Galleria On The Park Condos is a new condo project by Elad Canada and Freed Developments and is currently in pre-construction. Galleria On The Park architect is designed by Core Architects and Hariri Pontarini Architects. The new project will be located at 1245 Dupont Street in Toronto. The major intersection is Dufferin Street & Dupont Street.
Galleria On The Park is a new 8 acres master-planned community on Dupont by Lead Canada and Freed. The community will consist of condominiums, park, public spaces, retail and office spaces. The project will bring approximately 2,846 residential units.
Galleria On The Park Condos Phase 1 will be Block 5. There will be 29 and 22 storey towers with a total of 604 mixed condo units. Units will be a mix of 267 one bedroom, 269 two bedroom and 68 three bedroom layout. Units will range from 493 square feet to about 1,108 square feet. The building will feature 40,450 square feet of retail on the first two levels. The estimated completion date for Galleria On The Park Condos is set for June 2023.
Galleria On The Park Condos Highlights:
- Has a walkscore of 91/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
- Located in the Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Juncti neighbourhood in Toronto
- 16 minute walk from the Dufferin Subway Station
- Short commute to Downtown Toronto
- 6 minute drive to the Bloor GO Train
- Close to shops, restaurants and schools
- Has an excellent transit score
- Nearby parks include Campbell Avenue Park, Brandon Avenue Parkette and Bartlett Parkette
Chef's Kitchen and Dining Room
Social Lounge/Co-Working Space
Outdoor Terrace with BBQ Area and Dining
8 mins drive to U of T - St George Campus
8 mins drive to Yorkville
11 mins drive to Yorkdale Mall
13 mins drive to Eaton Centre
16 mins drive to Financial District
7 mins drive to High Park
Galleria On The Park has a Walk Score of 91/100 which is expected to increase as the community takes form-- and the Transit Score of 85/100 will surely increase as well, especially since the project is considered a pedestrian and cyclist focused community. A range of cycling paths will connect with the main roads and create a multi-modal area. Residents will enjoy having a TTC stop just at the front door and being within 15 minutes by car to downtown Toronto.