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The Frontenac Condos
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Condo Project Summary
Ontario’s most storied city looks to make history all over again with a new luxury residence that boldly evocates the glory and status of its namesake.
Kingston originated as a fortified French trading post almost 350 years ago. And now, this past is set to live again in the form of a new condominium building located at 501 Frontenac Street, intersecting with Princess Street. The Frontenac Condos is a pre-construction condominium project in the Kingston neighbourhood of Williamsville.
All at once regal, sturdy, and proud, this new low-rise condo will help alleviate the high demand for off-campus housing by students attending Queen’s University, located just minutes away by foot. And, with a central location adjacent to Kingston’s downtown core and lakefront, this magnificent property is the perfect upscale accommodation for residents in search of a premium urban lifestyle. This new condo development has an occupancy date of September 2020.
Considering its close proximity to nearby services and convenient transportation options, this new real estate development is one that investors will more than likely be breaking down doors for.
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This modest 5-storey red brick development will contain 99 living units that contain up to 4 bedrooms, making it an ideal off-campus student residence for any of Kingston's 35,000 post-secondary students.
Befitting its refined status, this condo features suites names that are inspired from the game of chess.
The "Knight" room model is the smallest available suite at this development with 1-bedroom units that measure between 571 and 643 square feet. The "Rook" signifies the next level up with 2-bedroom units that measure 753 to 982 square feet in size, which is then followed by the 3-bedroom "Bishop" units that range in size between 984 and 1,192 square feet. Lastly, the condo's largest available units are 4-bedroom suites measuring between 1,484 to 1,533 square feet that are aptly named for the most important chess pieces, "King" and "Queen."
2 and 3-bedroom suites are available with either 1 or 2 bathrooms, while 4-bedroom units come in a selection of either 2 or 3 baths.
Condo suites will contain such features and finishes as 10-feet-high ceilings, double-glazed windows and balcony doors, engineered vinyl flooring, exposed HVAC ductwork, a stacked washer and dryer, and low VOC paint finishes.
Open concept kitchens will feature granite countertops as well as a fully-installed appliance package, while bathrooms will feature high-efficiency toilets.
To complement these spacious and well-arranged floor plans are an array of sumptuous condo amenities. Residents can make full use of a central courtyard found on the ground floor or at the condo's cabana-equipped rooftop terrace. Meanwhile, this residence is also equipped with an expansive 1,600-square-foot social room and an exercise room equipped with cardio and weights, both found on the first floor.
As great as these amenities are, the one unbeatable feature about this future co-ed stronghold will be its easy commute to university classes and its convenient access to nearby stores and services.
Location & Neighbourhood
As one of Kingston's oldest neighbourhoods, Williamsville enjoys a central location that puts its straight in the middle of the city's robust military and health care facilities, a convenience with which it also benefits from its proximity to Kingston's three internationally-respected educational institutions, all of which lie within an easy commute.
In just 18 minutes, Williamsville residents can make it to morning classes at Queen’s University with time to spare. Well-respected for its business and economic programs, this top 10 Canadian university is home to such notable facilities such as the Miller Museum of Geology and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, making it an important destination for all Kingston residents.
And in just half an hour, residents living at this condo can easily walk to St. Lawrence College, home to one of the highest-rated musical theatre programs in Canada, as well as the Royal Military College of Canada, a historic school that is home to five federal-registered heritage buildings and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Notwithstanding this great tactical advantage, Williamsville also provides a wide selection of nearby services and shops. Here, local residents have easy access to drug stores, restaurants, diners, beer store, and coffee shops. And, owing to its proximity to the commercially-developed Princess Street and a 20 minute walk away from Kingston downtown, this area has been recognized for its convenience to locals by scoring a sky-high Walk Score of 89, demonstrating that local residents can accomplish most errands on foot.
Given the nickname “Limestone City” for its abundance of historic architecture, Kingston is home to many beautiful buildings that stand in tribute to the city’s glorious past. As one of the Kingston’s original neighbourhoods, among its heritage collection Williamsville boasts the Kingston Memorial Centre, a 3,300-seat sport and entertainment facility located a short distance to the north.
Despite being in the centre of it all, this urban locale is not without its green space. Local residents can enjoy fresh air and green space at nearby parks like Victoria Park and Pine Street Park while dog owners can bring their companions down to the Memorial Centre off-leash dog park. Victoria Park Rink allows for skating as does the Tomlinson Aqua Park does for water sports during the summer.
Just outside the confines of the neighbourhood, local residents can reach big retailers like Canadian Tire and Loblaws in just 5 minutes by car, the same time it takes to reach the Kingston Centre Shopping Mall. And, as a result of Kingston’s set-up of arterial roads, driving around town is a hassle-free experience. Highway 401 is only 11 minutes by car, while the Kingston Airport is just 13 minutes away. Public transit commuters have their pick of local bus stops while the Kingston Bus Terminal lies just 16 minutes away.
As much as downtown Kingston caters to tourists with its bistro offerings and beautiful lakeshore as seen by the perennial Thousand Island tour, this vibrant community is not without tourist attractions of its own. Every year, Williamsville host such popular festivals as the Kingston Fall Fair, the Kingston Ribfest and Craft Beer Show, and the Kingston Health and Fitness Expo.
The real estate market can be a risky place where speculation runs rampant. And yet, for this new pre-construction condo named after the city’s oldest fortification, the choice not to invest in this great opportunity is simply indefensible.
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The Frontenac Condo Developer
Patry Inc. Developments is a premier multi-unit residential developer that specializes in providing high-end housing close to Queens University. This developer is responsible for constructing Kingston’s largest off-campus residences, the 5-storey mid-rise The Edge, as well as the Riverstone Apartments, a lavish residence that comes equipped with a rooftop terrace and a high-ceilinged party room.
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