in.DE Condos Summary
This new condo project proposes a 25-storey tower atop an undulating, four-storey podium that mimics the curve of the street it sits on, adding a touch of contemporary style to a growing downtown neighbourhood. in.DE Condos is a pre-construction tower proposed by Menkes Development for 219 Dundas Street East in Toronto’s Garden District neighbourhood. Suites will include a wide selection, ranging from studios to three-bedroom layouts, while retail and commercial space will occupy a portion of the building’s podium. The tentative occupancy date is set for 2021. The Garden District is an exciting and dynamic downtown neighbourhood, where we’ve seen a wealth of new development that shows no signs of stopping. Close to Ryerson University, The Eaton Centre and an abundance of shopping, dining and entertainment options, it’s an energetic district where housing is in high demand. The developers have yet to confirm an occupancy date for this building, so be sure to register with us for the latest information.
Condos in Toronto’s Garden District offer residents the chance to be part of one of the city’s most vibrant downtown neighbourhoods. A wealth of shopping, dining and lifestyle amenities are within walking distance, including the Eaton Centre, Massey Hall and the trendy shopping district along King Street East.
It’s a short walk to Yonge and Dundas, a high-pedestrian traffic intersection that features a subway station as well as Dundas Square, where you’ll find live music and other events all year round.
With a close to perfect 97/100 on its Walk Score, the condominium site makes getting around the city a breeze, no matter where you’re heading. High-density employment areas such as the Financial District, Ryerson University, St. Michael’s Hospital and the office-heavy stretch of King Street East are easy to get to, making this a great site for the busy professional who enjoys a short commute and an energetic, exciting neighbourhood to call home.
The Garden District features a varying landscape, where traditional Victorian and Gothic Revival homes line the side streets, and modern condominium towers continue to mark the major intersections. Several corners here are seeing significant development changes, adding modern living spaces and increased office and retail opportunities to the downtown area. At least two of these developments also propose boutique hotels. Be part of a dynamic urban transformation while enjoying all the luxuries and conveniences downtown Toronto has to offer.