A transformative condo project is coming to this trending neighbourhood in Toronto’s central west end.
1749 St Clair Avenue West is a new mid-rise condominium in Toronto. This 12-storey pre-construction project with 70 units is located at 1749 St Clair Ave W, near the Old Weston Road and St. Clair Ave West in the Carlton Village neighbourhood.
This project combines contemporary living space, excellent transit access and thoughtful urban planning. Stay tuned to this page for the most recent updates on this development.
1749 St Clair West Condos will feature a 12-storey mid-rise condominium and an exclusive selection of 70 units divided into one to three bedroom units.
We anticipate the condominiums to contain spacious and open-concept suites. We should see contemporary interiors with modern fixtures and finishes. We also expect each suite to feature a balcony or terrace, providing private space for residents to enjoy a breath of fresh air.
this boutique condominium project will include underground parking and landscaping while contributing to the gentrifying nature of the area, providing much-needed contemporary space to live and play.
Location & Neighbourhood
1749 St Clair Ave West Condos is coming to an area being revitalised with several mixed-use developments under construction. As a result, the developers propose changing the Official Plan designation to a Mixed-Use Area and rezoning the property to a site-specific Commercial Residential (CR) Zone.
These modifications are in response to the site’s proximity to a future St Clair West GO/SmartTrack station and its central location in a Major Transit Station Area as a gateway to a new mixed-use area.
Areas labelled as mixed-use come with many benefits. This site has a phenomenal Walk Score of 89/100. One of this project’s dominant assets is its sterling location. It sits at the apex of St. Clair Avenue West and Old Weston Rd.
From this standpoint, motorists are within 10 minutes of the Allen Expressway, which provides commuters entry to Toronto’s major thoroughfares, highways and interchanges. In turn-downtown Toronto is a mere 15 minutes away, making the entire GTA quite accessible.