A Bold Move in Black and White

Project overview

Downtown’s latest condo residence promises to make a bold statement with its 30-storey tower rising above a three-storey glass podium, accented with bold vertical lines in a black and white contrasting palette. The suites will feature views of Dundas Square and the downtown core.

Building features

Residents will enjoy the use of break-out study rooms, a games room, kitchen and lounge, an indoor prep-kitchen, a gym and yoga studio, theatre room, an outdoor barbecue area with seating, and an outdoor sports court.

Location and transit

Check out the numbers: 100 Transit Score, 100 Walk Score, 72 Bike Score. With PATH access across the street, there’s direct access to the Yonge Street TTC subway stations, and a short drive to the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway.

What’s in the area

It’s a convenient, two-minute walk to Ryerson University, steps from the Yonge and Dundas Square and Toronto’s Eaton Centre. It’s an area surrounded by restaurants and retail, and near to hospitals, theatres and cinemas.

Source: Metro News

Holiday Events in Toronto

Holiday Events Happening in the City

The holiday season is here, and Panda Condos is located in the heart of the city, allowing you to experience every festive event taking place in downtown Toronto.

Toronto Christmas Market
Nov. 16- Dec. 23, 2017

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The Toronto Christmas Market is a tradition looked forward to each year by Torontonians. Located in the Distillery District, the market is picturesque, with twinkling lights strung up above and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree in the center square. You can shop for unique gifts and try delicious holiday treats from the wide range of vendors and artisans.

Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square
Dec. 1-31, 2017

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Only a short walk from Panda Condos, the Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square is a combination of a charming Christmas market and fun filled winter carnival. You can shop around and explore the different vendors, while the kids skate and enjoy the different carnival rides.

Canada’s Biggest Christmas Tree

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Home to Canada’s biggest Christmas tree, Toronto’s Eaton Centre is a place every Torontonian visits during the holidays. Enjoy the view of the beautifully decorated holiday tree, while you check some names off your holiday shopping list. With over 230 stores to choose from, you can get every loved one exactly what they’ve been wishing for.

Holiday Window Displays

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Simply walking the streets of downtown will get you in the holiday spirit, with beautiful window displays at every corner. Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue at Yonge and Queen are known for their stunning and extravagant displays, this year their theme is snow globes. Full of vibrant colours and lights, they bring holiday spirit to the city.

Natrel Skating Rink

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The Natrel Rink is the perfect way to spend some time with loved ones during the holidays. Skate by the water with a beautiful view of the city and Lake Ontario. Take a break to sip on hot chocolate or even have some dinner at the rink-side restaurant, Boxcar Social.

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Yonge and Dundas Area Amenities

Unparalleled Amenities at Yonge-Dundas Square

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Panda Condominiums is located in Toronto’s most iconic neighbourhood, Yonge-Dundas Square. A corner bursting with neon lights, street festivals, restaurants, and shopping at every corner. For the modern commuter, there is direct access to public transit, making your final destination a breeze.


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No matter what your preferred style is, Yonge and Dundas shopping has such a wide variety of retailers, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for. Home to the Toronto Eaton Centre, with over 250 shops, including; Saks Fifth Avenue, H&M, Hudson’s Bay and Nordstrom. If you’re not in the mood for a visit to the mall, there are also many standalone retailers, located a few steps from your front door. Winners, Forever 21, Adidas and MUJI are just a few names on the list.


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Gourmands take note, if you appreciate good food and good drink, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Panda Condominiums. There’s Dineen Coffee Co., the neighbourhood’s most popular indie café; Terroni, where Italians have been known to get their pasta fix; Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Matcha Café, where locals line up for homemade cheesecake and angel hats; and Drake One Fifty, the central outpost of Toronto’s coolest hotelier and restaurateur. Making plans for dinner has never been so simple!


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Health and fitness is a growing trend amongst city dwellers. Whether you want to feel at zen in a yoga class, or get your schvitz on in a spin class. Yonge and Dundas is the ideal location to achieve your health and fitness goals. With Goodlife Fitness across the street and Yoga Tree just a short walk away, there are no excuses to veg out on the couch, all you have to do is grab your gym bag and go!


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Downtown Toronto is bustling with city commuters, which means accessible and reliable transit are a necessity. Panda Condominiums provide direct access to the subway line and is within walking distance to Union Station, a major railway station and Toronto’s transportation hub. Giving you the freedom to venture outside the city. Headed to the airport? Union Pearson Express will get you there!

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Transit at Yonge and Dundas

Convenient Transit Options at Yonge and Dundas

Panda Condos is conveniently located steps away from Yonge and Dundas Square, an exciting and thriving area of Toronto. While being located in a great area of the city, there are also plenty of transit options to help you explore more neighbourhoods around “The Six”.


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The Toronto Transit Commission, named the best public transit agency in North America, is steps away from Panda Condos and is a handy way to get from place to place. Whether you’re looking to escape the cold weather on a bus or streetcar, or travelling a little further than usual and need the speed and comfort of the subway; the TTC is the best way to discover the city.

Visit Dundas Station and hop on the subway to take you around the Yonge-University Line (Line 1) or use the 505 Dundas Street Car to bring you east towards the Canary District or west towards Roncesvalles.

GO Transit

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The GO Transit system allows Torontonians to get around the GTA and Niagara Horseshoe with ease. A short walk or speedy subway ride to Union Station will give you access to trains on multiple transit lines. Whether you want to go east towards Oshawa and Bowmanville, west near Burlington and Niagara or north, up to Richmond Hill, GO Transit will get you there.

Along with their rail service, GO Transit offers bus services as well. Take a day trip to Canada’s Wonderland, or visit a friend in Guelph for the weekend – the options are endless.

Going on vacation? Not only is Union Station a TTC and GO Transit hub, but it also offers a direct line to Pearson International Airport through the UP Express. Grab your luggage and get your vacation started early with a smooth and relaxing ride to the airport on the UP Express.

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