High-Rise condos in Toronto
Windsor House is a rare combination of urban convenience and country seclusion.
Windsor House is an upcoming condo building by recognized developer ONE Properties, currently in the preconstruction phase at 3005 Bloor Street West in Toronto, ON, with a completion date for occupancy yet to be announced.
This project will bring a beautiful 7-storey high-rise building with 51 units. Sizes range from 606 to 1,308 square feet in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations. Turner Fleischer Architects Inc. will design it, while Tomas Pearce will design the interiors.
The Windsor Condos by One Properties will be developed at 3005 Bloor Street West in Toronto’s Stonegate-Queensway neighbourhood, with a walk score of 88 and a transit score of 81.
This attractive area is a family-friendly community with numerous restaurants, parks, and retail centres, as well as excellent schools and easy access to movie theatres, museums, hospitals, and churches. The neighbourhood is only a 5-minute walk from the Humbertown Shopping Centre and a 10-minute walk from the Kingsway Mills Shopping Centre, and it provides a blend of comfort, elegance, and connectivity for all residents.
Furthermore, this neighbourhood has an excellent transit score of 81 out of 100. The Windsor House condos are just a few steps away from the Royal York subway station. In addition, the Kipling GO station is a 7-minute drive away. Pearson International Airport is about 14 minutes away for frequent travellers.
Motorists are also within a few minutes drive of the 427, which connects to the 401 and 409 northbound and the Gardiner Expressway and QEW southbound.
The location is bordered by densely populated, family-oriented residential areas that provide its residents with a variety of educational alternatives for students of all ages within walking distance, appealing to both families and investors.
The condo is also an excellent off-campus living option for university students. The University of Toronto Mississauga is only 23 minutes away, while the University of Toronto is only 25 minutes away.