High-Rise Condo in Toronto
This is a new apartment complex in the center of downtown Toronto, close to Ryerson University and one of the biggest retail malls in Ontario, the Toronto Eaton Centre.
Graywood Developments‘ Centricity Condos in Toronto are a new high-rise condo development. This 53-story, 570-unit pre-construction building is situated at 241 Church Street at the northeast corner of Church and Dundas Streets in The Garden District neighborhood. Since it has become a hub for condo building, this neighborhood has become one of the city’s most desirable residential districts.
The Centricity Condos are located in the Garden District, one of the most coveted downtown areas. Within minutes of Allan Gardens, Moss Park, and Ryerson University will be the pre-construction apartment. Since 1858, the Allan Gardens conservatory has served as an indoor botanical garden.
This apartment, situated at the junction of Church and Dundas streets, is within walking distance of many TTC bus stations and tram bus stops. Union Station may be reached by automobile in seven to nine minutes or on foot in around twenty minutes.
This condominium is just a hop, skip, and jump away from Ryerson University. Local institutions include University of Toronto St. George Campus, Victoria University, and OCAD University. St. James Square is also home to the City Hall Branch of the Toronto Public Library, the Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, and Sugar Beach.
Additionally, three large hospitals are located within a twenty-minute radius. The Toronto Eaton Centre, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Nathan Phillips Square, Yonge-Dundas Square, Yonge-Eglinton Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, and Queens Park are among the many alternatives for recreational activities.
Investors may anticipate the towering skyscraper to have 53 stories and 570 flats. The apartments will be offered in studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom configurations. The tower of Centricity Condos will rise from a two-story platform including, presumably, retail space for a variety of uses.
This location will replace one of the downtown area’s few and most important petrol stations. Three street entrances, including Church Street, Dalhousie Street, and Dundas Street East, will provide residents with access to the building.