Panda happens to be the new slab-style mixed use condo development by the Lifetime Developments that is coming very soon to the Yonge Dundas St West in downtown Toronto City. It is an anticipated 35 storey building with 629 dwelling units.
What Is Panda Condos All About?
Panda Condos is basically a residential development project in a site which was earlier occupied by a retail store called as the World’s Biggest Book Store that was established back in the 1980s and operated till 30th March 2014. Later it was demolished in November 2014. The earlier plan was to revive the land in to a chain of restaurants that comes with 40 foot ceilings designed by the Turner Fleisher Architects, however; now the plan for this locality is to redevelop the site into a mixed-use 35 storey building that is designed by the architectsAlliance. This plan also includes a 1-storey mezzanine and 3-storey commercial base.
Why Invest At Panda Condos?
- Amazing Location – The location of the Panda Condos in Toronto has an ideal 100/100 WalkScore, offers quick to prime amenities include Ed Mirvish Theatre, Eaton Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square and much more, located nearby major medical centers including Princess Margaret, Sick Kids and Toronto General, located nearby both Ryerson University and University of Toronto, quick and easy access to the Financial District, luxury shopping in Yorkville, an ideal 100/100 TransitScore.
- WalkScore – Panda Condos offer an ideal Walk Score of 100/100. The transit score are ecven perfect. This locality is in the Bay Street Corridor neighborhood in Toronto. The parks nearby include College Park, Labyrinth, Trinity Park and Larry Sefton Park.
- Connected To Everything – These downtown Toronto condos will be steps to the PATH system, subway, and the street car stop, which is very close to the Eaton Centre, retail shops and business tower, walking distance to the universities.
This highly anticipated development project is located at the 20 Edward Street which his in the heart of downtown core, a block north of Eaton Centre between Yonge and Bay Street. The building will be constructed on the historic Toronto city bookstore site which is just one block north of the Yonge Dundas Station. Across the street from Ryerson University, in walking distance to the University of Toronto, you will find numerous eateries like Denny’s Salad King, Red Lobster, etc. Greyhound station is closeby. Hence, this location is just ideal for the professionals, working near the Mt Sinai Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, Financial District, and Sick Kids Hospital etc.