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Artists’ Alley is a three-building mixed-use project designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects for Lantern Developments. The buildings are located at 234 Simcoe Street, Toronto, between St. Patrick and Simcoe Streets south of Dundas, steps from St. Patrick subway station in Downtown Toronto. The development has a total of 1129 units.
Developer: Lanterra Developments
Architect: Hariri Pontarini Architects
Landscape architect: NAK Design Strategies
Type: Office, Residential, Retail
Number of buildings: 3
Storeys: 40, 35, 17
An exquisite condominium community bridging Simcoe and St. Patrick
Life imitates art
It is said, art is a mirror to life. Artists’ Alley 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.