This tower is going to continue to add to the density in this part of city that’s becoming one of the most urbanized and central parts of the GTA.
85 Broadway Ave is being developed by the Pemberton Group, and it’s going to be a new resplendent tower on this integral street corner. It will have ample amenity space and sweeping views of Midtown, which is swiftly becoming the city’s next major urban playground.
This is an increasingly central location that is surrounded by local amenities and transit options. The transit is about to get even better with the incoming Eglinton Crosstown LRT, which will provide access down the Eglinton corridor.
This 37 storey tower will rise out of a one storey podium. It will house 11 apartment replacement units in addition to its 340 condos suites. Of the units for sale, there will be 204 one-bedroom units, 119 two-bedroom units, and 17 three-bedroom units.
This development is due to become a landmark in the region with its iconic design that includes sturdy columns surrounding its podium and stylish balcony arrangement on the tower.
Lucky residents of this development will be treated to ample amenity space. The ground level will have 840 square feet of indoor amenity space, as well as 3,864 of outdoor amenity space that will resemble an outdoor cafe.
There will be amenity space on the third floor too. The 6,889 square feet of indoor amenity space will be bolstered by soaring 12 foot ceilings. The surrounding terraces will be allocated for 3,337 square feet of outdoor amenity space.
Another tremendous feature of this building is its sizeable balconies and terraces with which nearly all units are appointed.
Location & Neighbourhood
This tower is on the southwestern corner of Broadway and Redpath. It’s got existing high-rise residences to the north, low-rise homes to the east, a mid-rise residential building to the south, and existing mid-rise homes to the west.
It is part of the vast Midtown neighbourhood, close to the intersection of Yonge and Eglinton.
This is one of the most central locations in the city, so it’s no surprise that that it’s surrounded by stores, services, and restaurants.
The Yonge-Eglinton Centre acts as the main shopping destination for the locals, as it is equipped with everything you could ever need. It has a Metro, grocery store, Winners, and LCBO, so residents will be able to pick up all of their odds and ends without the use of a car. There’s even a Cineplex here, so you’ll even have your entertainment covered.
Eglinton Station is directly south of the Yonge-Eglinton Centre, and this is one of the most vital subway stations in the city. It connects to Line 1 Yonge-University and it can quickly take riders to downtown or up to North York Centre, but it’s about to become even more important.