will offer mesmerizing views of Toronto’s skyline while being a landmark itself. With a huge podium complete with five star amenities, retail options, and a luxurious outdoor terrace, In.DE Condos offers everything downtown dwellers demand in modern accommodations. in.DE Condos is conveniently located at the intersection of Dundas Street East + Jarvis St in a neighbourhood full of attractions and interesting things to do.
Here are the top four attractions near in.DE condos
The oldest of all parks in Toronto, Allan Gardens houses a conservatory as well as a playground. The 16,000 square foot greenhouse houses rare tropical plants including Kashmirian Cypress, bamboo, Screw Pine, cycad, cactus and many others from across the globe.
Michael’s Cathedral Basilica:
The Cathedral Church is one of the oldest in Toronto designed by William Thomas. Resembling a 13th century Gothic construction, Michael’s Cathedral Basilica is 260 feet high and features stained glass windows, ogivals or pointed arches, pinnacles, flying buttresses and ribbed vaults are all on display at this glorious and iconic cathedral.
The Toronto Eaton Centre:
Residents of in.DE condos are in for a shopping treat. This busy and large shopping mall is one of the most happening attractions that tourists and in.DE condos future occupants will love! It’s convenient downtown location on two subway nodes have this mall classified as a tourist attraction. Which means it is opened 365 days a year! In 2015, it witnessed 48,969,858 visitors more than any other mall in North America.
For those residents of in.DE condos in search of some history, there is Mackenzie House. Just a few hops from the Yonge-Dundas Square the historic museum of Mackenzie House was constructed in 1913. History and life as it existed back in 1860s are depicted in this ancient museum.