The Merton Yonge Condo, more commonly known as MYC, is rising on the corner of Yonge and Merton Street in Midtown Toronto. Developed by Cresford Developments and designed by Toronto firm architectsAlliance, MYC is steps away from Davisville Station, and a short walk from the corner of Yonge and Eglinton. Complementing public transit and shopping in proximity, the condo also lies along the 4.5 km Kay Gardner Beltline Trail, and acres of greenery at Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

MYCcondo, image by Philip Hayward

MYCcondo, image by Philip Hayward

Signage outside the construction site reads "move in Fall 2013", but from the looks of the site, there is still much work to be done! When completed the condo will feature units from 519 square-feet in size to ground-floor townhouses up to 1,473 square-feet. According to Cresford Developments, MYC's lobby will be reminicent of the foyer of an New York art gallery, while the units will feature granite countertops, contemporary fixtures, and nine-foot ceilings.

MYCcondo, image by Cresford Developments

MYCcondo, image by Cresford Developments

MYCcondo, image by Cresford Developments

Learn more about the Merton Yonge Condos on the UrbanToronto's dataBase page linked below, or find more photos and discussion in our Projects & Construction forum regarding this promising new Yonge Street development.

Related Companies:  architectsAlliance, Cresford Developments, Kentwood