Top 2019 Toronto New Condos
Let’s see what 2019 has in store for Toronto and GTA new condos.
Azura Condos is a new condo and townhouse development by Capital Developments currently in preconstruction at 15 Holmes Avenue, Toronto. This Condos has a total of 339 units.
Capital Developments presents a master-planned community just south of the Finch subway station in the centre of everything you need! Families, students and young professionals alike will be attracted to all this development has to offer.
Situated on a leafy cul-de-sac off the main road, Azura Condos is a 29 storey building with 339 suites. Designed by IBI Group, the buildings will boast stunning exteriors with interiors to match. All suites will feature either a balcony or a terrace.
Azura Condominium at 15 Holmes Ave. will offer stunning views, sophisticated finishes and luxurious amenities. Register today to learn more about this incredible opportunity!
Transit in this area is endless! Within 5 minutes, residents will arrive at Finch subway station where the choice of connecting to your destination via train, TTC Bus, the VIVA bus, and Go Transit are conveniently up to you. It’s no wonder why Azura has a Transit Score of 100/100!
The next Top 2019 Toronto New Condos is:
Prime Condos is a new condo development by CentreCourt and Centrestone Urban Developments Inc. currently in preconstruction at 319 Jarvis Street, Toronto. Sales for available units start from the $300,000’s. Prime Condos has a total of 457 units.
At the intersection of Dundas and Jarvis, PRIME is located in the heart of the East Core – a thriving growth district on the east side of Yonge Street that as undergone remarkable growth over the past 5 years. Nestled between the College and Dundas subway stations, the East Core’s growth has been driven by an influx of recent residential development and major investments in education, finance, health science and technology.
Has a walkscore of 96/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
Located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto
3 minute walk to the Jarvis St Stop
Walking distance to Ryerson University
Close to shops, restaurants and schools
Has a transit score of 100/100: world class public transportation
Nearby parks include Allan Gardens, Joseph Sheard Parkette and Winchester Square Park
Ryerson University is just opposite of the upcoming Prime Condos. This University is in high-demand and has unrivalled growth in student admissions over Ontario’s leading schools. 7,000 undergraduate students have been admitted to Ryerson University over the past five years.
Student housing is under-serviced in the Ryerson University area as the housing market has not kept pace with the growth in student population. If 7,000 students continue to enrol in Ryerson University over the next 5 years, the area will need 12 buildings the size of Prime Condos to house them all!
The third Top 2019 Toronto New Condos is:
CRU 11 Yorkville Condos is a new preconstruction condo development by Metropia, RioCan Living and Capital Developments located at 11 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto (Yorkville/Yonge).
CRU 11 Yorkville Condos will be 62 storeys with a total of 716 condo units.
CRU 11 Yorkville Condos Highlights:
-Walkscore of 100/100
-Located in the Annex neighbourhood in Toronto
-World-class public transportation
-Surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment
-Close to school and hospitals
-Nearby parks include Harold Town Park
DEVELOPMENT NAME: CRU 11 Yorkville Condos
DEVELOPER(S): Metropia, RioCan Living & Capital Developments
BUILDING TYPE: Condominium
ADDRESS: 11 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto ON M4W 2G8
And the final Top 2019 Toronto New Condos is:
THE UNITED BLDG CONDOS pre-construction Condo is a mixed-use building.
Located at Dundas West and University Avenue (481 University Avenue) Downtown Toronto in FINANCIAL DISTRICT.
Estimated completion year: 2021
Architect: B H Architects
Number of Suites: 748
Located at 481 University Ave., Downtown of Toronto
Walk score: 99/100
Transit score: 100/100 excellent transit
Bike score: 74/100
Close to :
- Eaton Center
- Ryerson University
- The Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD U)
- Kensington Market
- Quine’s park
- Art Gallery of Ontario
- Nathan Phillips Square
- Larry Sefton Park
- Downtown Diversity Garden
The Gardens of the Osgoode Hall