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High-rise condo in Toronto

The Saint condominium is a new premium tower with a sleek design and a dark-tone façade that will become a hallmark in Toronto’s most coveted area.

Minto Communities, a Canadian real estate business based in Ottawa, Ontario, is constructing this Toronto condo building at 89 Church Street. This project is expected to be completed in 2023.

It is a four-story structure with 418 units ranging in size from 780 to 1,645 square feet. The floor plan has one to three bedrooms with ceiling heights ranging from 9’0″ to 10’0″.

The available units in this Toronto condo for sale start at $1,000,000.

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This site is in the Church-Yonge Corridor region, which has a walk score of 98 out of 100 and is regarded as a walker’s paradise.

New condo complexes are springing up all over the Church-Yonge Corridor, gradually altering the character of this downtown neighbourhood to city chic.

Everything you need for a full, rich life is right outside your door: parks and conservation areas, beautiful lakefront paths, excellent schools, transit services, big-box shopping, family recreation and community centers, and much more!


This location has a perfect transit score of 100, indicating that residents will have easy access to many transit links to assist them in navigating the region in a breeze.

Residents of Saint Condos enjoy the utmost convenience of TTC bus lines passing outside their front door, as well as adjacent expedited and 24-hour services. There are also neighbouring streetcar routes that link to the metro and transport commuters into Union Station in about 10 minutes.


The condo’s location is home to various educational institutions. Church Street Junior Public School, Heydon Park Secondary School, and Oasis Alternative Secondary School are all nearby primary and secondary schools that are less than a 10-minute drive away.

While postsecondary students will appreciate the proximity to Ryerson University, Northeastern University, and the University of Toronto, this neighbourhood is perfect for an off-campus living option.

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Heart Lake Conservation Area


Investors do not want to miss out on this fantastic chance to live in Canada’s largest city and enjoy urban convenience while also taking in the magnificence of a stunning, picturesque location. Families may enjoy hiking areas such as Chorley Park Trail Connection, Bayview Multi-use Trail, and Toronto Hiking and Conservation Club, which are less than a 17-minute drive away.

Water parks are a well-known attraction for people of all ages, such as Kidstown Water Park and Wading Pool, among many others.

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The Saint only delivers the greatest amenities to its future residents. Wallman Architects, a well-known architectural firm, designed it with both historical and modern elements.

Over four stories, there are about 17,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor recreational space.

The Saint
The Saint

Grand two-story lobby with 24-hour concierge and residents’ lounge, private rooftop lounge with a party and game room, co-working area, and outdoor space with unimpeded 360-degree views of the city. There will also be about 1,500 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.

Wellness is the focus of almost 10,000 square feet of double-height amenity space. Figure3 has curated a spa experience with infrared saunas and rail rooms, as well as treatment rooms and salt and meditation rooms.


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The Minto Group has been developing homes all across the USA and Canada. 60,000 homes have been built by Minto between the Greater Toronto Area, Ottawa and Calgary. Having built over 85,000 homes, they are incredibly knowledgeable in this industry. 

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