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10 Exciting Projects Scheduled For Completion in 2014

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What does 2014 have in store for new high-rise condos and developments around the city? From the Aura Condos, Canada's tallest residential building at 78-storeys to the Billy Bishop Airport pedestrian underground tunnel, new developments in the downtown core are transforming the city skyline (and beneath). Here, we look at 10 new exciting projects that are scheduled to be competed this coming year.


· No More Ferry, Underground to the Island Airport [Curbed Toronto]
· Toronto's hottest new developments of 2013 [BuzzBuzz]
· What's Hot on UrbanToronto [UrbanToronto]
· Work Progresses at Libeskind's Condo Tribute To the Letter L [Curbed Toronto]

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Aura Condos

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Possibly Toronto's most anticipated project of the year, the Aura Condos at College Park are about to be Canada's tallest residential building with 78-storeys. The tower has 985 units including a 11,370 square foot penthouse priced at $17.5 million. Pop icon Madonna will be at the condo in February, promoting her new gym, Hard Candy Fitness, located inside the building.

Hullmark Centre

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Hullmark Centre, the massive residential and commercial project at the corner of Yonge and Sheppard Avenue, features 2 luxury condos, office and retail buildings. While much of the project is already completed, North Yorkers still await the area's first Whole Foods Market.

Billy Bishop Airport Pedestrian Tunnel

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Soon, Billy Bishop airline travellers will no longer have to wait for the island ferry to take them across to the city airport. The new pedestrian underground tunnel is an $82.5 million dollar project that is scheduled to take over 25 months to complete.

The Yorkville

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The name of the condo, The Yorkville, gets right to the point. It's a 31-storey building in the city's luxury neighbourhood featuring bold architecture of projecting boxes surrounded by metal and glass.

300 Front Street West Condos

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Two residential 49 and 13 storey towers are coming to Front Street. The condos feature a fitness studio with a a great city view and a rooftop infinity pool. Priced between $383,000 to $1,640,000.

X2 Condos

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Across from the Roger's Headquarters, the 49-storey tower promises to be super sexy with "addictive amenities." We'll believe it when we see it but it still looks promising.

U Condominiums

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The luxury U Condos at the corner of Bay and St. Mary Street consists of two residential towers and 19 urban townhouses with 2,600 square feet units from $2.5 to $3.4 million. It's an exciting new development that's both luxurious and pricey!

B.Streets Condo

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The B.Streets Condo are almost complete at the corner of Bathurst and Bloor. In an area with limited condos, the new nine-storey building adds more excitement to the neighbourhood. With the recent sale of Mirvish Village including Honest Ed's to Vancouver's Westbank Properties, the corner is bound to see drastic changes in years to come.

L Tower Condos

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The curved L Towers on The Esplanade, is architect Daniel Libeskind's tribute to the letter L (or is supposed to be at least). The project is a deviation from Libeskind's previous projects at the ROM and the Crystals shopping centre in Las Vegas The 58-storey tower is priced between $349,500 - $3,200,000.

Peter Street Condos

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The sold-out Peter Street Condos seems like a fun building in Toronto's Entertainment District. Units aren't large starting at 300 square feet but there's plenty of nearby restaurants and theatres should the small space induce claustrophobia.

Aura Condos

Possibly Toronto's most anticipated project of the year, the Aura Condos at College Park are about to be Canada's tallest residential building with 78-storeys. The tower has 985 units including a 11,370 square foot penthouse priced at $17.5 million. Pop icon Madonna will be at the condo in February, promoting her new gym, Hard Candy Fitness, located inside the building.

Hullmark Centre

Hullmark Centre, the massive residential and commercial project at the corner of Yonge and Sheppard Avenue, features 2 luxury condos, office and retail buildings. While much of the project is already completed, North Yorkers still await the area's first Whole Foods Market.

Billy Bishop Airport Pedestrian Tunnel

Soon, Billy Bishop airline travellers will no longer have to wait for the island ferry to take them across to the city airport. The new pedestrian underground tunnel is an $82.5 million dollar project that is scheduled to take over 25 months to complete.

The Yorkville

The name of the condo, The Yorkville, gets right to the point. It's a 31-storey building in the city's luxury neighbourhood featuring bold architecture of projecting boxes surrounded by metal and glass.

300 Front Street West Condos

Two residential 49 and 13 storey towers are coming to Front Street. The condos feature a fitness studio with a a great city view and a rooftop infinity pool. Priced between $383,000 to $1,640,000.

X2 Condos

Across from the Roger's Headquarters, the 49-storey tower promises to be super sexy with "addictive amenities." We'll believe it when we see it but it still looks promising.

U Condominiums

The luxury U Condos at the corner of Bay and St. Mary Street consists of two residential towers and 19 urban townhouses with 2,600 square feet units from $2.5 to $3.4 million. It's an exciting new development that's both luxurious and pricey!

B.Streets Condo

The B.Streets Condo are almost complete at the corner of Bathurst and Bloor. In an area with limited condos, the new nine-storey building adds more excitement to the neighbourhood. With the recent sale of Mirvish Village including Honest Ed's to Vancouver's Westbank Properties, the corner is bound to see drastic changes in years to come.

L Tower Condos

The curved L Towers on The Esplanade, is architect Daniel Libeskind's tribute to the letter L (or is supposed to be at least). The project is a deviation from Libeskind's previous projects at the ROM and the Crystals shopping centre in Las Vegas The 58-storey tower is priced between $349,500 - $3,200,000.

Peter Street Condos

The sold-out Peter Street Condos seems like a fun building in Toronto's Entertainment District. Units aren't large starting at 300 square feet but there's plenty of nearby restaurants and theatres should the small space induce claustrophobia.