The City’s New Skyline!
Coming soon in Early 2022
New height of condo living with Concord Sky with an astonishing 95 storeys tall. Designed by the world-renowned architect Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.
391 Yonge street —— the truly elevated urban life at the epicenter of Toronto with around 100 walk and transit scores.
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Nestled between Ryerson University and the University of Toronto campuses, Concord Sky residents can expect to be immersed in some of the country’s finest educational institutions, as well as the country’s top medical and research facilities. Concord Sky is soon to be a new landmark at the heart of Toronto nearby transit, shops, and schools.
- Prominent location on downtown district, Yonge Street
- Close to Toronto’s Financial District
- Top-rated schools such as Ryerson University and the University of Toronto
- Close to Eaton Centre
- PATH underground network, with 30-kilo metres of walkways
- Queen Station and King Station
Concord Sky offers a true, next-generation residential experience, with a variety of seamlessly integrated and thoughtful features designed to enrich the lives of residents. Planning for the post-pandemic world, Concord Sky will be naturally optimized for improved air flow and filtration, while touchless technology allows for convenient access to doors and elevators.
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5% on Signing
5% in 100-Days
5% in 200-Days
5% in 400-Days
5% on Interim Closing
Net HST Included*
(25% in total for domestic deposit)
Exclusive Client Incentive
Concord is most known for building Canada’s largest urban communities including defining the skylines of Vancouver and Toronto. It has also marked London’s business center with the Foster + Partners designed Principal Tower, connected to Amazon’s UK headquarters at Principal Place. Concord Group is diversified with holdings and operations in hospitality, telecommunications, information technology, and green energy and is also in addition to being a global leader in EV parking infrastructure. Concord Green Energy generates more than enough green power to offset the uses of all of its 150 towers combined.