More and more projects are popping up in Toronto's burgeoning Midtown area. With people flocking to convienient and efficient living spaces close to work and transit, developers are squeezing in new residential properties in good locations across the city. Today we look a bit north of the building boom around Yonge and Eglinton to the neighbourhood of Lawrence Park. Primarily known for its comfortable single family homes, projects like 3018 Yonge are slowly reshaping the neighbourhood's main drag. 3018 is a luxury mid-rise development set to bring 170 units to the area. We have recent photos of 3018's site courtesy of UrbanToronto Forum member Roundabout.

Excavation Work, 3018 Yonge, TorontoExcavation work at 3018 Yonge, image by Roundabout

Excavation Work, 3018 Yonge, TorontoExcavation Work at 3018 Yonge, image by Roundabout

The site for 3018 Yonge, a Lanterra Developments project, is midway through its excavation. Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the building will climb 12 storeys above its modestly sized neighbours and will house future retailers in the integrated podium. While modest in size, 3018 won't be short on amenities, with feaures including a business centre, party room, gym, sauna, and roof deck with rooftop pool. 3018 Yonge's interior design work is by the creative team at Munge Leung Design Associates.

Excavation Work, 3018 Yonge, TorontoExcavation of 3018 Yonge, image by Roundabout

We'll keep you updated as the project rises. If you want to learn more about the project by browsing renderings and floor plans, check out the dataBase page linked below, or join the discussion in the associated Forum thread. 

3018 Yonge, Rendering, Toronto3018 Yonge, image courtesy of Lanterra`

Above is a rendering of what we can expect from the completed structure.