The United BLDG residences by Davpart – a new luxury, mixed-use condo development on one of downtown Toronto’s most prestigious streets.
The United BLDG is described by the developer as “North America’s largest heritage retrofit” and it will grow out of the historic Maclean publishing building on the corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street West. The new development will retain and renovate the existing structure, with those lower floors set to house a mix of retail and office space. Above the existing buildings, a large and elegant tower will rise and contain 748 residential units.
The residential units range from studio to two-bedroom and come in a variety of layouts. We have floorplans available to view; register now to connect with one of our agents and view the floorplans.
The amenities on offer in The United BLDG Residences offer an extra touch of class. Spread across the 10th, 11th, 13th and 14th floors, there will be a fitness centre, pool, indoor-outdoor pool deck with loungers, BBQs, sports lounge, golf simulator ,theatre, outdoor terrace, fitness centre, saunas, hot tubs, yoga deck, party room, lounge, library, work space, and zen garden, among other things. In addition, the condo will offer services such as a 24/7 concierge, dog run, and a large, luxury lobby for welcoming visitors.
The United BLDG really is in the heart of it all. Everything you can think of in downtown Toronto is within walking distance. City Hall, Queens Park, the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, the Eaton Centre, theatres, restaurants, cafes, bars, parks. The list goes on and on. That is reflected in the near-perfect 99/100 walk score, which indicates that just about all day-to-day tasks can be completed on foot. It’s also a cyclist’s dream, with the 74/100 bike score showing that the area is very accommodating to those on two wheels.
While this location is good for walking, it’s even better for transit users. St. Patrick station is located at University and Dundas – putting the subway literally at the doorstep of residents of The United BLDG. It’s not the only transit option either as there is a streetcar service that runs along Dundas Street and also stops at University Avenue. With those two options at your doorstep, you can get to just about anywhere in Toronto – near or far – with great ease.