Panda Condos at Yonge and Dundas
Panda Condos is located at 20 Edward Street, seconds from the world famous Yonge and Dundas intersection. Seconds to Toronto’s Eaton Centre, surrounded by hundreds of shops and business. Yonge and Dundas is home to some of the highest densities of restaurants in the city so you always find yourself entertained at dinner time. There are dessert shops, steak houses, bars and fast food. Watch the latest films at Yonge and Dundas Theatre, or enjoy the square’s cultural, sporting and national events.
Perfect Transit and Walk Scores
Panda Condos is located at Yonge and Dundas, making it one of the most walk and transit condos in all of Toronto. A perfect walk score of 100 and a perfect transit score of 100 indicate that virtually all errands can be completed by foot or transit, in the shortest amount of time possible.
Panda Condos will be easily accessible from the south-east corner of Edward Street. Panda Condos has the potential for a connection to the P.A.T.H. underground retail system from the south-eastern side of the concourse, which could mean direct subway access without ever going outside.
A True Mixed Use Condo
Mixed Use condos are becoming more popular especially in downtown Toronto. Mixing residential, office and retail space allows for a city within a tower to take place. Panda Condos will include 3 stories of office space and a staggering 96,000 square feet of retail space! The main floor of Panda Condos will be filled almost entirely with street level retail shops and restaurants. Panda Condos will also feature over 7,500 square feet of amenity space as well as a 2,300 square foot green roof.
Great Investment Opportunity
Located at Toronto’s most vibrant intersection, Panda Condos is a good all-around-investment:
- It is located directly across from Yonge-Dundas subway station.
- Located across from Ryerson University, thus attracting student buyers and renters.
- Surrounded by shops, restaurants and businesses in one of the densest parts of Toronto.
- Seconds to Eaton Centre, one of Toronto’s largest malls.
- Due to area density, unlikely that many more developments will come up in this area.