Live In The Sky

Cranes fill the cityscape as we’re seeing a golden age of Toronto’s high rise building construction. Many people equate life in Toronto with high-rise living — and for good reason! The city’s development has seen its share of high-rise condominium buildings, especially in places like the Entertainment District. Toronto high-rise condos shape the skyline, and we’ve only seen the beginning.

A high-rise residential building is classified as a “tall building” by the City of Toronto, and this generally means that a building is taller than it is wide. One could also consider anything over 11 storeys as a high rise project because that’s the official cut-off for a mid-rise classification. If you’re looking for high rise condos for sale, particularly if you’re interested in buying pre-con, it’s good to be aware that they typically take longer to complete than other buildings.

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  • Bayview and Eglinton

    Bayview and Eglinton

    Bayview and Eglinton intersection is on the precipice on a huge revival. Thanks to an incoming new transit line, this will be one of the best places in the city for new development because it will soon be connected to the downtown core and other important employment hubs in the city. It’s also handy to a great commercial districts that...

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  • Bay and Wellington

    Bay and Wellington

    Bay and Wellington intersection is at the apex of so many things that make Toronto great. It is central to some of the most recognizable landmarks in the GTA, as well as unbeatable local amenities. The intersection represents the gradual toning down of the Financial District, as it transitions into the Entertainment District. It is close to the St. Lawrence...

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  • Bay and Wellesley

    Bay and Wellesley

    Bay and Wellesley intersection is located in the heart of Toronto’s urban core, making it one of the most convenient and sought after regions in the city. It’s connected to multiple public transit routes and arterial roadways, making it easy to get to anywhere you need in the city. It’s also directly adjacent to the Financial District, one of the...

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  • Bay and Queen

    Bay and Queen

    This intersection is in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. It is close to all of the things that are quintessentially Toronto, including the CN Tower, which is only a 20 minute walk away. It is central to numerous restaurants, some of which regularly rank among the best in the entire country. There is great transit here too, with a...

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  • Bay and King

    Bay and King

    Bay and King Intersection is located in the Financial District, and in many ways it is the very core of the entire neighbourhood. It is heavily geared towards those who work in the area, with restaurants and amenities designed to accommodate its busy workers. This is a vital centre in Downtown Toronto, and it is always bustling with people who...

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  • Bay and Dundas

    Bay and Dundas

    With a city as vast as Toronto, it’s hard to pick the true centre. There are a lot of options, and with its continuing expansion, it seems like there are new contenders everyday. It also depends what parameters you set, but while the rest of the city is debatable, there’s no arguing that Bay and Dundas is the veritable heart...

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  • Bay and College

    Bay and College

    This intersection is in the middle of everything you could ever need. Shopping, schools, restaurants, and more, this is the quintessential urban environment. The area also has amazing transit, which is obvious when you look up and see the web of streetcar lines that hangs overhead. This corner is also incredibly close to one of the best green spaces in...

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  • Bay and Bloor

    Bay and Bloor

    Bay and Bloor is the heart of the affluent Yorkville neighbourhood, so it should be no surprise that the area is replete with high-end clothing stores and gourmet restaurants. It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you step onto this busy intersection. The wide roads with loud, zooming traffic are only part of the equation as imposing skyscrapers loom overhead. These...

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  • Bay and Adelaide

    Bay and Adelaide

    Bay and Adelaide intersection is located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, which means that it is in the heart of the GTA’s primary employment centre, as well as countless local amenities. The surrounding area is overflowing with chic restaurants and shops, and also some of the GTA’s most iconic landmarks. When you’re here you truly get the sense...

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