One Delisle Condos
One Delisle Condos Highlight:
- The Condo in the Heart of Midtown Toronto
- seconds to the Subway Station
- Walking Distance to the Supermarket
- Close to St Clair Village Shopping
- the Final Destination of the Toronto Top Restaurants
- Toronto major traffic Hub, Close to 401/DVP
- Walk Score of 96 out of 100. Transit score of 89 out of 100
- Nearby parks include Glenn Gould Park, David A. Balfour Park and Loring-Wyle Parkette
Along with the new building, the Delisle Parkette on the east side of the site will be redesigned and enlarged as part of Slate’s larger makeover of the area. The surface parking lot to the east of the parkette will be combined with the existing green space, thereby enlarging it by 50%, and a pedestrian connection will slot between 30 and 40 St. Clair Avenue to the south to provide mid-block pedestrian access to St. Clair. Furthermore, the various underground parking garages of the buildings on this block will be combined and reorganized into one large garage, allowing for the removal of two of the five existing parking entrances and the coordination of underground loading and services.
Top Reasons to Invest in One Delisle
One Delisle will be a condominium complex located at 1 Delisle Avenue. At the intersection of St. Clair Avenue East, the development is in a prime location, in a neighbourhood called Deer Park, just north of Summerhill.
Right in the middle of a number of highly desirable and affluent neighbourhoods like Rosedale, Forest Hill, and Moore Park, Deer Park is a vibrant commercial area along Yonge Street. Well-connected and convenient, residents of One Delisle will have direct connection to the subway, and to major street arteries of the city.
Home to theatres, luxury retailers as well as excellent amenities like Loblaws, pharmacies, home hardware and the Toronto Public Library, Deer Park is ideal for residents who enjoy short walks to run their errands. Other attractive local services like fitness centres, the Badminton and Racquet Club of Toronto, and others make for a vibrant, active community. Not to mention Toronto’s excellent selection of green spaces and parks. David A. Balfour Park in particular is just across the street, and follows Yellow Creek to the Park Drive Reservation Lands. Cyclists will have fairly easy access to the area’s many ravines and bicycle trails – another way to get around the city while also reducing your carbon footprint, and getting some exercise!
Deer Park is home to a number of excellent schools, including the Junior and Senior School campuses to the York School as well as the Deer Park Junior and Senior Public School.
This beautiful, tree-canopied neighbourhood is steeped in Toronto history, with countless gorgeous heritage buildings nearby, and Toronto architectural institutions. The local LCBO, for example, might be the most beautiful in the province, having taken over and rejuvenated the old Summerhill Train Station. Shop in style in this luxurious, stylish neighbourhood, and when you’re done, take in an exquisite dinner in one of the many highly-rated local restaurants.
Getting around in Midtown by car is easy – streets both major and residential are laid out in a grid format, with beautiful overhanging trees throughout the various midtown neighbourhoods.
It’s not hard to get out to the rest of the city and beyond, either. The Allen Road in midtown’s north-west corner is an easy access to Toronto’s highway network, connecting residents to Highway 401, 404, 400, and many more. There’s also the Don Valley Parkway just to Midtown’s east, which winds through Toronto’s picturesque ravine system and proves t one one of Toronto’s main arterial highways. Once travellers hit one of these major routes, access to “cottage country”, eastern towns like Kingston and Peterborough, or the Niagara Region are all short drives away.
Travel within the city of Toronto couldn’t be more simple. One Delisle will be essentially built near the St. Clair TTC Station, providing instant access to the TTC Subway. The Two largest Subway Lines, Line 1 Yonge-University, and Line 2 Bloor-Danforth intersect within Midtown, just three stops away at Bloor-Yonge Station, making transportation through the six boroughs of Toronto and beyond a simple, seamless affair.
Streetcars also run through East and west along St. Clair, providing easy travel across the city, and also a simple connection to St. Clair West Subway Station.
This project is essentially a transportation hub, making it a highly desirable location for those who are looking for an urban lifestyle with a great deal of infrastructure and amenities.
Midtown has seen some of the most radical change in all over Toronto over the past 50 years. Neighbourhoods have transformed rapidly as progress and urban density have demanded so much from the area. As populations continue to densify, Condos will continue to be the natural choice. We see development strategies from places like Yonge & Eglinton beginning to spread outward, with more high-rise buildings sprouting up in the Annex, and Davisville, among others.
Unused or closed down factories and other lands are being repurposed into thriving community hubs and mixed-used buildings. It’s said that within the next twenty years, Toronto will have more high-rise condominium buildings than any other city in the world, and as single professionals continue to prefer downtown and midtown life when compared to more suburban options, it’s expected that demand for condos will continue to rise even after that boom has levelled-off.
Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Midtown.
With a total rejuvenation of the corner of Yonge Street and St. Clair, an important transit hub is about to see a big influx of residents, changing the neighbourhood forever.
Property prices have increased exponentially in recent years due to high demand, increased interest, and low supply.
Average condominium sale in the area in the neighbourhood $1,287,001
Average price for a detached home $3,073,684
Since 2015, there have been just 4 developments, totalling 405 units at Yonge and St.Clair.
9 developments totaling 3,578 units (Yonge & Eglinton)
8 developments totaling 3,995 units (Yonge & Blorr)
There were 900% fewer units launched in Yonge & St.Clair versus Yonge & Bloor and Yonge & Eglinton. There is huge pent up demand and not nearly enough inventory to satisfy prospective buyers.
Rental units at this important node are scarce.
59 rental units available on the market in a 700m radius of One Delisle
859% more rental units available at Yonge & Eglinton
597% more rental units available at Yonge & Bloor
- DEVELOPER: Slate Asset Management
- ARCHITECT(S): Studio Gang Architects And WZMH Architects
- UNITS: 293
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