EastUnitedCondos_Exterior1 When East United Condos launches later this spring, it will be the latest development project in Toronto’s up and coming downtown east side. The area has already seen several renewal projects on the go including Waterfront Toronto’s West Don Lands revitalization, Regent Park, and the future Globe and Mail headquarters now under construction on King Street East.

Located at 95 Berkeley between Queen Street and King Street, East United by SigNature Communities, Berkshire Axis Development and Andiel Homes will offer easy access to both the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway and be steps from TTC street car routes. However, with a Walk Score of 97, residents will be walking distance to many local amenities and attractions including the St. Lawrence Market, the Distillery District and the King East Design District.

Be sure to register online for your opportunity to be a part of this exciting community. And, while supplies last, registrants will get a free t-shirt to show their east end pride. Visit the website to choose your tees!

EastUnitedCondos_Tee The design of the project was developed by renowned architecture firm Giannone Petricone Associates and acknowledges the site’s historical past by preserving and incorporating the existing heritage building into the base. The early 1900s era Christie, Brown & Co. Stables building will form part of the podium facing Berkeley Street while the Parliament Street side features a modern five-storey podium designed to act as a contemporary play on the nearby industrial buildings.

EastUnitedCondos_Exterior East United Condos will rise 21-storeys and will house 279 units including six townhomes along with a full suite of amenities such as a fitness centre with yoga studio, rooftop patio with outdoor theatre, private dining room and a one-of-a-kind jam room.

Suites start at $199,900 and range in size from 350 square feet to 1,400 square feet.

Stay tuned to BuzzBuzzHome News as we receive more details and renderings in the coming weeks, and don’t forget to register online to get your free t-shirt!

For more information call 416 642 7870 and register online.

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