Just a few minutes’ walk from the distinctly urban intersection, this project is proposed as a 13-storey building with just 79 units, for an intimate, yet welcoming feel. 2128 Yonge Street Condos is the site of a pre-construction condominium under development by Reserve Properties in Toronto’s Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood.
This is your chance to be part of a rapidly growing neighbourhood where high-end shops, restaurants and lifestyle amenities are plentiful, job opportunities are booming and not one, but two, rapid transit lines will soon be serving residents.
This new condominium take advantage of a prime site overlooking both a ravine on the western side and a bustling main artery on the east.
The building is proposed for 13 storeys with retail space at street level and 79 residential suites above. The unit mix is tentatively expected to include 13 studio units, 39 one-bedroom, 19 two-bedroom and 8 three-bedroom units, for a range of living styles. Dimensions will likely range from approximately 420 square feet to almost 1,300.
An indoor amenity space with northeast views will be incorporated onto the building’s eighth floor. Spanning 548 square feet, it’s expected to consist mostly of an entertaining space with sleek kitchen and bar facilities.
It will connect with a 387-square-foot outdoor terrace, a fantastic spot to relax with a glass of wine and admire the midtown skyline.
A lane on the site’s western edge will be widened, providing access to a car elevator, leading to 26 parking units in an underground garage.
This developer has a particular knack for designing trendy boutique spaces, so we’re expecting a series of warm, yet modern finishes and features here.
Location & Neighbourhood
Yonge and Eglinton condos present an opportunity to be part of a dynamic, cosmopolitan neighbourhood that continues to experience unprecedented growth.
In fact, according to data from Urban Toronto, a digital publication that tracks growth and development across the GTA, the area is on track to be one of the densest neighbourhoods in Canada.
An influx of residential and office towers has sprung up in the last few years, with many more either in the proposal or construction phase. A multi-million-dollar retail expansion on the northwest corner has vastly improved the stretch, and a roster of upscale shopping, dining and entertainment options can be found in the immediate area, creating a distinctly urban vibe comparable to downtown Toronto.
Many investors are taking advantage of pre-construction condominiums near Yonge and Eglinton in anticipation of the crosstown LRT, which will be servicing residents in a few years. Expected to add 20 km of rapid transit access across Eglinton, it will make this intersection one of only a few in the city with rapid transit access in all four directions.