1982 - 1984 Yonge St
Address: 1982/1984 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
Category: Apartment, Office, Retail
Height: 108 ft / 33 m
Architect: Giovanni A. Tassone Architects
Landscape Architect: Corban and Goode
For Sale: Only floor 1st to 3th are for sale
Occupancy: Spring 2021
The 1982-1984 Yonge St Development:
1982-1984 Yonge St project is the exclusive project represented by Golden House Realty. The building is in the Midtown area of Toronto, next to so many Toronto's prestigious residential communities such as Forest Hill, Rosedale, Moore Park, Lytton Park, Lawrence Park and so on.
1982-1984 Yonge St project is also the gateway to downtown Toronto and the northern part of the city. The majority of the residents are all high-income and well-educated people, such as lawyers, dentists, entrepreneurs and professionals.
The Mixed Use Areas designation of the project provides for a broad range of commercial, residential and institutional uses, in mixed-use buildings, as well as open spaces and utilities.
The building consists of three parts. The first floor, Retail, has a total area of 1,474.92 sq ft including Mezzanine with 590.61 sq ft, the 2-3 floor is a condo office, the second floor is 3,418.22
sq ft , the third floor is 3,472.39 sq ft, and the rest is consists of a total of 20 residential apartment units. (Note: Floor 4-9 are not for sale)
Location and neighbourhood:
The building is located in the southwest corner of Yonge/Eglinton, a prime location in Midtown Toronto, just a short walk from Davisville Metro Station. Near DVP-404 high speed and 401 freeway traffic is very convenient. The planned EglintonCrosstown LRT light rail will attract more and more people.
The Yonge/Eglinton community is dominated by young people and new families with a higher education background. Most of Yonge/Eglinton is an independent, semi-detached house, so the population density and traffic congestion are better than Downtown, therefore it is more suitable for living. In addition, the area retains more of Canada's local style, with low housing density and better transportation and living facilities.
North Toronto Collegiate Institute High School
The York School, Havergal College, Toronto
French School, Upper Canada College,
St. Monica’s Catholic Elementary
Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary
Close to Yonge/Eglinton Mall, Metro, LCBO, Starbucks, Winners and numerous shopping outlets as well as a variety of nearby restaurants, banks, parks, libraries, boutiques and Cineplex cinemas.
The project is within the Yonge-Eglinton Secondary Plan Area. A primary objective of the
Secondary Plan is to maintain and reinforce the stability of Neighbourhoods and to
minimize conflicts among uses in Mixed Use Areas, Neighbourhoods, Apartment
Neighbourhoods and Parks and Open Space Areas in terms of land use, scale and
vehicular movement. The development of mixed-use buildings in Mixed Use Areas will
be encouraged to increase active pedestrian circulation at street level, and to increase
housing opportunities for families and other households.