When it comes to pre-construction condos, it’s a patient game buyers and investors play as they wait to see what were once just artist renderings finally come to fruition. As these new condos near completion, it is great news for both renters and buyers alike.

For those who have tirelessly been looking for a Toronto rental, when these new condos are complete, it means new rental inventory and an opportunity to land a never-before-lived-in condo!

For those who are looking to buy, you may be able to find investors looking to sell their Agreements of Purchase and Sale before closing, known as an Assignment, and get a good deal on a new product. (Read more about buying assignments in our recent blog, “Tips for Buying a Condo in 2019“.) With only 20 days remaining in 2018, here are ten condos around Toronto that will be ready for occupancy in 2019.

Stanley Condos | Church Corridor | Jan 2019
Riverside Square | Leslieville | Spring 2019
The Logan Residences | Leslieville | Spring 2019
875 Queen East | Leslieville | Spring 2019
The Kingly | King West | Summer 2019
Canvas Condos | Leslieville | Summer 2019
Minto Westside | Entertainment District | Summer 2019
Avenue 151 Yorkville | Yorkville | Fall 2019
159SW Condominiums | Cabbagetown | Fall 2019
WestBeach | The Beaches | Dec 2019

1. Stanley Condos
70 Carlton Street | Church Corridor | January 2019

Stanley Condos TorontoThe first pre-construction condo slated for occupancy is Stanley Condos at Church and Carlton. This 37-storey residential tower has over 16,000 square feet of hotel-inspired amenities including a fitness centre, yoga studio, and weight room. Outdoors you’ll even find a zen garden tucked away for a moment of peace in the downtown core Toronto.

Indoors you have access to the club lounge, party lounge, theatre and study hall. Host dinner parties at the indoor or outdoor dining areas or make good use of the outdoor pool and two sundecks.

Convenience is key with neighbours like the Maple Leaf Garden’s Loblaws and LCBO and the very short distance to the subway and College Park shops. Stanley Condos is scheduled for occupancy in January 2019.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,363/month
2 bed $3,250/month
3 bed $4,625/month

2. Riverside Square
677 Queen Street East | Leslieville | Spring 2019

Riverside Phase 1 and 2Originally estimated for completion in November 2018, the first phase of Riverside is nearing completion, but strangely enough, it’s phase two that is likely to occupy first. You can actually watch the progress of the development live here at Streetcar’s live webcam footage. Phase two is on the left, phase one in the middle and phase three, on the right, just recently started taking form as well.

Located on the cusp of Leslieville and Riverside, the Riverside Square development has five phases so far and will also bring parks, public spaces and retail to this area just east of the Don Valley on Queen East.

This highly desirable neighbourhood will definitely benefit from new rental inventory being added to this area has been long overdue. With amenities including a rooftop pool and lounge, fitness centre, party room and guest suites, we know this will become a popular destination for renters next year.

There’s expected to be a sixth phase launching next year. Register here for Riverside Square’s final phase.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,390/month
2 bed $3,156/month
3 bed N/A

3. The Logan Residences
897 Queen Street East | Leslieville | Spring 2019

logan residencesThe Logan Residences are set to be occupied in the spring. With only 69 suites and floor plans ranging from one bedrooms to three bedrooms plus den, there are suites suitable for young professionals and urban families that wish to call Leslieville home.

What’s interesting about the Logan Residences is the focus on urban gardening. Residents here will be able to grow plants in garden plots which are among the amenities offered here. A fully equipped gym, rooftop terrace and party room are also on the list.

There’s no shortage of convenience here with trendy restaurants, cafes, shops and grocers all in very close proximity — not to mention, the 24-hour Queen Streetcar route outside your door.

Units are still available for sale at the Logan Residences. Get instant access here.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,390/month
2 bed $3,156/month
3 bed N/A

4. 875 Queen East
875 Queen Street East | Leslieville | Spring 2019

875 Queen East Condos

Neighbour to The Logan Residences is 875 Queen East. If you’re hoping to rent in Leslieville, when these two condos are ready for occupancy you better act fast. This boutique residence will have 122 modern loft-inspired suites.

Across from Jimmie Simpson Park and its recreational facility, you’re also steps to delicious restaurants, a Starbucks, and many local shops to support. Additionally there will be 16,000 square feet of new retail space at grade level of 875 Queen East. We can’t wait to see who’s coming to the neighbourhood.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,390/month
2 bed $3,156/month
3 bed N/A

5. The Kingly
602 King Street West | King West | Summer 2019

the kingly

Downtown in King West, The Kingly is slated for occupancy next summer. Those looking for a quintessential King West living experience will like what the Kingly has to offer. This condo is a delicate mix of the existing Victorian brick and modern glass. Inside it’s all luxury.

Suites here are elegant and will definitely carry some buzz for those who get to call The Kingly home. Amenities will include a rooftop terrace with spectacular city views, a contemporary fitness centre, party room, and 24-hour concierge.

The adjoining 13-storey glass tower known as the King Portland Centre will be home to Shopify, Indigo’s new headquarters, and a restaurant at grade.

All of the conveniences, amenities, and perks of living in King West are part of the package deal when you choose to live here.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,377/month
2 bed $3,331/month
3 bed $4,356/month

6. Canvas Condos
2301 Danforth Avenue | East Danforth | Summer 2019

canvas condos

Adding some much needed inventory to Toronto’s east end is Canvas Condos. This ultra-modern boutique condo is nestled between two subway stations along the Danforth. With very little inventory of this kind in the area, we know that Canvas Condos will be a popular choice.

Designer suites are surrounded by incredible amenities including a gorgeous rooftop terrace, a modern party room, fully equipped fitness centre and even a pet spa for your four-legged pal.

The neighbourhood is a great place for those who like to be outdoors. Surrounded by some of Toronto’s best ravines, walking and biking trails or be the first to the Beach in the summer.

While rents in the area are less than downtown, the demand for rentals may contribute to a surge in rental prices. If you’re looking for modern living for less, keep your eye out for rentals when Canvas Condos takes occupancy early next summer.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,025/month
2 bed $2,950/month
3 bed N/A

7. Minto Westside
576 Front Street West | Entertainment District | Summer 2019

Minto Westside

Nearing completion at Front and Bathurst is Minto Westside. The interesting architectural design of this 660 unit condo is nearly as impressive as the amenities that it brings. Not one, but two outdoor courtyards exist between the two towers. On the west, a beautifully landscaped courtyard comes with an outdoor fireplace, lounge, bar and comfortable waterside seating area. On the east, a social pool area with lots of lounge space.

Living in the Entertainment District brings many perks. Not only are you a short walk from King West’s nightlife but you’re minutes to the concerts and sports that frequent the Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre, and are close to Toronto’s coveted waterfront.

Another perk? Minto Westside has a transit score of 100. With so many transit routes at your disposal, and — though it’s not an everyday essential — you can walk to Billy Bishop Airport in minutes and take off for the weekend with no commuter hassle.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,377/month
2 bed $3,331/month
3 bed $4,356/month

8. Avenue 151 Yorkville
151 Avenue Road | Yorkville | Fall 2019

avenue 151 yorkville

Going in just south of Davenport Road along Avenue Road is a new architectural gem known as Avenue 151 Yorkville Condos. The clean white curvaceous exterior accented by fine brass-coloured accents is nothing short of elegant, fitting for the Yorkville neighbourhood it borders.

This 10-storey residence will house 71 luxurious suites along with commercial space at grade. Suites will range in size from one to four bedrooms, many of which have large terraces that dance along the curving facade. In terms of amenities, residents will have access to a fitness centre, outdoor lounge, spectacular party room and guest suites for your out-of-town visitors.

If you’re looking for a condo of quality and desire a location full of refined shopping and dining, then Avenue 151 Condos may be what you’re after.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,361/month
2 bed $3,343/month
3 bed $4,250/month

9. 159SW Condominiums
159 Wellesley Street East | Cabbagetown | Fall 2019

159SW condos

The long-awaited 159SW should be ready for occupancy in October 2019. This 36-storey condominium will add significant inventory to the downtown core with 362 units.

Thoughtfully designed by U31, 159SW promises modern suites with integrated appliances and floor-to-ceiling thermally insulated, energy efficient windows. Unique amenities include a 360 degree outdoor running track, zen-inspired sauna, fully equipped fitness centre, games room, and not one, but two party rooms.

Despite having so much to offer inside, the location is equally beneficial. With a walk score of 96 you can walk virtually anywhere you need to go, including two subway stations: one on the Bloor Line, the other on the Yonge Line.

If you’re seeking an urban living experience with spectacular city views, keep your eye on 159SW next fall.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,363/month
2 bed $3,250/month
3 bed $4,625/month

10. WestBeach Condominiums
1630 Queen Street East | The Beaches | Winter 2019


The last on our list is WestBeach Condominiums which should be ready for occupancy in December 2019. This boutique residence is situated in the coveted Beaches neighbourhood, surrounded by parks, trails, and of course, the beach.

Urban living meets bohemian beach vibe in this terraced glass and brick-accented condo. Here, bright light-filled suites come with roomy glass-faced balconies and terraces offering great views of the lake and surrounding neighbourhood. WestBeach is home to luxe amenity spaces including a rooftop terrace and chic party room. At street level, find places for everything from coffee shops and convenience stores to bistros and boutiques.

WestBeach is for those looking to live just outside the city core’s hustle and bustle. Living here, life moves at a more leisurely pace. But when you’re ready, the 24-hour Queen streetcar can take you into the downtown core in no time.

Average monthly rental prices from Q3 2018 for this community are:
1 bed $2,112/month
2 bed $2,424/month
3 bed N/A

Whether you’re looking for a condo to rent in 2019 or are interested in buying an assignment, these ten Toronto condos are worthy of your attention. If any of these condos or other pre-construction condo projects are of interest to you, book a call with us to discuss. We’re happy to help you navigate the market and achieve your real estate goals.