Whether buying for personal use or investment, new construction condos are often the best choice in real estate. Here are some of the many benefits:
- Enjoying living in a brand new unit and building, never used before by anyone else
- Choose from a wide selection of floor plans, floors, and finishings that you desire
- Pay just 5% at signing, and only 20% until occupancy, usually providing you with a year to save and pay the deposits
- Depending on market conditions, your condo will have already appreciated by closing time
We've researched and picked some of the best condos in the GTA, providing our clients with properties from only the best builders, only the prime locations, and most popular floor plans. Put simply, we recommend properties we would purchase. Below are some of our top picks. select from the list or scroll down to browse all of the city's premium new construction projects.
Surrounded by indulgent views of foliage, city, and Sunnybrook Park, Auberge on the Park offers condominium luxury in nature. Rising above this iconic, history-steeped location, the contemporary terraced building is a marvel of architecture that both improves upon and seamlessly complements its sMore Info
At 66 storeys, SKY will be the tallest tower in Western Canada, with residential suites on floors 30 to 66. It’s located within Edmonton’s new ICE District, which hosts several commercial, entertainment, and residential properties.
The 30th floor features 20,000 sq. ft. of ameMore Info
Located at Dundas St. & Church St., Pemberton’s Social Condos is at the centre of activity in Downtown Toronto. It’s a few minutes walk to Eaton Centre, many universities, and countless dining and entertainment options, as well as Dundas TTC Subway station and the PATH, which gives TorontoniaMore Info
Now under construction, two daring and dramatic buildings will soar over the corner of Yonge and Eglinton, elevating the status of Midtown, while connecting it with the city through unparalleled underground access to the Yonge subway, Eglinton LRT and other corners of Yonge and Eglinton. Shop, haMore Info