8 Elm on Yonge

Downtown Yonge’s 8 Elm Street Condos continues to take shape. The new plans call for an expanded condo building in the heart of Downtown Toronto, just north of Yonge-Dundas Square. Careful preservation and integration of existing heritage elements and a mixed-use profile make up key parts of this exciting new development.

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    The 8 Elm Street Condos project has an incredible location steps away from major downtown attractions including the Eaton Centre and Yonge-Dundas Square. Completed in 2002, Yonge-Dundas Square hosts entertainment and cultural events throughout the year. Even though this part of the city is alive with dynamic energy day and night, Elm Street is a serene, pedestrian-friendly side street that offers a quiet respite from the action.

    • Close proximity to Ryerson University and the University of Toronto’s St. George campus
    • Easy access to popular downtown enclaves and neighbourhoods including Chinatown and Kensington Market
    • A full lineup of amazing shopping, dining, and entertainment options
    • Steps from the Dundas TTC subway station on the system’s Line 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina)



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    Reserve Properties is an active developer of residential, retail and mixed-use properties. With over three decades of experience, the executive has been involved in more than 125 projects encompassing more than 12,500 homes and 2 million square feet of commercial and retail space across North America.

    Capital Developments is a leading residential developer founded in 2008 by Todd Cowan and Jordan Dermer. Todd and Jordan, through Capital Developments, and their previous company, TriGranit, have delivered nearly 12 million square feet of commercial and residential space. Recent completions in Toronto include 155 Redpath, 150 Redpath, and 2131 Yonge Street. Capital Developments has an 3.6 million square-foot development pipeline, including 1.8 million square feet as a master-planned community at Bloor and Dufferin

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