News of declining home sales in the GTA were far from the minds of prospective homebuyers lining up for the launch of Central Condos in downtown Toronto. Developer Concord Adex held the grand opening event at its downtown Toronto presentation centre, located at 23 Spadina Avenue. Inside, crowds filled the large space in anticipation of learning more about the new development, while outside, Tesla vehicles were on display to highlight the project’s electric vehicle charging capabilities in all of its parking spots. Central is the first high rise condominium in Ontario to offer EV charging outlets in 100 per cent of its parking stalls.


The overwhelming response was a result of Concord’s ingenuity to design a new living and working concept that complements future needs, incorporates unique features and design, offers an exceptional location and is backed by the developer’s extensive experience in condo construction. The company has previously developed significant large-scale projects including Concord Park Place in North York and Concord CityPlace in downtown Toronto, in addition to numerous projects across Canada and the UK.

Located at 38 Widmer Street in Toronto’s vibrant Entertainment District, Central is steps away from a wealth of shops, theatres, cafes, restaurants and bars. It’s also situated at the centre of the city’s tech hub and within proximity of several startups and established companies like Shopify, Ebay, WeWork and Google.


The future-proof development was designed with the city’s growing pool of tech talent in mind. For example, with more and more Canadian employees working from home, Central Condos offers a shared-space office in its communal area. Residents can meet and join other neighbours or colleagues within the building to work and share ideas, forming a vibrant and productive community within the development. It’s also equipped with the latest in teleconference and video equipment, built-in wireless chargers and frosted glass windows for privacy. Plus, with 100 per cent WiFi coverage throughout all the amenity spaces, you can ensure that you’re always connected — even in the underground garage.


Other high-tech features include the use of near-field communications (NFC) technology for building entry through your mobile device, smart thermostats with integrated artificial intelligence systems and built-in refrigerated lockers for online grocery deliveries.


To learn more about the development, be sure to register online at centraltoronto.com.


For more information, visit centraltoronto.com or call 416 813 0999.

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