Midtown Makeover


Midtown has been growing for decades and people all around the GTA make their way here because it has so much to offer. Fantastic restaurants with beautiful patios, high end retail outlets, and an electric nightlife has attracted those looking to get that genuine Toronto living experience. The Yonge & Eglinton area continues to bloom with a slew of recent improvements contributing to the fact it is a highly desirable neighbourhood. This week we take a look at a few of the major enhancements that are contributing to this midtown makeover.

Redpath 150 & 155

These complementary Redpath condominiums are perfectly situated in a highly-established pedestrian friendly neighbourhood with a wealth of fine dining and shopping boutiques nearby. Sandblasted, clear, and coloured glass balconies wrap around the perfectly sculpted towers for a sophisticated modern look. The homes inside are elegantly designed to be eye catching but also smartly built for functionality. Living here is especially easy with all the desired amenities available such as a full gym and 24-hour diner along with several common areas & patios. The Yonge & Eglinton area is in the midst of a massive overhaul, and with condos like the 150 & 155 Redpath, we are excited to be a part of the transformation!

Young Eglinton Centre

This busy shopping centre has recently completed a beautiful upgrade. Giant digital billboards and colour changing LED lights brighten city streets as you walk by, and the inside has been given a chic modernized look with futuristic flare. One of the biggest new draws is its grand rooftop patio, free for public use. This rejuvenated mall is also home to the largest Sephora in North America for anyone looking to pick up the best quality cosmetics. For an entertaining shopping experience in midtown, the recently overhauled Yonge Eglinton Centre is not to be missed!

Crosstown LRT

The Eglinton-Crosstown light rail project is the driving force the major boom in midtown. It's one of the largest transit construction developments in Ontario's history with over $5-billion behind it. The massive new Eglinton transit line will spread from the West-end at Mount Dennis, all the way to Kennedy Station in the East. For those living on or near the line, it's going to give exceptional access to the entire city while at the same time driving new, high-quality development to the area. Once complete, this line will turn Eglinton station into a transit hub for the entire city.