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Social Condos Pricelist & Floorplans First To You.

Register to get the platinum launch prices and floor plans for Social Condos By Pemberton Group Canada.

We are taking registrations at the moment and project is launching very soon, floor plans and price list will be available in the coming month. This page will be updated with all floor plans and price list.

Say hello to High Class Luxury Condo Located in Yonge and Dundas Area, Toronto’s exciting new addition.


Social Condominiums

Social is a 52-storey pre-construction condominium under development by Permberton Group for Toronto’s Yonge Dundas Area. Just steps from the world-class Ryerson University, Social Condos is extimated for an occupancy date in 2021.


Social’s Garden District Neighbourhood

This new development will be located in the east side of Downtown Toronto, in the Old Toronto district. The area is just north of Bloor Street, south of Lake Ontario, to the east of the Don River, and west of Bathurst Street. Downtown Toronto is home to the city’s business district, with Fortune 500 companies including the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Bank of Upper Canada, and Old City Hall. It falls into the city’s downtown “urban growth centre,” where the province’s policies direct intensive forms of residential, commercial and infrastructure growth. It’s an area where intensification is happening and will likely continue to, making it a great opportunity to invest in an area as it’s actively transforming.
Location, Location, Location

Local attractions, landmarks, and things to do in Downtown Toronto include the Toronto Eaton Centre (a large indoor shopping mall), historic Massey Hall, Maple Leaf Gardens, Discovery Centre, Mackenzie House, St. Lawrence Hall, St. Paul’s Basilica, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, the Art Gallery of Canada, the CN Tower, Canon Theatre, Queen’s Park, the Four Seasons Centre, Harbourfront Centre, and the Hockey Hall of Fame

Live, Work and Shop

From an urban design perspective, the development will create a balance of high quality commercial, residential, institutional and open space uses that reduces automobile dependency and meets the needs of the local community.


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