In the ever-changing landscape that is Toronto's King-Spadina area, there's a new boutique condo development planned for the heart of the Fashion District that Torontonians should take note of.

Taking over the site at the northeast corner of Portland and Adelaide, which was formally the home of the old Benjamin Paint store, is Minto Communities' new condominium development, 123 Portland

Designed by Sweeny &Co Architects, the 14-storey building will be equipped with four levels of underground parking, a total of 116 residential units, and retail space at grade level.

boutique condo Rendering of 123 Portland courtesy of Minto

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According to marketing materials from Minto, the project is said to feature a "mosaic of romantic influences" that blends "classical Parisian building traditions with Toronto’s urban landscape."

123 portland lobby2 Rendering of the lobby courtesy of Minto

The amenities, which Minto has described as "life-enhancing," will be a big selling point for buyers, as they include essentials like a gym, lounge, kitchen bar and dining room, and a rooftop offering 360-degree views of the city skyline.

123 portland fitness Rendering of the gym courtesy of Minto

Dining for web 123 1024x1009 Rendering of dining courtesy of Minto

123 Portland Rendering of the lounge courtesy of Minto

As for the floor plans, there are currently five available, ranging in size from 483 (one-bedroom) to 972 ft² (three-bedroom) in area, with pricing to be announced in the coming weeks.

All units will come with features like stainless steel Miele appliances, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes, hardwood flooring, and french doors.

123 portland Rendering of suite courtesy of Minto

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