The United Condo Transit Options Explained

United Condo 481 University Ave: Transit

For true Torontonians, transit from place to place ought to be straightforward and well defined. That’s how they live. Which is why United Condo will be connected to other top class businesses. Additionally it connects to other residential buildings by the state-of-the-art PATH connection system. But first off, being just off 481 University Avenue, this building comes at a strategic point of transit.  

Direct Access to St. Patrick Subway

This is to mean that users can access the site from different locations with ease. The direct access to St. Patrick Subway station will provide motorists with unprecedented convenience to reach key downtown areas as-well-as Midtown Toronto, York, and North York within a matter of a few minutes. This is why the condo has received a transit score of 100, providing seamless transit experience and creating a faster commute time to and from the building.

You can access Union Station and Bloor Street within just minutes of a ride. Besides the St. Patrick Subway Station, the United BLDG condo is also walkable from other subway stations like Osgoode subway and Queen subway.

What a High Walk Score Means to You

And with a stellar 99 walk score on board with this site, one can effortlessly walk around the downtown on foot to complete their daily routine within the vicinity. Simply put, people will be able to walk from the 481 University Avenue to other key places like the Hospital Row, the Bay Street corridor and the Financial District of Toronto with ease.

More convenience comes even with the walkable distances to nearby essentials. This includes restaurant options, banks, pharmacies and shopping malls such as the newly-renovated Eaton Center. A variety of landmarks surround the which are all just within a 5-minute walk. These include the Nathan Phillips Center, the AGO and Dundas Square, etc.

With a connection to Toronto’s PATH through a 30-kilometer, underground access to shopping spaces and other iconic office buildings such as the First Canadian Place and the Richmond Adelaide among others, navigation downtown will have a true Torontonian feel.

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