The Addington Condos
The Addington Condos is a new condominium development in Toronto by Addington Developments and Mutual Developments. This new development will be located at Sheppard Avenue West & Addington Avenue, Toronto, ON and is currently in its pre-construction phase. The Addington Condos is situated in an amenity-rich neighbourhood and as a result, residents will find themselves in one of the most sought-after and vibrant areas in the city. The neighbourhood is also considered family-friendly, owing to the presence of a number of schools in the area, making it ideal for raising a family.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Addington Condos is just a few minutes away from Yonge Street and as a result, resdients will be a short walk away from one of the most happening and vibrant places in Toronto. The area also features an excellent walk score, indicating that residents can easily access daily essentials within convenient distance. This also allows residents to achieve majority of their daily chores on foot without the need for using a car. Residents here will also have access to several boutique stores, local eateries, restaurants, cafes, pubs and much more. This neighbourhood is also regarded as an ideal place for students as it has easy access to some of the renowned post-secondary institutions. This also makes the place ideal for investing in condos as there are a ton of off-campus students looking for accomodation. The residents of this development will also be well connected thanks to the several bus, streetcar and subway services that are availale right at doorstep, allowing them to travel seamlessly throughout the city and beyond. The neighbourhood is also connected well to highways, allowing residents to drive seamlessly throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
About The Developers
Addington Developments is a corporation headquartered in Toronto that has a worldwide reputation for cutting edge and architectural grandeur. In recent years, with more than 100 completed projects, they add an abundance of experience and rare knowledge to the landscape of southern Ontario.