Major changes are coming to the intersection of Dundas and Jarvis, in the form of a new condominium development by Easton's Group called Dundas Square Gardens. The development, which consists of connected 17 and 47-storey towers, is set to replace the existing Hilton Garden Inn, a mid-rise hotel property on the northeast corner of the intersection. The Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects-designed development will feature suites starting at $199,998 as well as over 16,000 square feet of rooftop garden terraces.

Dundas Square Gardens, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Easton's GroupDundas Square Gardens, image courtesy of Easton's Group

Since the preview opening of its sales office last month, Dundas Square Gardens has been quite a hot seller. Now Easton's Group is giving potential purchasers even more incentive to invest in this new condominium development with a limited time offer on suites in the shorter 17-storey boutique styled Garden Tower. On select 2 bedroom Garden Tower suites (all including large terraces of over 150 sq. ft.), there currently is a $10,000 cash back offer as well as a free storage locker valued at $5,000. On select Garden Tower studio suites, the promotion also includes a $5,000 cash back offer, a 10% deposit, and a free storage locker. 

Dundas Square Gardens also offers appointed suites by interior designers Munge Leung, featuring flexible floor plans which give owners the means to maximize efficiency in their home. The suites include features and finishes like Caesarstone kitchen countertops, porcelain floor bathrooms and shower/tub surrounds, stainless steel appliances, custom-designed vanities and laminate flooring, with 8’5” ceilings in each suite.

Dundas Square Gardens, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Easton's GroupRendering of suite at Dundas Square Gardens, image courtesy of Easton's Group

The project is set to rise in an area of the city with several of Ryerson University's institutions and student residences. As part of its commitment to revitalizing the surrounding area and helping to foster the University's growth, The Easton’s Group is donating $1,000 for every unit sold to Ryerson University, with the maximum donation set at $1 million.

Dundas Square Gardens, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Easton's GroupRendering of the 17-storey tower at Dundas Square Gardens, image courtesy of Easton's Group

Residents of Dundas Square Gardens will have access to a wide range of amenities, including rooftop garden terraces and green spaces, a fitness centre, yoga room, an outdoor infinity pool, a lounge and bar area, barbeque area, water feature, hot tub and intimate outdoor seating areas. The development will also feature a library with study spaces and meeting spaces.

Dundas Square Gardens, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Easton's GroupRooftop amenity terrace at Dundas Square Gardens, image courtesy of Easton's Group

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