High-Rise Condos in Toronto
On this project, Hyde Park Homes and The Sher Corporation are collaborating. The building site is at the southeast corner of Shuter and Mutual Streets, next to Moss Park. The pre-construction phase of this new development project has begun in the Garden District of downtown Toronto.
According to the concept, a 32-story residential tower with 234 apartments and a 2.5-story base comprised of an existing historic building will be built on the site. For the foundation, the exterior of the old structure will be restored and incorporated into the lobby and amenity space for the apartments. The project will also include a variety of two-story townhouses with entrances from the inside of the foundation building.
Garden District condominiums in Toronto provide the convenience of being in the heart of the excitement. East of Dundas Square, in the official plan for downtown Toronto, this modest enclave is located in an area regarded as a cornerstone of the city’s development management strategy and the leading urban growth center in the Greater Toronto Area. This neighborhood offers shopping, entertainment, and a variety of trendy cafés and eateries.
On Richmond, Adelaide, and Sherbourne streets, cyclists have easy access to lanes that allow them to reach their destinations with little environmental impact. By streetcar, TTC customers may go east and west on Queen Street, or they can take the subway to Yonge-Dundas Station, which is just a few minutes from the hotel lobby. Drivers may easily access both the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway by taking lower Jarvis south for the Gardiner and Richmond east for the Don Valley.
In recent years, several other notable attractions in the region have expanded, including the significantly enlarged Ryerson University, located directly north of the city, and the world-class St. Michael’s Hospital. The site is close to the Eaton Centre, as well as an abundance of shopping, dining, and entertainment options in the district immediately west of the site, surrounding Dundas Square.