PLAZA MIDTOWN Sought-after Yonge and Eglinton, Toronto
Plaza Midtown Condos
Plaza Midtown Condos, near the exciting area of Yonge & Eglinton, is a two-tower combined condo development by Plaza, now open for VIP pre-registration.
Plaza Midtown Condos is developed by Plaza, a very well respected developer (past developments include Musée, Epic and 1 Yorkville) that will have about 538 condos priced from the high $300s to over $1,400,000.
VIP Day One Sales Coming February/March 2017
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Coming soon to the Yonge & Eglinton area at 33 Holly Street, Toronto, this midtown location boasts a great lifestyle, easy access to transit and all the conveniences possible of living in the city.
VIP Pre-Registration Has Opened. Expected Deal Signing Late February / Early March 2017
Plaza Midtown at 33 Holly Street, Toronto
Realty Point Exclusive Red Carpet VIP Sales Event, exclusive allocations of condo units.
538 condos from high $300s to over $1,400,000
Two buildings on one site.
Prime Yonge & Eglinton area.
Excellent 98 Walkscore, close to transit, restaurants, all levels of schools (public and private), parks, shopping. Affluent and established area, average annual household income $87,000, 71% renters.
Crosstown LRT, coming 2020, will add to transit options in the area.
The Yonge-Eglinton Shopping Centre (above the Yonge Line Eglinton subway station) currently completing a $100 million renovation.
Expected building amenities:
• Swimming pool
• Billiard room
• Theatre room
From the high $300s to over $1,400,000
Plaza Midtown Condos is developed by Plaza, a very well respected developer (past developments include Musée, Epic and 1 Yorkville) that will have about 538 condos priced from the high $300s to over $1,400,000
Located in a prime Yonge & Eglinton area (33 Holly Street), affluent and established neighbourhoods, with an average annual household income of $87,000, and 71% of the local residents are renters.