112 George Street, Suite 708

Welcome to VuLiving Condominiums

VuLiving is a wonderful 2 tower downtown Toronto condo positioned over looking St James Park and Cathedral.  The location is ideal and offers access to all the amenities you want in a neighbourhood.   

Walking distance to St Lawrence Market, Financial district, Theatre, Shopping, Restaurants, Cork Town and the Distillery District. 

The development takes up an entire city block at Jarvis and Adelaide but blends well with the neighbourhood.   This Toronto condo offers the boutique feel in the North tower, a city feel with the South tower and townhouses with private terraces.  The residences at VuLiving get the benefits of all amenities including 2 gyms, Club Vu Party room, yoga rooms and sauna. A substantial roof top deck can be used for lounging, sunning and offers BBQ grilling.  

Suite 708 is 667 sq. ft (as per MPAC) 1 bedrooms suite is a bright west-facing suite with a Juliette balcony.  The 10 ft ceiling height and its open concept living and dining room layout make for a great entertaining space.   Floor to ceiling window across the west wall bring in plenty of natural sunlight.  

The kitchen offers loads of cabinets, a granite counters, tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an under mount sink.  The center island provides plenty of counter space and a breakfast bar.  

The bedroom also boasts floor to ceiling west-facing window with custom black out blinds and drapery.  A large double closet and a semi ensuite 4 pc bath.  There is a second door in the bathroom leads you back to the main apartment.     

This suite offers laminate floors throughout and 1 parking spot.  

Metric Measurement Floor Plan

Imperial Measurement Floor Plan

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Room Sizes and Descriptions

Living Room - 4.48m X 4.42m

  • Open Concept
  • Combined with Dining Room
  • Urban Fireplace
  • Juliette Balcony
  • Laminate Floors

Kitchen - 3.84m x 4.05m

  • Granite counters
  • Tile backsplash
  • Under mount sink
  • Stainless Steel Appliance

Dining Room - 4.48m x 4.42m

  • Open Concept
  • Combined with Dining room
  • Laminate floors

Bedroom - 3.5m x 2.8m

  • Floor to Ceiling wall of west facing window
  • Large double closet
  • Laminate floors
  • Semi ensuite 4pc bath


  • 24 Hr Concierge
  • Gym
  • Guest Suites
  • Recreation/Party room
  • Roof Top Patio
  • Yoga Studio
  • BBQ area
  • Visitor Parking


  • 1 Parking Spot

Property Taxes

  • $2404.81

Maintenance Fees

  • $423.65 per month - Water, Heat, Central Air Conditioning, Building Insurance, Common Elements, Parking

Possession Date

  • 30 Days to be arranged


  • Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer & Dryer, Electric light fixtures

Offered For Sale at

  • $599,900.00

Building and Amenities

St Lawrence Market Neighbourhood

St. Lawrence Market is as old as Toronto itself. The architecturally significant 19th century Georgian style red-and-yellow brick buildings that line Front Street, date back to Toronto’s earliest period. In the early 1900s, St. Lawrence Market had become one of Toronto’s most prominent industrial centres, and remained so until the 1940s. The newer structures situated around The Esplanade were constructed in the 1970s. St. Lawrence Market is a family-friendly neighbourhood, welcoming to people from many different cultural backgrounds.

The focal point of the neighbourhood is the St. Lawrence Market itself. South Saint Lawrence Market once served as Toronto’s first City Hall, while North St. Lawrence Market was Toronto’s first official farmers’ market. Today, the St. Lawrence Market is a landmark food emporium with over 200 vendors selling fresh meats, seafood, fruits and vegetables, as well as arts and crafts, jewellery and clothing.

Consistent throughout the neighbourhood is the red brick which acts as the identifier for St. Lawrence residences. Non-profit housing, market rental buildings and luxury condominiums are scattered throughout the area. There are many restaurants and shops along The Esplanade that appeal to tourists, but are also convenient for locals. It’s only a short walk to Union Station to catch a train for a weekend away.

Although St. Lawrence Market is in the heart of the downtown, residents enjoy fresh air and scenic walks. David Crombie Park is a multi-faceted park that runs through the centre of the neighbourhood along The Esplanade. This park offers pretty gardens for a leisurely stroll. There’s also a waterfall, a handball court and a basketball court. The St. Lawrence Community Recreation Centre is also located on The Esplanade and offers recreational activities to residents.

St. Lawrence Market is a great place to live and to appreciate the character and history of Toronto, for the young professional or growing family.

Eugene Palermo

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