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Life Is About Socializing - Welcome to Social Condos
 

A new glimmering high-rise tower is coming to Toronto’s Garden District, and it’s set become the defining landmark in the neighbourhood. Social Condos will be located on the bustling corner of Dundas and Church, and it’s sure to become one of the most sought after developments in the GTA for years to come. This pre-construction development is planned to stand tall at 52 storeys, where the residential tower will rise out of a five storey podium whose ground level will feature ample retail space.

 

【Project Name】Social Condos
【Developer】Pemberton Group
【Completion】2022
【Number of Towers】1
【Number of Stories】52
【Number of Units】602
【Location】229 Church Street, Toronto

 

 

Location

The Garden District is one of the most vibrant and exhilarating urban environments in the entire GTA. It is home to many Toronto institutions including Massey Hall, St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica, and Maple Leaf Gardens, which is now a premium grocery store and LCBO. The area is also steps away from the world class Ryerson University, which could make this a great option for students or university faculty. The famous Eaton Centre is also only a few blocks away, so residents will never be out of reach of anything they need or want. The central location and striking design make this project a true stand out.

 

 

Developer

Over decades, Pemberton has built its reputation for creating successful residential and commercial developments of uncompromising quality. A Pemberton condominium rises above the rest because of the dedication, talent and leadership of the team behind it. Our residents benefit from design expertise and superb craftsmanship, and are surrounded by desirable features and truly exceptional amenities.

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