321 Davenport Condos

321 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON

Development By - Alterra Group

Pricing From
$1,299,990 - $7,149,990

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Building Type Condominium

City Toronto

Neighbourhood The Annex

Major Intersection Davenport and Bedford

Development By Alterra Group

Architect Giannone Petricone Associates

Development Status Pre-Construction

Sales Status Registration Phase

Price Range $1,299,990 - $7,149,990

Suite Sizes 697 - 3620 SqFt

Avg. Price/Sq. Ft TBD

Occupancy 2023

Storeys 8

Units 16

Extras

Parking Price TBD

Locker Price TBD

Maint. Fees TBD

321 Davenport Condos

321 Davenport Condos is a new penthouse development in Toronto. The development is located between Yorkville and The Annex. 321 Davenport is an 8-storey building with only 16 suites available as all of them will be spacious penthouses. The developer is Alterra Group which has a huge experience of 1000’s of residences and award-winning condominiums.

Amenities

Location & Neighbourhood

Located in The Annex, there are tons of amenities to see. Residents will be neary Yorkville home to name brand shops, the Royal Ontario Museum, Red Rogers Cinema, Casa Loma, Targaon Theatre, and so much more. These condos are in a perfect location for transit. Be minutes away from Dupont station, St. George station, and TTC bus routes.

Investment Opportunity

Features and finishes will be released soon!

About The Developers

At Alterra, they characterize metropolitan living with our incredibly exclusive expectations of development, amazingly making structures that proceed to characterize the area. They go an extra mile since they significantly comprehend the connection among individuals and places, and their prosperity rises up out of this understanding. From idea to completion, it is the managing power behind each choice they make.

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