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By 2021, the entertainment district of Toronto is going to become home to another marvellous piece of architecture; the Mirvish Gehry Condominium, a dual tower, 95 storeys high building that will have a total of 1950 luxurious suites of different sizes and a variety of amenities that will enable it to provide one of the best living experiences in all of Toronto. The Mirvish Gehry is being designed by the famous Frank Gehry and will be built by the Great Gulf Homes group, a highly celebrated and decorated company of builders that has built all kinds of projects across Canada.

The Mirvish Gehry condo will become the highest building in all of the entertainment district, but that is not the only reason why it will stand out, the condo will be situated on King Street and will provide a mixture of residential and commercial spaces that will house shops, offices and more. Being situated on King Street will also make this condo incredibly accessible with an impressive walk score and transit score of 100/100.

Basically, the Mirvish Gehry building will have one of the prime-est locations a building in Toronto can ask for, with hospitals, schools and shopping malls conveniently close by. One will also be able to enjoy a wide range of activities and sites that the entertainment district has to offer. The pricing of the Mirvish Gehry condos will begin at the higher end of $400,000, for people wishing to stay updated with the project’s progress, platinum registration is currently available on its website. Registering right now will also provide you with access to platinum price lists and other important information before everyone else, this condo is definitely worth keeping an eye on since it has a lot of potential.

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