Only a block long, Adelaide Street West has been around more or less since the inception of the city and still features many of its beautiful 19th century brick warehouse buildings. Bond Condos is one of the highlights of the entertainment district - Toronto's hottest neighbourhood for new condominium development. The Entertainment District is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design. There’s also the historic Much Music Building, at Queen Street, which every spring becomes the site of the station’s annual music awards. Not much further is the Scotiabank (Multiplex) theatre and the Bell Lightbox, which is home to the famous Toronto Film Festival and the Ontario Cinematique.
Bond Condos is 42 storey's high and is a mixed building with retail at the ground level, 5 levels of office and commercial space and 35 stories of residential floors with. Bond Condos has a total 393 residential units and 4 levels of underground parking with 245 parking spaces, and 316 bicycle parking spaces. With condos like The Yorkville, Bisha Hotel and Residences and X2, The Bond Condos is another impressive building by Lifetime Developments and will surely impress.