Verde Condos | Toronto
Designed around an immense network of greenspace, unfurling to a lush Community Park, Verdé offers a connection to nature unlike any other condominium experience. Graced with a nearby major Mobility Hub, Don Mills Station, Verdé is the embodiment of connected living.
SummaryProject: Verde Condos | Toronto
Address: 3 Kingslake Rd North York M2J 3C9
Coming up at 188 Fairview Mall Drive in Toronto is a new condominium development, Verde Condos, by FRAM Building Group. The condominium, which is now in pre-construction phase, is FRAM Building Group’s newest project in Fairview master-planned community.
Verde Condos will rise to 24 storeys and house a total of 371 units broken down as follows: 53 bachelor, 171 one-bedroom, 137 two-bedroom, and 10 three-bedroom units.
The building will have a stepped podium 7 storeys high, with the tower climbing from its southern part. The tower will house a total of 323 parking spots; 269 for residents and 54 for visitors.
Verde Condos Highlights
- Adjacent to Fairview Mall – right across the street
- Walkers’ paradise with a 97/100 Walk Score,
58/100 Bike Score
- Transit Score of 84/100
- Bus stop right at the front door
- Seven minutes’ stroll to the subway
- Direct access to Hwy 404, DVP, as well as Hwy 401
- Located just few steps to shopping, eateries, parks, entertainment and fun venues
- Near Seneca College
The building will feature several outdoor and indoor amenities on the roof of the podium and also the ground floor. They will include a 24-hour executive concierge, an expansive outdoor terrace with plush green landscaping, cabanas, a working area, multi-purpose party room, kids’ play area, billiards table, fitness and yoga studio and more.
The project site is minutes away from Don Mills Station, which is the major transit hub from where residents can opt for 3 other rapid transport means which are available all the time. They are the future Light Rail Transit, TTC Bus Rapid Transit, as well as the York Region Rapid Transit.
Also, located a short drive away is Hwy 404, the DVP and Hwy 401, all of which offer motorists additional ways to crisscross the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Going to work and back is made easy –thanks to the Ontario Highway which cuts across the entire GTA and farther.
Considering these transport options, Verde Condos definitely make for a lucrative investment because finding renters for basically each demographic is a walk in the park.
Location & Neighbourhood
Verde Condos positions residents perfectly close to Fairview Mall, which is home to 190 stores plus services. Also, a Foodland grocery is located a little farther beyond the mall.
This means that residents will have the convenience of having everyday needs at their fingertips. Whether it is high fashion, footwear, delicious eateries, movie theatre – you name it – they will all be within easy reach.
The condos is close to Don Mills Subway station, hence it will be providing easy and convenient access to the station, which happens to be part of Shepherd Line.
The condos will be very accessible as the Shepherd Line is one of the lines that are least used in Toronto. A lot of development is expected to take place along this line.
The development is also conveniently located close to Don Valley Parkway, one of the city’s important highways, which acts as the ideal gateway to the city centre for visitors as well as residents.
Motorists can drive farther down the Don Valley Parkway and switch onto the Gardiner Expressway from where they can access the whole city hub.
Verde Condos make for the perfect investment for shrewd investors who want to rent out to students, professionals and young families – an opportunity that should not be left to slip by.
About Verde Condos Developer
FRAM Building Group is a reputable developer that has been in business for more than 25 years.
The award-winning builder has successfully completed over 11,000 projects that include custom homes, multi-family homes, custom-built single family homes, condos plus rental homes, in addition to commercial properties and mixed-use developments spanning across Canada and U.S.A.