The Yonge and Eglinton area has seen more growth over the past few years than any other neighbourhood which will be served by the coming Crosstown LRT, is by far the densest, and it continues to be built out at a frenetic pace. Easily the largest project under construction in the area, Madison Homes’ eponymous condominium project, The Madison, is preparing to reshape Eglinton Avenue East.

The Madison Madison Homes Kirkor Architects Eglinton TorontoRendering of The Madison, image courtesy of Madison Homes

Construction continues on the twin-towered development’s underground floors, and it won’t be too much longer before we see concrete and rebar rising above the Eglinton and Dunfield intersection, located just east of Yonge.

The Madison Madison Homes Kirkor Architects Eglinton TorontoThe Madison construction site viewed from the southwest, image by Jack Landau

The Kirkor Architects-designed project will consist of two residential towers rising to 33 and 36 storeys from a shared 8-storey podium. The Madison’s public face on the street will consist of two double-height retail levels; 16,000 square-feet of ground floor retailers, and a 40,000 square foot Loblaws grocery store on the second floor. 

The Madison Madison Homes Kirkor Architects Eglinton TorontoThe Madison construction site viewed from the southeast, image by Jack Landau

Slated for completion in 2015, The Madison will bring about 650 condominium suites to a rapidly maturing mixed-use neighbourhood. Residents of the building will have access to amenities including a 24-hour concierge, private movie theatre, party room, roof deck, game room, gym and exercise facilities, sauna and swimming pool.

The Madison Madison Homes Kirkor Architects Eglinton TorontoA concrete pump pouring The Madison's underground floors, image by Jack Landau

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