High-Rise condos in Toronto
This new multi-building condo development is revitalizing an underutilized area of northwest Toronto.
Introducing the brand new Westdale Condos, an upcoming high-rise condominium project from the most reputable real estate developer, the Sorbara Group of Companies located at 33 Walsh Avenue, in Toronto, ON. The anticipated completion date for the Westdale Condos is still unknown.
The Westdale project would have six buildings of 14, 21, 23, 25, 30, and 40 stories of mixed-use condominiums with a total of 2,452 residential units. Graziani + Corazza Architects will design the building for the Sorbara Group of Companies.
Westdale Condos by Sorbara Group of Companies is a new condominium project set at 33 Walsh Avenue in Toronto’s Pelmo Park-Humberlea neighbourhood with a 52/100 walk score and a 65/100 transit score.
Pelmo Park-Humberlea is a friendly and family-oriented community. Residents are close to some of the city’s premier downtown supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, cafés, and restaurants, as well as entertainment alternatives including clubs, lounges, trendy bars, and sporting venues. This location is also close to green space and playgrounds. Louise Russo Park, Weston Village Park, Strathburn Park, and many others are all within walking distance.
Westdale Condos are in a prime neighbourhood with plenty of transit options. Those commuting on public transit at this address can reach Wilson Subway Station in just 9 minutes by car.
Meanwhile, motorists may easily reach major roads because the condo is located only north of Highway 401 and west of Highway 400. Toronto Pearson International Airport is about 8 minutes away for frequent travellers.
Parents with school-aged children will be interested in a wide variety of schools in the Westdale Condos area. Among the nearby elementary and secondary schools are St. Simon Catholic School, Pelmo Park Public School, St. Basil the Great College School, and many others.
Nearby top-tier universities are suitable for off-campus living. The University of Guelph-Humber and York University are just 15 minutes away for students looking to pursue their studies close to home.