DUKE Condos, the Dundas Street West mid-rise project coming to the uber-hot Junction neighbourhood, has attracted attention for its unique design. Mindful of the scale of the predominantly low-rise Victorian-era storefronts and century-old houses close by, the condo has a staggered shape that makes its eight storeys seem far less tall.

Quadrangle Architects have added other smart design elements to the structure: the just released terrace suites balance open-concept interiors with ample outdoor space.

Whether you’re looking for a one-bedroom unit, two plus den suite, or a three bedroom residence, the floorplans emphasize functionality. Entertaining? The dining and living area allows your guests to flow seamlessly out onto the terrace. The outdoor space also promises to be relaxing and green as all terraces are south-facing, overlooking the tree-lined streets of the historic west-end neighbourhood.

If you prefer to decompress on a Saturday afternoon, the terrace spaces provide the perfect getaway for residents in need of a quiet spot for a post-brunch hang out.

The one bedroom terrace suites start from $282,900, while the two-bedroom, two-bathroom plans start from $423,900.

Inside, the units are outfitted with stone countertops and integrated and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, while the 9-foot ceilings keep the spaces light and airy.

The 92-unit project by TAS is also committed to sustainability and the condo is being built to LEED standards. Situated near Keele and Dundas Street West, DUKE Condos will be a thoughtful addition to a neighbourhood on the upswing.


For more information contact duke@junctionlife.ca or 416 800 7738.

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