- Updated On:
- February 8, 2022
Sonic & SuperSonic is a condominium development at 1185 Eglinton Avenue East in Toronto, Ontario by Lindvest. It consists of two high-rise buildings of 28 (Sonic) and 30 storeys (SuperSonic) in height and also includes four-storey townhomes located at Eglinton Avenue East and Don Mills Road.
The Eglinton & Don Mills High-Rise residential development proposal by Lindvest is still currently under review at the moment, but it sounds like this residential development will be constructed in phases. The proposal consists of two towers and townhouses. The North Tower (Building A SuperSonic) is proposed to be 30 storeys (92 metres in height) with a three-storey podium and the South Tower (Building B Sonic) is proposed to be 28 storeys (86 metres in height) also with a three-storey podium. Total gross floor area is 52,869 square metres. There are two proposed areas for the four-storey townhomes (Buildings C & D). There are 661 proposed dwelling units of which 48 will be townhouse units. 374 will be one-bedroom units, 215 will be two-bedroom units and 25 will be three-bedroom units.
Floor plans are not to scale and is subject to architectural review and revision, including without limitation, the Unit being constructed with a layout that is the reverse of that set out above. All materials, specifications, details and dimensions, if any, are approximate and subject to change without notice in order to comply with building site conditions and municipal, structural, Vendor and/or architectural requirements. Actual floor area may vary in accordance with Bulletin 22 published by the Tarion Warranty Corporation. Bulkheads are not shown on floor plans and may be located in areas of the Unit as required to provide venting and mechanical systems. Balconies, Terraces and Patios if any are exclusive use common elements, shown for display purposes only and location and size are subject to change without notice. Window location, size and type may vary without notice. E.&O.E.
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