Toronto is truly a city of neighbourhoods.
Each has its own unique social, cultural, economic, and architectural qualities. Within each neighbourhood is a variety of residential and commercial real estate options ranging from pre-construction projects to large-scale zoning for retail and commercial redevelopment. Beyond the city, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) provides an expanse of land, and with that a plethora of opportunities. Because of this dynamic, a buyer would benefit from professional guidance of each area's characteristics and the potential benefits of certain pre-construction developments in order to make their best move.
Below we introduce some of the hottest pre-construction developments in every part of the Toronto's neighbourhoods. We are always watching and updating our website with new projects, so get in touch if you're interested in what you see!
The Toronto skyline beautifully illustrates the intense change and growth that has occurred in the past years. The Entertainment and Financial Districts are truly an urban core, with soaring glass facades, endless shopping, and world-class entertainment, food, and views. With the city's growth, the condo market has blossomed with new and interesting projects that offer a range of options from compact efficiency to sprawling luxury, all with quick access to everything this diverse and vibrant city has to offer. A condo building in it's pre-construction phase can be a perfect first-time purchase - to live in an exciting sky-high oasis down the road, or as a great investment. However, this downtown market takes some skill to traverse; finding quality is paramount in this vast supply of city residents. Over the years we have witnessed a complete redevelopment of Toronto's Waterfront, with attention now turning to areas such as the Yonge-Street Corridor, and Queen Street West and Chinatown.
Downtown Toronto also has many well established and sought after residential areas like the Annex, Yorkville, If you are looking for well-shaded streets, generous outdoor space, esteemed schools, and luxurious homes ranging from traditional to modernist, all the while maintaining quick access to the core of the city, these neighbourhoods offer all of this and more. The Annex, dabbled with parks and families, is a historic residential neighbourhood with beautiful brick homes and a community that thrives on the energy of the University of Toronto. Just next door, Yorkville is one of Toronto's most lavish retail and residential areas with beautiful hotels, luxury brands, and gourmet cafes.
"Step into Nobu Residences Toronto and be welcomed by a sense of calm and understated luxury. A celebration of materials and craftsmanship, Nobu Residences Toronto will be a sanctuary dedicated to thoughtful sophisticated living."
"Nobu Residences Toronto is uniquely situated to offer cinematic views of the city’s skyline, a captivating view of the CN Tower, as well as a broad sweep of Lake Ontario, Toronto Island, and the Financial District. Sit back and take in all the city has to offer.
"Distinction Condos is a new condo development by Lash Group of Companies currently in preconstruction at 11 Lillian Street, Toronto. The development is scheduled for completion in 2019. The development has a total of 98 units.
Thanks to excellent public transit access, a concentration of jobs, housing, and services, the dynamic location of Yonge and Eglinton has been identified as one of Ontario’s top Urban Growth Centers.
Yonge and Eglinton has an excellent walk score of 99 and is a riders paradise with a transit score of 98!
Distinction Condos is situated steps away from Yonge/Eglinton Subway station with accessibility to 24 hour buses. "
"151 Avenue Road is more than just a building. It’s a curving, sculptural statement going up at the corner of Avenue and Davenport. 151 Avenue Road is no cookie-cutter condo. It’s a concept that transforms the neighbourhood while achieving an appealing synchronicity with its surroundings. In a city of structures that strive only to blend in, it’s a true standout.
Every square inch of the 72-unit structure has been thought out, with carefully-considered details ranging from the organic waves of the curvaceous exterior to the luxury finishes in each suite. The daring, sculptural design of the building sets it apart. Unique forms encompassing large terraces look like wings about to take flight. It’s a modern touch nestled in amongst more traditional buildings. Like you, it’s sophisticated and stylish, bold yet subtle.
Located on the border of the gracious, historic Annex neighbourhood and glamorous Yorkville, with Rosedale just a few blocks away, 151 Avenue Road offers an incredible central location. But Avenue Road at Davenport is an enclave with a personality all its own. Surprisingly quiet and unpretentious, this little pocket of upper Yorkville is a favourite with urbanites who don’t want the hectic pace and noise of living a few blocks to the south."
"Bianca is Tridel’s new boutique condominium in the Annex. Merging dynamic architecture, stunning terraces and luxury suites within a multifaceted community, Bianca is within walking distance to Dupont Subway – making connected living easy and convenient."
Located at 420 Dupont Street a Walk Score of 93 and Transit Score of 95, shopping, transit, entertainment, school, and dining are only steps away! Tridel's pre-construction plan features a total of 245 units with 1, 2, and 3+ bedroom options and sizes varying from 600 Sq Ft. to 2300 Sq Ft.
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Midtown Toronto is a centrally located area that embodies the charm of quiet tree-lined neighbourhoods as a convenient alternative to the downtown lifestyle. If you are looking for well-shaded streets, generous outdoor space, esteemed schools, and luxurious homes ranging from traditional to modernist, all the while maintaining quick access to the core of the city, these neighbourhoods offer all of this and more. Davisville, Leaside, and Eglington. Just south of Davisville are Summerhill and Foresthill, known for their residential estates surrounding the business corridor of Yonge Street. These neighbourhoods provide easy accessibility to the heart of downtown, a smattering of green spaces and proximity to schools and health care, making it a preferred option for singles, couples, and families. We have seen major re-development particularly in the Yonge-Eglinton intersection and surrounding areas as a site for retail and condominiums.
150 Redpath is a stylish architectural statement for Toronto’s midtown landscape. It is not just a “project”, it’s a complete rebirth and rejuvenation. An incredible amount of capital investment is pouring into Yonge + Eglinton. Yes, 150 Redpath is a major piece, but it’s not alone. 155 Redpath, Art Shoppe Lofts + Condos and massive infrastructure investments by government and business alike are about to make Yonge + Eglinton a very, very sought after place to work, play and live.
150 Redpath Condos is a new condo development by Freed Developments and Capitals developments currently in preconstruction at 150 Redpath Avenue. The development is scheduled for completion in 2019. Sales for available units range in price from $199,900 to over $1,100,000. The development has a total of 543 units.
Located at Yonge and Eglington, this pre-construction building envisions a downtown vibrant lifestyle meets tucked-away tree-lined midtown location.
101 Erskine will consist of a 32 storey glass condo tower and 10 townhomes. Suites in the tower will range from studios to 2 bedrooms + den. The high-end community amenities include rooftop terrace with infinity pool and outdoor fireplace
lounge, entertainment spaces with private courtyard, alfresco dining lounge, and fitness amenities.
101 Erskine Condominiums is just one block north of Broadway Avenue and the brand-new high school. There will be a park walkway between the two avenues, adding to the community feel of the neighbourhood. 101 Erskine is also a “walker’s paradise” with a Walk Score of 95 out of 100, meaning that almost everything you could need — groceries, restaurants, parks, banking and more — is within walking distance.
Eastern half of Toronto has its own distinct pockets. Leslieville is cool, young, and an up and coming real estate market full of opportunity. The Beaches' has its own laid back and vibrant main strip full of ice cream and coffee shops with beautiful residential streets leading down to the water and boardwalk. The Distillery District is one of Toronto's most well preserved historical areas, drawing crowds to it's shops, galleries, and cobbled pedestrian streets paired with contemporary condos. Each neighbourhood is unique and charming, offering long lists of valuable assets and possible points of interest. In between many of these pockets are areas full of possibility, with real estate ranging from underutilized industrial buildings, character homes, and mixed-use store fronts.
"River City Phase 3 will be the third of four condos to be built in the West Don Land neighbourhood!
Unlike anything else, River City Phases 1 and 2 by Montreal-based Saucier + Perrotte Architects created a new architectural language in Toronto.
Situated directly on the Don River Park, with views of the park, the lake and the downtown skyline… this is definitely going to be something many will want to get in on!
The details aren’t finalized yet, but the early rumours have this 3rd phase condo as tall as 30 storeys!"
"The Logan Residences is a new mixed-use mid-rise condo currently in pre construction at 897 Queen Street East, Toronto. The development has a total of 73 units, 4 bachelor units, 52 one-bedroom units and 17 two-bedroom units. The garage will contains a total of 39 parking spaces, 4 of which are for visitors and 95 bicycle parking spaces. The Logan Residences Condos would be a high-quality addition to the Leslieville Neighborhood that will appropriately reurbanize and create an attractive and desirable streetscape along Queen Street East."
The western half of Toronto boasts an amazing collections of neighbourhoods that range in style, establishment, and cuisine. West Queen West, voted the 2nd coolest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue in 2014, is an epicenter of coffee and craft beers, fashion and art, bars and clubs, food, parks, and flower shops. While the Queen Street and Ossington Avenue strips themselves are often bustling, the streets surrounding them are composed of beautiful residents that range in age and style and from detached single family homes, to low-rise classic brick apartments, to newly constructed condo buildings. While some neighbourhoods, such as West Queen West, Ronvesvalles Village, High Park-Swansea, Little Italy, and Bloor West Village are already well established, areas like Parkdale and the Junction, Wychwood, Corso Italia, are transforming rapidly, offering a wealth of opportunities both exciting and profitable.
"The Roncy Condos is a new condo project by Worsely Urban Partners and is currently in pre- construction. The Roncy Condos will be located at 422 Roncesvalles Avenue in Toronto.
The Roncy Condos Toronto will be 8 storey tower with 93 mixed condo units of one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedrooms and two bedrooms plus den. The estimated completion date for The Roncy Condos is still unknown.
The Roncy is a condominium residence in the heart of Roncesvalles Village, walking distance from High Park and Sorauren Park. The Roncy is expected to launch in next couple of months, so be sure to register to keep up to date as more details become available. Only 93 units.
Residents will also have immediate access to the Dundas street car and the King street car lines. The Dundas West subway station, as well as stops for the GO Train and the new Union Pearson Express line, are also just north of the new condo."
"Rising above King West, WEST is the latest condominium design by Aspen Ridge Homes. Located in Toronto’s Entertainment District, this community of transitional design will be comprised of two towers, 12 and 14 storeys tall, with a striking podium. Modern design is blended seamlessly with the traditionalist architecture of old Toronto. Go West and get on the list today.
Proposed redevelopment by Jerudan Developments with design by Bernard Watt Architect of the former Coffin Factory building as well as the construction of two residential towers at 12 and 14-storeys. The project would include 367 residential condo units, with 271 parking spaces. Located at 89 – 109 Niagara Street Toronto."
North York, Scarborough, and Etobicoke: All within the city limits, these areas are all a quick commute into the core and are connected by public city transit while offering more variety in price range and, in many cases, a great opportunity to see the growth of Toronto effect value.
There are many interesting, both well-established and blossoming areas just outside of Toronto. To the west, they include: Missisauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton. To the north they include: Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham. To the east they include: Pickering, Ajax. Contact me if you would like to know more about taking advantage of these sub-market’s opportunities and proximity to Toronto’s urban metropolis.