Located just southeast of Don Mills and Eglinton, Lindvest Properties' Sonic Condos is joining one of Toronto's up and coming development nodes, with the 30 and 28-storey towers poised to add new urban density to the rejuvenating area. Nearby, the Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre, the Ontario Science Centre, and the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, contribute to making the neighbourhood a cultural destination, while a number of new residential developments are now issuing in a more urban character. 

Sonic Condos, Toronto, by Lindvest Properties, Page + Steele / IBI GroupSonic Condos features a prominent greenscaped park, image courtesy of Lindvest Properties

Located along the upcoming Crosstown LRT, the development is strategically positioned to take advantage of both the future transit—which will provide a much faster connection to Line 1—and the area's ample greenery and park space. Located in between Sunnnybrook and Flemingdon Parks, Sonic Condos will also include a large greenscaped area behind the 30 and 28-storey condominium towers, providing a bucolic and intimate outdoor amenity area.

Sonic Condos, Toronto, by Lindvest Properties, Page + Steele / IBI GroupThe concierge area, image courtesy of Lindvest Properties

Designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Sonic's towers will be joined by a smaller building of townhouse-inspired suites that will line the project's greenscaped park. Suites will range in size from 339 ft² to 993 ft²—including a number of three-bedroom units—and will feature interiors appointed by Toronto-based U31. Sonic's amenities will include a children's play area, yoga room, gym, pet wash, 24-hour concierge (above), and guest suite, as well as a spacious roof deck which will be situated atop the podium between the two towers. 

Sonic Condos, Toronto, by Lindvest Properties, Page + Steele / IBI GroupSonic's rooftop terrace will span between the two towers, image courtesy of Lindvest Properties

The 28-storey tower will form the project's first phase, featuring some 25,000 ft² of indoor and outdoor amenity space. In addition to the children's play area and outdoor terrace, Sonic's park—featuring landscaping by NAK Design Strategies—will also be equipped with exercise equipment and a walking path, making for a relaxing outdoor amenity space.

Sonic Condos, Toronto, by Lindvest Properties, Page + Steele / IBI GroupA closer view of the park, with the walking path and exercise equipment visible, image courtesy of Lindvest Properties

With a number of Toronto's Downtown condo communities lacking in green space and child-oriented amenities, Sonic's amenities and landscaping provide a more family-friendly lifestyle. With improved transit—and the area's increasing cultural clout—the project will provide a hybrid of nascent urban character and the neighbourhood's ample greenery. 

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