Number Of Storeys34
Number of Suites388
Est OccupancyQ1 2025
VIP LaunchFall 2022
Total Min DepositTBD
Among Regent Park, the West Don Lands, and East Bayfront—all Toronto waterfront neighbourhoods that are undergoing significant reconstruction and revitalization—is where you'll find Leftbank Condos. With the construction of thousands of additional residences, employment prospects, and transportation alternatives, the neighbourhood will undergo a significant makeover. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase in Toronto's upcoming prime neighbourhood.
A wealth of lifestyle facilities and everyday essentials are available in the city's amenity-rich location where the Leftbank Condos is situated. Numerous nearby shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues are conveniently close by. The neighbourhood, which has several brand-new schools, sports facilities, and entertainment centres, is extremely family-friendly. The Distillery Historic District, St. Lawrence Market, Yonge/Dundas Square, and the Eaton Centre are all close by and provide fantastic opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Leftbank Condos is a wonderful option for students seeking off-campus housing during the academic year because several of the city's most esteemed post-secondary institutions are close by. Centennial College and George Brown College both have campuses nearby, while Toronto Metropolitan University is conveniently located just a 6-minute transit ride from the property.
Gorgeous parkland, natural pathways, waterfront beaches, and the harbourfront may be spotted on Toronto's east side. Corktown Commons, an 18-acre park with picnic spots, playgrounds, and a splash pad, will be accessible to Leftbank Condos residents on foot. Additional nearby natural attractions include Cherry Beach, Regent Park, and the Don River.
The vicinity of Leftbank Condos currently has a nearly flawless Transit score, with streetcar and bus services for the TTC just steps away from the property. Young professionals and post-secondary students will find this service to be quite effective as they may be easily transported across the city and into the downtown area in under 20 minutes. The projected East Harbour Transit Hub would provide the neighbourhood with even more transportation alternatives since it will contain at least two GO Train lines, a streetcar route, and a station on the Relief Line Subway.