This is an upcoming condo project along a bus rapid transit route that connects Downtown London to Fanshawe College and more.
809 Dundas Street Condos is a new mixed-use mid-rise condominium development in Western Fair District in London. These 24-storey pre-construction towers with a 3-storey podium and a total of 480 residential units are located at 809 Dundas St, within the Old East Village neighborhood.
Advantageously close to the city centre, two post-secondary institutions, and vital transit developments, this condo project offers investors a valuable opportunity in London. It is surrounded by urban convenience and entertainment, proving Old East Village to be a desirable and highly liveable neighbourhood.
809 Dundas Street Condos will be sporting two 24-storey Art Deco-inspired towers with geometric, tall, symmetrical designs in stucco and concrete.
The 3-storey podium will feature a red brick exterior and offer nearly 20,000 sq. ft. of prime commercial space on the ground floor facing Dundas Street, providing convenience to residents and the rest of the community.
There will be units available in one- and two-bedroom sizes, as well as penthouse suites. Upper floors will feature east- and west-facing terraces.
Additionally, over 300 parking spaces will be provided in fully enclosed underground and aboveground levels. More details about the building, suites, and amenities are TBA.
Location & Neighbourhood
London’s Old East Village is a very convenient place to get around on foot or bike. 809 Dundas Street Condos sports a walk score of 85 and a bike score of 75, thanks to raised cycling lanes on Dundas St that allow for safe and fleet bike travel. Many restaurants and businesses are along this main road, making it a great place to shop, dine, and play.
Many highly rated and diverse restaurants are just steps away, such as Unique Food Attitudes (Polish comfort food), Yaya’s Kitchen (Northern Nigerian cuisine), and Momo’s At The Market (Nepalese dumplings). A handful of independent grocers and convenience stores are within walking distance, while bigger chains like Real Canadian Superstore, Food Basics, and FreshCo are a short drive away.
This neighbourhood functions as an entertainment district, with nearby venues like Aeolian Hall and Palace Theatre providing performance space and arenas like Western Fair Sports Centre and The Raceway at Western Fair District offering other types of popular entertainment. The Banting House National Historic Site is also close by. It is a museum celebrating the Canadian hero Sir Frederick Banting, the inventor of insulin.