Builders are gearing up for launches across the Greater Toronto Area this fall.
As scores of projects are set to hit the market in the coming months, BuzzBuzzNews has rounded up all the mid- and high-rise launches expected for fall 2016.
1. 8 Cumberland by Great Gulf and Phantom Developments
The 51-storey 8 Cumberland is bringing 414 units to the area just north of Yonge and Bloor Streets. Thanks to its central location, the project’s address earns it a perfect Walk Score of 100 as the area is rich with amenities.
A key part in a plan to revitalize Sterling Road, a historically industrial strip in the city’s west end, Museum FLTS will encompass 150 condo units across 10 storeys. A perforated, modular facade defines the structure that will join a nearby, restored Tower Automotive Building.
Just west of Danforth and Main Avenues, the mid-rise, 166-unit Canvas Condos will bring classic brickwork with modern glass balconies and terraces to the evolving-but-already-vibrant Danforth Village community.
Overlooking Toronto’s 300-acre Downsview Park, this two-tower “boutique-style” condominium development will provide easy access to not only green space but Highways 401 and 407 as well as the TTC’s Downsview Park Station.
Following the launch of The Kennedys’ first phase, another one is in the pipeline already. The first phase included two residential towers with 663 units, while the new phase will bring a third condo tower and revamp the Delta East Hotel, which currently occupies part of the site under development.
In Old Toronto, 75 on the Esplanade will put future residents close to the historic Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Union Station, the Entertainment District and much more. The 34-storey project offers a total of 350 units.
7. AYC Condos by Metropia
Short for Annex Yorkville Connection, AYC is sprouting between the two iconic Toronto neighbourhoods and is made up of a combination of 39 luxury townhomes and 245 upscale condo residences in a 27-storey tower on Bedford Road.
This project blends modern lofts and heritage architecture. Much of the forthcoming structure — which has 32 residences — is new, but the design plays off of and incorporates the red-brick facade of the Temple Baptist Church at 14 Dewhurst Boulevard, just off Danforth Avenue.
At Plains Road East and Filmandale Road in Burlington, Rosehaven is introducing a pair of mid-rise condo buildings. Burlington is a lakeside city known for its outdoor amenities and natural green space, and Affinity fits right in — every unit will feature a balcony or terrace.
10. The Wyatt by The Daniels Corporation
The revitalization of Regent Park in downtown Toronto continues with The Wyatt, a 27-storey condo community. The Wyatt comes on the heels of considerable residential redevelopment and the completion of multiple amenities including the Regent Park Aquatic Centre and Regent Park Athletic Grounds.
11. The Park Club Condos by Elad Canada
The Park Club Condos, a 33-storey point tower, is Elad Canada’s latest phase in its 20-acre master-planned Emerald City community in North York. It will contain 265 condo suites and a host of amenities such as a spa, gym and yoga room.
By unit count, this 532-residence high-rise is the biggest high-rise launch anticipated for fall 2016. The 22-storey mixed-use tower from award-winning builder Great Gulf will have a six-storey podium with retail at street level.