18 Dalhousie Condos
18 Dalhousie Condos is a new preconstruction mixed-use condo development in Downtown Toronto near Queen Street East and Church Street. It is develop by Pemberton Group with a total of 414 residential units and 49 storeys.
18 Dalhousie Condos Highlight:
- world-class Walk and Transit score of 100 out of 100
- located in the Heart area of Downtown Toronto
- less than 5 mins walk to Ryerson University
- less than 5 mins walk to Eaton Centre, Cineplex, Winners and more
- less than 10 mins walk to Toronto City Hall, George Brown College, Allan Gardens, and Cabbagetown
- World-class entertainment within walking distance (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Massey Hall, AGO and more)
- 12 mins to Union Station by bus
- 40 mins to Pearson International Airport by UP Express train from Union Station
- 9 mins walk to the Greyhound Canada Transportation
- Delicious restaurants can be easily found along Yonge Street
- Short commute time to U of T and George Brown College Waterfront campus
- Nearby parks include Trinity Park and Labyrinth, Moss Park and Larry Sefton Park
- Close to Five Major Hospitals included St. Michael’s Hospital, Sick Kid’s Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, Women’s College and Princess Margaret
Top Reasons to invest in 18 Dalhousie Condos
Church and Queen is right in the heart of an area known as the Garden District. This highly dense sector of the downtown core is known for it’s bustling city lifestyle. Just on the east side of Yonge, the Garden District envelopes most of the Ryerson University campus, Massey Hall, and countless shops, restaurants and attractions. Spend the afternoon getting inspired at the Art Gallery of Ontario, just a short walk away, or take in a movie at the charming Carlton Cinema.
Walking distance to the world-famous Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, the Garden District is essentially the epicentre of the city – with concerts and all kinds of city events being hosted in the glitzy Yonge & Dundas Square, and overflowing into the rest of the city. Festivals, parades, and cultural events make this neighbourhood a vibrant urban centre.
This section of Yonge Street has a storied history, often associated with the iconic “Sam The Record Man” neon sign that used to hang above the famous record store, and now has a permanent home at Yonge & Dundas Square. Many shops once considered Toronto landmarks have disappeared in the past few decades, but they are not forgotten, and the new projects in the area have focused on holding onto that central Toronto identity by mixing high-rise living with office and retail space on lower levels. As Ryerson University continues to expand, students have moved into the area, bringing with them energy and excitement. Unique attractions like Karaoke bars, and escape rooms, board game cafes and boutique bars have cropped up, creating new traditions and landmarks.
Greenspaces are abound in the area like the spectacular Allan Gardens just nearby – a historic green space with decades of history in the city, complete with off-leash dog park, multiple charming pathways, and a gorgeous canopy of trees. Other parks like Moss Park are nearby, and with unique neighbourhoods like Church & Wellesley and Cabbagetown just a short walk away, there’s always something fun or interesting going on nearby.
The most famous, and busiest road in Toronto, Yonge Street, is one of the longest streets in the world, and begins at the shore of Lake Ontario, and carries all the way north to Barrie. Other major streets in Toronto, Dundas, Bloor, Queen, King, and University form a grid foundation for which the entire city’s transit network rests. Travelling across the GTA is simple even just from these main streets which carry off in every direction towards the eastern and western reaches of the GTA, like Scarborough, Durham Region, Etobicoke, Peel Region and Halton Region to the east and west, as well as York Region in the north.
Public Transit is robust and ever-present in downtown Toronto thanks to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), with major subway lines, streetcar lines and bus routes all converging within the downtown district, and funnelling through the hub of Union Station, in the southern end of the Entertainment District. From here, travellers, commuters and explorers alike have seemingly unlimited options. The UP Express Train connects Union to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, the GO Transit infrastructure runs commuter rail lines across the entire GTA and beyond, and VIA Rail provides inter-city transit along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous region in all of Canada.
18 Dalhousie is located in a singularly convenient crossroads in Toronto. You can hop onto the subway in five minutes from your front door to just about anywhere in the city, but for most needs and desires, you need look no further than the Garden District. Easy commutes to Ryerson University and George Brown College St. James Campus, makes 18 Dalhousie a perfect place for students to settle in. And easy walks to shopping malls, supermarkets and even St. Michael’s Hospital mean that everything is conveniently located – you’ll probably be able to see it from your window!
- DEVELOPER: Pemberton Group
- ARCHITECT: Graziani+Corazza Architects
- UNITS: 414
- ESTIMATED COMPLETION: TBA
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