High-Rise Condo in Toronto
Rodeo Drive stands out as an awe-inspiring landmark in the Don Mills neighborhood due to the breathtaking architecture of the famous company Hariri Pontarini and the elegant interior design of the award-winning Alessandro Munge. Rodeo Drive rises 32 stories and is distinguished by a stunning black-and-white color scheme reminiscent of classic modernism. In every direction, the tower provides park-like vistas of downtown Toronto, Don Mills, and the Bridle Path neighborhood.
In close proximity to the CF Shops at Don Mills are several parks, community centers, retail malls, hair salons, restaurants, ravine trails, and parks. Thousands of full-time students attend York University and University of Toronto Scarborough in close proximity to the development. This is a fantastic site for an off-campus student apartment.
The Rodeo Drive Condos are situated on O’Neill Road in the Toronto suburb of Banbury-Don Mills. Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East are a prominent crossroads. There is an abundance of adjacent lifestyle facilities, including local eateries, neighborhood cafés and bars, grocery stores, banks, and boutiques. The condo is in close proximity to some of Toronto’s most desirable districts.
The development has an excellent transit rating. The condo’s front door is next to a streetcar station and a bus stop, allowing residents easy access to both. The Eglinton LRT Cross Town is around five minutes away by car from the apartment. For motorists, the condo’s proximity to the DVP facilitates travel to neighboring Ontario communities, including Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough, and the northern GTA.
The development is adjacent to daycares, elementary and secondary schools, which is convenient for families. These schools include Don Mills Middle School, Crescent School, and Northern High School, among others. In addition, postsecondary institutions such as York University – Glendon Campus and George Brown College are easily accessible.
Additionally, amenities for extracurricular activities such as Casa Loma and the Royal Ontario Museum are close. Numerous magnificent parks, including Mackin Hancock Park, Moccasin Trail Park, and Duncairn Park, are situated near the structure.
Rodeo Drive Condominiums will be a 32-story, 425-unit complex. Units are anticipated to provide a combination of one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom with den floor plans. The apartment is designed with several internal and outdoor amenity areas.
Residents have access to an attractive lobby with a 24-hour concierge, party room, indoor lounge with kitchen, and bar lounge. The on-site exercise facility is equipped with high-end equipment and machines, as well as a sauna. There is also an outdoor pool with an accompanying balcony for relaxing.