219 Dundas East Condos
No. of units: 295
Address: 219 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1Z7
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219 Dundas East Condos Highlight
- Step to Ryerson University
- Close to the George Brown College
- TTC Street Car Stop At the door step
- Close to the supermarkt and Eaton Centre
- Short Drive to DVP
- Close to the Park.
A 29-story condo has been proposed at 219 Dundas Street East. The proposed tower would stand on a site currently occupied by a parking lot and a vacant three-story building. This building, with 295 condominium units, could change the face of the neighbourhood.
The shape of the site is irregular, and Turner Fleischer Architects have designed the body of the tower as a rounded structure, to meet the curving street. The 1,500-square-meter site is surrounded by very different urban contexts. To the west, the Jarvis corridor is in the midst of a high-rise boom, with both the 45-story Dundas Square Gardens and the 50-story Grid Condos now approved for the intersection of Jarvis and Dundas, where the 42-story Pace Condos is already nearing completion.
For the time being, however, the site’s immediate surroundings have retained a low-rise context. From a planning perspective, the site forms part of the Garden District’s Dundas Corridor Character Area, which identifies the stretch of Dundas between George and Sherbourne Streets as a priority retail strip. High-rise development can potentially be permitted in this area, though requirements stipulate the inclusion of ample ground-level retail.
The five-story podium features a 211-square-meter retail space at street level, while indoor and outdoor amenity areas are planned for the second floor. Above, the remainder of the podium and the 24 tower levels are given over to residential suites.
The developer for the project is not yet public. The proposal still in its very early stages so the development is subject to significant change and the current design of the tower may not reflect a finalized project.
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