DuEast Condos on Sumach
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DuEast Condos in Sumach is a new condo development by The Daniels Corporation currently in preconstruction at Sumach Street, Toronto.
|Developer||The Daniels Corporation|
|Address||Sumach Street, Toronto, ON|
|Number of Storeys||318|
|Number of Units||29|
|Occupancy Date||Winter/Spring 2020|
|Maintenance Fees||$0.54 Per SqFt per Month|
|Priced From||$299,900 to over $765,900|
From DuEast Condos in Sumach:
As the sun rises in the east, so does a brand new condominium in one of Toronto’s most desirable and fastest growing neighbourhoods. Situated at Sumach and Dundas Streets, in the heart of the award-winning Regent Park revitalization, this new, landmark residence will feature studio to three bedroom suite designs, outstanding resident amenities and a location that’s surrounded by a 6-acre park, aquatic centre, 2.8-acre athletic grounds, schools, shopping, dining, and easy transit options.
DuEast Condominiums is surrounded by all the new amenities Daniels has either built, funded, or helped build. DuEast Condominiums is the perfect residence for people who have an active lifestyle thanks to the nearby aquatic centre, six-acre park, athletic grounds, and new community centre.
Other community amenities include Daniels Spectrum, schools, restaurants, shops, cafes, banks, and pharmacies. And it’s all easy to get to on foot, on transit, or by bike! According to WalkScore.com, DuEast Condominiums’ address has a Walk Score of 91 out of 100, making it a “Walker’s Paradise,” because “daily errands do not require a car.”
The Transit Score is 100, making it a “Rider’s Paradise,” thanks to the “world-class public transportation.” The Dundas streetcar stops right outside DuEast Condominiums, which makes the Garden District and Financial District easily accessible. The Queen streetcar is only a few steps to the south in case you want to shop in the Fashion District.
If you prefer getting around on two wheels, you’ll be happy to hear that the Bike Score is also 100, making it a “Biker’s Paradise.” The area is flat and there are great bike lanes and trails nearby. There is also plenty of bike parking in Regent Park, so you never have to worry about finding a spot to lock up.