The Plant Condos - CondoTrend
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

The Plant Condos

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)

Mid-rise condo in Toronto

41 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, ON

West Queen West’s fashionable neighbourhood is poised to receive a bold and imaginative new addition from a builder who already knows the neighborhood well. Prioritizing both pleasant, modern living and urban agriculture, this condominium is a cutting-edge building that offers something completely different.

This Toronto pre-construction condominium, located at 41 Dovercourt Road, just south of Queen Street West, is projected to be a mid-rise with just 77 apartments. There are a number of floorplans available, ranging in size from 418 to 1,615 square feet.

Get the first access to the floor plans and price list.


Floor Plan

  • 2 Bed

Want to know the price?

Want to know the price?

Want to know the price?

Want to know the price?

Want to know the price?

Want to know the price?


It’s difficult to find a neighborhood more trendy, quirky, or authentic than this west-end enclave. It is one of the world’s second hippest neighborhood, and it’s an honor that has been won entirely.

With its colorful streets teeming with artists, students, creative workers, and young families, there is always something to entertain, interest, or invigorate you.

Exhibition GO train station-min


Additionally, the city of Toronto is studying possibilities for a relief subway line and has suggested that the preferred route for a relief LRT would situate a station directly across from the condo complex, at the junction of King Street East and Sumach. Additionally, the location gives convenient access to the Don Valley Parkway and Lakeshore Boulevard for people traveling by car. A new bis route will let TTC vehicles to circle past the property, and the design will include an extra bus bay as requested by the TTC.


This section of road is a vibrant area primed for significant expansion. It’s a bustling and active neighborhood situated only steps from OCAD University and a short walk from internationally renowned Ryerson University. It keeps all of your essentials close to reach. There is never a shortage of shopping, eating, and entertainment alternatives in a city.

Parkdale Collegiate Institute, West End Parents Daycare, Saint Mary Elementary, St Francis of Assisi, Ryerson Community School, Shirley Street Junior Public School, and Clinton Street Junior Public School are just a few of the neighborhood’s schools.

University of Toronto-min
Station Park-outdoor


This condominium building is located only steps from the Queen and King streetcar lines, which operate 24 hours a day and connect you to the rest of the city. It takes around ten minutes to reach the downtown center, making it an ideal location for professionals and executives seeking a stress-free and rapid commute to the Financial or Fashion Districts. This building is a one-of-a-kind and magnificent place to call home, and its popular, active location also makes it an excellent investment property.

High Park is 400 acres in size, with about a third of it surviving in its natural form, filled with oak woods, tall willows, and Cherry Blossom trees. The remainder of the park is made up of expansive picnic spots, sculpted gardens, a pool, tennis court, café, and amphitheatre, as well as a zoo. This is a situation that is actually in your backyard. For shopping, eating, and sightseeing, some of Toronto’s most unique areas, such as Parkdale, Roncesvalles, and Liberty Village, are only minutes away.

Register to receive investment tips


Sustainable features including as LED lighting, low-VOC materials, and geothermal heating will benefit residents of this West Queen West mid-rise. By far the most interesting and talked-about aspect of this new development is their groundbreaking “terrace-to-table” idea, which incorporates architectural elements and facilities that assist food production. These include gardening plots, social dining spaces, and an industrial kitchen equipped for food preparation and party hosting. Additionally, this new structure had an inside greenhouse and nursery where homeowners could grow plants, vegetables, and seeds.

the plant condos_amenities2
the plant condos_amenities

This new condominium offers apartments with one or two stories, eat-in kitchens, and a range of one to four bedrooms, a rarity in today’s condominium market. With configurable features like as additional pantries and integrated hardwood counter extensions, your house will be not only functional, but also a real representation of your demands and aesthetic preferences.


Windmill Development Group Ltd.

Since its founding in 2003, Windmill Development Group has based itself on three main principles: sustainability, community-building, and profitability. The company strongly believes that high returns for investors and stakeholders does not have to come at the expense of creating environmentally-friendly communities that are integrated into the areas that surround them. Windmill is at the forefront of this philosophy, which has allowed them to strengthen their connections with partners at every step in the development process. 

You may also be interested in these projects near Toronto