76 Shutter






76 Shutter Street


76 Shuter


Located on Shuter Street just east of Church Street, 76 Shuter stands at 15-storeys with a modest street-level impression. On the inside, however, the building has been designed as a boutique condo living experience. With over 120 Church Street Corridor condos for sale and for rent, all units either one-bedroom or one-bedroom plus den, suites at 76 Shuter are designed for the unique individual who desires a home of comfort and elegance. Expect hardwood laminate flooring, bistro kitchens, luxury bathrooms, and private balconies with stunning city vistas. While at ease in Toronto’s Church Street Corridor, a colourful city experience surrounds you from Church Street restaurants and clubs, Yonge-Dundas Square nightlife, the Eaton Centre, plus parks, school campuses, and Queen Street’s exciting music scene.

Most Notable Features

Fun, active living: 76 Shuter embraces a fun, active living environment. With a prime downtown location matched by the building’s yoga, pilates, and massage studios, a teaching kitchen, party space, media lounge, and even a doggy-spa, there is enjoyment for everyone.

Bathroom rain shower: A unique find among downtown Toronto condos, the comfort-driven suites at 76 Shuter are equipped with fun extras such as the refreshing and private rain shower and bath. Not a bad way to relax after a long day of work or play.

An historical city: At home in a city riddled with odd bits of history, 76 Shuter is nearby to the Mackenzie House on Bond Street, a City of Toronto Historic Site and public museum dedicated to the politician William Lyon Mackenzie. A fun day-trip destination with knowledgeable and entertaining tour-guides.

What’s Nearby

Living at 76 Shuter Street you are immersed in one of Toronto’s most lively neighbourhoods. Home to the annual LGBTQ Pride Parade, Church Street is a fun and friednly place, just a short walk or TTC hop from Yonge-Dundas Square, Massey Hall, Ed Mirvish Theatre, plus all the tech and fashion outlet shopping of the Eaton Centre. Not to mention the nightlife of Yonge Street and Queen Street’s many live music venues, cafés, bars and boutique shops. A few local gems to explore include Sabai Sabai Kitchen and Bar on Church Street for classic Thai dishes, Carbon Bar on Queen Street, and for the coffee-lovers check out Rise Espresso on Mutual Street for a free-trade organic latte.

For local grocery stores you can find Daily Fresh Supermarket on Church Street near Shuter, as well as Metro 24-hours on Gould Street and Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens on Carlton Street.

For a breath of fresh air, 76 Shuter is just down the street from Moss Park, as well as within walking distance to Ryerson Community Park and Allan Gardens.

Getting Around

The Church Street Corridor has a 98 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like College and Richmond. If you want to zip around the city, the Queen Street streetcar can connect you easily to east and west destinations, plus the Yonge-University subway line is within walking distance. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Jarvis Street and the Don Valley Parkway via Davies Street off of Queen Street East.