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Centricity Condos is a new condo development by Graywood Developments 

presently in preconstruction at 241 Church Street, Toronto. Centricity Condos has a total of 594 units

Pricing Starting From The $500s!
Extended Deposit Structure!*
$10,000 on Signing
5% Minus
$10,000 in 30 Days
5% in 120 180 Days
2.5% in 200 380 Days
2.5% in 365 540 Days
5% on Occupancy

Centricity Condos Details:

Building Type: Condo

Ownership: Condominium

Selling Status: Registration

Sales Start: To Be Determined

Construction Status: Preconstruction

Construction Start Date: To Be Determined

Estimated Completion: To Be Determined

Builder(s): Graywood Developments

Architect(s): Turner Fleischer Architects

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Centricity Condos Summary:

It goes beyond just being a house. Your world revolves around it.

Soon, condominiums will be built at Church & Dundas in the heart of Downtown Toronto.  The Garden District is located at the exact centre of the neighbourhood. The downtown core's most crowded area is well renowned for its frantic metropolitan atmosphere.

Centricity Condos Highlights:

  • Downtown Condos in The Core

  • Coming in early 2023

  • Transit-Oriented Development

  • Positioned in the heart of Downtown Toronto

  • Only 5 mins walk from Dundas subway station

  • Walking distance to Toronto Metropolitan University

  • Near U of T and George Brown College St. James Campus

  • Walking distance to the world-famous Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, Dundas Square, City Hall and more

  • Close to Local Amenities such as Art Gallery of Ontario, Carlton Cinema, Massey Hall

  • Countless shops, dining, entertainment and attractions

  • Short walk to shopping malls, supermarkets and even St. Michael's Hospital

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Young professionals continue to find the downtown core and the West End to be desirable locations to start a family and establish a home, and it is anticipated that Toronto will soon have the most high-rise condos in the entire globe. The region of Toronto that is the most vibrant will also continue to grow. Nowhere is this more likely to be the case than the Downtown Core, and with the enormous transformation and building taking place in areas like the Garden District, Cabbagetown, and Church & Wellesley, this is a great time to consider investing there.

Residents who live at Church and Dundas enjoy an unrivalled urban lifestyle. Students and investors were given special consideration when designing Centricity Condos. We predict that there will be a lot of interest in this thrilling development.

  • Condo prices in the city of Toronto sit in the high range

  • Remain to grow by about 10% every year.

  • Several Universities, Campuses and Businesses close by

  • Gorgeous area for students as well as young professionals looking for an easy commute

  • #1 Fastest growing city in North America

  • 98% population increase by 2041

  • 316,000 new jobs by 2041

  • A thriving tech hub

  • Strong rental upside

Pricing Starting From The $500s!
Extended Deposit Structure!*
$10,000 on Signing
5% Minus
$10,000 in 30 Days
5% in 120 180 Days
2.5% in 200 380 Days
2.5% in 365 540 Days
5% on Occupancy


The Garden District serves as the city's hub, with events like concerts and other gatherings spilling over into other parts of the city from the opulent Yonge & Dundas Square. This neighbourhood is a thriving urban centre because of the festivals, parades, and cultural events that take place there.

The famed "Sam The Record Man" neon sign, which now has a permanent home at Yonge & Dundas Square, is frequently linked to the illustrious history of this area of Yonge Street. Although many stores that were formerly regarded as Toronto landmarks have closed down in recent years, people still remember them.

Especially considering the new developments in the neighbourhood that combine high-rise residential with business and retail space on lower levels in an effort to maintain that core Toronto identity. Students have migrated to the region as Ryerson University continues to grow, bringing with them enthusiasm and energy. Unique destinations have emerged, establishing new customs and monuments, such as Karaoke bars, escape rooms, board game cafes, and boutique pubs.