What is THE BOND? It’s a connection, a destination, a state of mind. An iconic address in the heart of downtown, steps to the city’s most celebrated cultural, fashion and sporting landmarks. Live at the cutting edge of urban design and style. Connect with THE BOND CONDOS.
The Bond Condos, Toronto’s iconic new condominium coming soon to the Entertainment District, has generated a buzz of excitement! As anticipation builds towards our upcoming Broker Preview Event, we are pleased to release an artist’s rendering of the stunning Podium to learn more about The Bond Condos.
Rising 41 storeys at Adelaide and John Streets, The Bond Condominiums is a soaring vision of translucent glass and steel. The impressive Podium Lobby is beautifully appointed with gleaming columns, lush plantings and art accents. The Bond Condos offers a wide selection of one, two and three bedroom suites and grand penthouses, designed and oriented for spectacular views and detailed with immaculate elegance.
The Bond Condos is expected to be a mixed use building with retail at the ground level, 5 levels of office and commercial parking above, and 35 storeys residential floors with 383 residential units. The Bond Condominiums should include 4 levels of below grade parking with 245 parking spaces, and 316 bicycle parking spaces
COMING SOON TO ADELAIDE ST. W & JOHN ST. CONDOMINIUMS FROM THE $200’s
290 Adelaide Street West located on the North side of Adelaide just west of John Street
Only a block long, The Bond has been around more or less since the inception of the city and still possesses many of its beautiful 19th century brick warehouse buildings. Today it is at the heart of the Entertainment District, steps from The John Street Cultural Corridor. Here you’ll find the iconic Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design. Then there’s the historic Much Music Building, at Queen Street, which every spring becomes the site of the station’s annual music awards. Further down there’s the Scotiabank (Multiplex) theatre and the new “jewel in the crown” of the John Street Cultural Corridor, the Bell Lightbox, home of both the Toronto Film Festival and the Ontario Cinematique.
Presently plans are underway to renovate John Street with a sustainable streetscape that will include new pavers, mature trees, street furniture, public art and perhaps two new urban plazas at the north and south ends of the street.