A unique project in Toronto’s Lambton neighbourhood, this 12-storey condominium will feature conventional condo suites, along with a selection of townhomes and two-storey live/work units with direct access from the street. A wide range of dimensions are in the works here, ranging from studios to three-bedroom units. 3775 Dundas Street West is a pre-construction condominium under development by TAS.
Not only is this a picturesque location with easy access to the Humber River, Lambton Golf and Country Club and the historic Old Mill, it’s seeing a steady transformation as the need for modern housing here grows.
Perfect for families and mature couples, this project will be a striking addition to the surrounding area.
Occupying a sizable parcel of land on the southeast corner of Dundas Street West and Humber Hill Avenue, this project will stand 12 storeys and feature 293 units.
With a contemporary design by Teeple Architects, this building will both reflect its streetscape while adding a modern twist. The building will front onto Dundas West, where 12 two-storey live/work spaces line the street, accessible directly from the sidewalk.
Another 12 townhomes will be part of the development, integrated into the facade along the west and south facades, the latter of which overlooks a ravine. All townhomes will be accessible from street level.
Meanwhile, an intimate residential lobby will be located at the northwest corner of Dundas and Humber Hill Avenue. In total this condo’s units will contain a mix of 24 studios, 136 one-bedroom, 120 two-bedroom and 13 three-bedroom units.
Residents will have access to 6,695 square feet of indoor amenity space on the ground floor, along with another 6,695 square feet of outdoor amenity space, spread between the ground floor and a communal rooftop terrace on the 11th floor. 311 parking spots will be included as well.
Inviting and inclusive, this project is likely to set the standard for other buildings nearby as the area continues to urbanize.
Location & Neighbourhood
Lambton is a quaint and friendly west-end pocket where modern condominium and townhome developments are just starting to make an appearance.
A particularly scenic part of the region filled with ravines, oak trees and the meandering Humber River, it’s a great spot for those who appreciate easy access to a natural setting. Bird-watching and conservation areas are plentiful!
Though the immediate area is still in the process of urbanizing, nearby Bloor West Village and The Junction are lively neighbourhoods filled with eclectic shops, cafes and entertainment venues. Looking for a spa day or five-star dinner? Try the historic and romantic Old Mill, which is just minutes away.
It’s a ten-minute bus ride to Jane station, connecting you seamlessly with the subway system and some of the city’s best attractions, like the 300-acre High Park, which is just two stops away.
If you’re looking to invest in the first wave of modernization in an area with plentiful natural resources, this is the perfect project!