High-rise condominiums have grown to become the most common type of new development in Toronto, and that has shown no signs of slowing down. While the high-density lifestyle offered in these towering developments is attractive to many, a sizeable percentage of new home buyers prefer the scaled-back, more intimate approach offered in boutique style condominium developments.

Just southwest of the bustling Bathurst and King intersection, Fieldgate Homes is offering a quieter alternative to the high-rise developments rising in the nearby Entertainment District, with 90 Niagara, a 45-unit condo development coming to Niagara Street.

90 Niagara, Fieldgate Homes, Giannone Petricone, Bryon Patton, TorontoRendering of 90 Niagara, image courtesy of Fieldgate Homes

Designed by Giannone Petricone Associates, the 5-storey 90 Niagara will be finished in both red and charcoal-coloured bricks, mirroring the warm tones of Niagara Street's heritage industrial buildings, but articulated in a contemporary idiom.

90 Niagara, Fieldgate Homes, Giannone Petricone, Bryon Patton, TorontoAerial rendering of 90 Niagara, image courtesy of Fieldgate Homes

Suites at 90 Niagara will range in size from 500 square feet to over 1,000 square feet and start in price from the mid $300,000s,. Interiors in the development are designed by Bryon Patton and Associates.

90 Niagara, Fieldgate Homes, Giannone Petricone, Bryon Patton, TorontoModel suite at 90 Niagara presentation centre, image courtesy of Fieldgate Homes

Residents of 90 Niagara will be situated well within walking distance of many of Toronto's hottest attractions including Fort York, Exhibition Place, the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre, as well as the dozens of restaurants found on King Street to the east and Queen Street to the north.

90 Niagara, Fieldgate Homes, Giannone Petricone, Bryon Patton, TorontoMap of nearby restaurants and attractions, image courtesy of Fieldgate Homes

Additional information on the development and several renderings can be found in our 90 Niagara dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check our the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.