Is it the bustling crossroads of Yonge and Bloor? Or is it the geographically central Lawrence Park? Or the super-connected Union Station transit hub?
The Eglinton Crosstown LRT line promises to be a game changer. Though Yonge and Eglinton is no backwooods, the fast new transit line will open up the neighbourhood like never before. And 155 Redpath, a 36-storey tower steps away from the intersection, will be a big part of the new mix of transit and development coming to mid-town Toronto.
The 470-unit project by Freed Developments and CD Capital will be close to the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge Line and the new LRT line which will also have a station below the existing subway. As a bonus, the Crosstown will also provide faster access to Pearson airport for jet-setters.
155 Redpath will be front and centre as the neighbourhood continues its impressive boom. The nearby RioCan Yonge Eglinton Centre has an ambitious $100 million redevelopment plan underway that would see a new public square built on site as well as tons of new retail and office space as well. A host of new amenities are also in store for the area including a massive new Loblaws close by for all the edibles you’ll ever need.
Thanks to the great new plans for the area and the construction of 155 Redpath, Yonge and Eglinton has become a serious contender for the title of the true centre of Toronto.
The development is currently in the registration phase. Units will start from the mid $200,000s.
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