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ALiAS is a blazing beacon of rock & roll attitude and edgy sophistication in the heart of Old Toronto. Shooting 45-storeys above the Toronto skyline—topped with an iridescent gold penthouse—it ignites the night like a firework.
Steps from the bustling Financial District and Ryerson, George Brown and OCAD University campuses, move into this community of free spirits conceived by the box-breaking design team at Teeple Architects. An architectural feat of glazed black brick designed to “cascade” down the building façade, Alias reinvents the southwest corner of Church Street and Richmond Street East.
Restaurants, clubs, coffee bars, art walks, and green spaces too—they’re all yours to experience at this intersection where Old Town meets Downtown, the moment you open your door.
Toronto boasts a kinetic arts scene with thoughtfully curated museums and annual festivals for art, film, and music. ALiAS’s live music lovers are just five minutes from Massey Hall, where rock stars, pop stars, folk legends and viral indie acts meet Toronto. Dance and theatre devotees have their pick, too, from The Elgin Winter Garden Theatre to the Princess of Wales Theatre—both a short walk, or subway ride away. Also nearby, the Art Gallery of Ontario keeps aficionados up on local and global notables.
With three university campuses, Old Town is not only one of Toronto’s key intellectual centres, it’s an incubator for some of the city’s freshest thinkers. Ontario College of Art & Design University, better known as OCAD, prides itself on being “the university of the imagination” where students are inspired to crash current ceilings in design, media and art. Similarly, Ryerson University undergrads are committed to innovating their communities through entrepreneurial activations, while George Brown College cultivates generations of opportunity for scholars and Toronto-at-large.
Old Town is Toronto’s tech capital with Google, Amazon, Pinterest, and Reddit all in shouting distance. TikTok and DoorDash are a commute away, and Netflix is coming soon.