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Urbanites are keen for its ease and accessibility to the subway line, the train station and the Financial Core. St. Lawrence residents of the predominantly mid-rise traditional and contemporary condominiums are drawn to character and patina of the century old three and four storey brick buildings that line King and Front Streets East. Design retailers, galleries and purveyors of all your daily necessities, including the city's renown St. Lawrence Market gives this area a distinct community feel far removed from the 'bright lights big city' synergy just steps away in the Financial Core and Entertainment Districts.

Front Street East, with its human scale architecture dating from the 1860s, serves as the neighbourhood's main promenade. Street buskers are often performing on the broad brick-paved sidewalks, the waft of fresh produce, baked goods and roasting coffee from the Market permeate the air, and the abundant parks with mature trees and urban wildlife thread through the neighbourhood all the way to Lake Ontario, creating ample opportunity to relax and congregate.

Given this neighbourhood hasn't been over-developed with high-density towers, we're always struck by the abundant natural light and expanses of sky. It's one of the intangible reasons that make this location one of the most coveted with professionals who love to live their life on foot.

In a nutshell, for the single or professional couple, St Lawrence Market represents the 'dream come true' urban village destination.

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