The Top Reasons to Buy Pre-construction Condos at Yonge and Eglinton
When buying a condo, most people are looking for the building to meet a few different criteria. A wide variety of transit options, proximity to stores and entertainment, and closeness to good schools are all things to consider. There’s no way you’ll be disappointed in any of these areas when considering pre-construction condos at Yonge and Eglinton. Let’s take a look at what this great community in Toronto has to offer.
- Transit: As you probably already know, Toronto has some of the most efficient and wide-spread transit systems in the country. All of the condos I mentioned above (and any other pre-construction condos on Yonge and Eglinton) are in close proximity to bus stops, subway stops, and light rail stops. Walking to where you need to go is another feasible and simple option. Getting to where you need to go is no problem when you live at Yonge and Eglinton, even without access to a personal vehicle. You won’t need to go far, however, if you’re searching for something fun to do. This neighbourhood boasts of some of the city’s biggest office buildings, best restaurants, and greatest stores.
- Shopping and Entertainment: While Toronto has a wide variety of fantastic shopping malls, Yonge and Eglinton Centre has just about everything you need. Featuring restaurants like The Pickle Barrel, stores such as Indigo, Toys R Us, and Sephora, and even a Metro grocery store, a VIP Cineplex, and a GoodLife Fitness, this shopping and entertainment centre is sure to give you hours of enjoyment. If you prefer upscale boutiques, don’t worry – Yonge and Eglinton still has plenty to offer. The streets are lined with unique shops that are worth browsing. I recommend taking a look at some of the best ones listed on blogTO.
- Schools: The Toronto District School Board operates a few schools conveniently located in the neighbourhood of Yonge and Eglinton, including Allenby Junior Public School, Eglinton Junior Public School, John Fisher Junior Public School, North Toronto Collegiate Institute, and Northern Secondary School.
The Toronto Catholic District School Board is also prominent in this area, running St. Monica Catholic School and Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School. St. Clement’s School – an all-girls Anglican private school – is also nearby. Additionally, the community of Yonge and Eglinton is home to Manor Montessori School, Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School, and Kohai Educational Centre, as well as two Hansa Language Centre campuses and EC Toronto English School.