Top 6 new condos at Yonge and Eglinton

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As a dental practice at Yonge and Eglinton, we’re always paying attention to the new condos developments in the area. Beyond the population boom in Toronto’s #1-ranked neighbourhood according to Toronto Life magazine, we love how unique these new condos at Yonge and Eglinton are, and the kinds of people they’re attracting to the area. And while our corner of the world’s pricier than others, the new buildings and neighbourhood amenities MORE than make up for it.

Art Shoppe Condos

The Art Shoppe and Yonge and Soudan used to be a neighbourhood staple for furniture. But now that people are furnishing their homes online, a showroom of that size has outlived its usefulness. So it’s being replaced with 650 residential suites, 33,000 sq. ft. of amenities, including a Freed rooftop pool, Karl-Lagerfeld-designed lobbies and 80,000 sq. ft. of retail.

1 Eglinton East

This 68-storey condominium will become the tallest condominium at Yonge & Eglinton. It’ll be a mixed-use building (office and residential), but the best part is going to be direct access to the TTC — both the subway and the new crosstown LRT. If going outside in the winter isn’t your thing, this is your place.

150 Redpath

King West style comes north in this gorgeously conceived development by the famous Freed group  they’re the ones who built most of bottle service alley on King between Spadina and Bathurst. The plan is a 24-hour in-building diner that will deliver to your unit, or even to the rooftop pool.

Whitehaus Condos

You may have noticed the giant hole in the ground across the road from our clinic where the strip plaza used to be. It’s about to be filled by one of the most highly anticipated builds in the city, much less the neighbourhood. The plan is high-end finishes, an entire floor of amenities and over 80,000 sq. ft. of retail.

E Condos

The best features of this build have to be the south-facing infinity pool on the 58th floor and breathtaking views of the city from the cantilevered red glass box. This one’s being built as we speak, and while completion date is still unknown, we can see direct TTC access.

But, of course, the best feature of the area is the local dental clinic. Book an appointment and you’ll see for yourself.