line (5 min walk to future Corktown Station at King and Sumach)
Easy access to DVP and Gardiner
King St East Designer District
Globe and Mail headquarter
Coca Cola headquarter (Previous Toronto Sun headquarter)
Shops & Restaurants at Distillery District
Artscape head office
George Brown campus (St. James Campus & Distillery District)
Harris Institute - top post secondary music school in Toronto, specializes in audio music production college
St. Lawrence Market
Corktown Common Park
PARKS AND BEACHES
Corktown Common - 6 min
Lower Don River Trail - 10 min
Underpass Park - 10 min
Cherry Beach - 8 min
Sugar Beach - 16 min
Sackville Playground - 1 min
Percy Park - 6 min
Orphans Green Dog Park - 4 min
The 28 Eastern Condos will feature an indoor amenity space of 621 square meters and an outdoor amenity space of 622 square meters. In addition to that, the residents will also have access to a central outdoor courtyard on the second level.
Alterra sees things from the outside in, because in order to define a district, they first need to understand it. Each Alterra project begins with a committed team that takes the time get to know their client. They visualize their client's desired community, and materialize their findings to shape an area and bring it to life. Understanding the complex relationship between people and place is the guiding force behind every decision Alterra makes. From innovative designs to a team of talented professionals, every Alterra condominium represents the company's absolute commitment to excellence. That's the definition of Alterra. That’s the definition of home.
Teeple Architects has been recognized with awards for design excellence and sustainability on the local, provincial, national and international levels. These honours include 6 Governor General’s Medals for Architecture (Canada’s highest architectural honour), 8 Canadian Architect Awards, 13 awards from the Ontario Association of Architects, 14 urban design awards from Canadian municipalities, awards for innovation from both BC and Alberta WoodWorks!, and many others. Our leadership in the field of sustainable design has earned 4 SABMag Canadian Green Building Awards, the international Holcim Award for Sustainable Design and we have more than 22 LEED® projects either completed or under construction.