Toronto The HUB Condos


Selling Soon
1 year ago

The HUB Condos

30 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 3B2, Canada

Developer: Oxford


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The HUB is a new condominium project developed by Oxford Properties Group. The HUB is proposed to stand at 57-storeys tall and the total number of units is yet to be announced. The HUB is currently in preconstruction and coming soon to 30 Bay St, Toronto, ON.

About the Neighborhood

The HUB condo in Toronto offers magnificent views of the waterfront and greenscapes. Being just steps away from Harbour Square Park and a 7-minute walk to Union Station. Residents with vehicles will appreciate being right to the Gardiner Expressway to access other major highways. The HUB is also close to schools and universities, like Ryerson University & the University of Toronto – St. George Campus being only 11 minutes away, George Brown College – Waterfront Campus, and more. Also, restaurants like Miku Toronto, Chipotle, and The Goodman Pub & Kitchen are just a few minutes away.

Project Info
Developer: Oxford
Type: Condo
Units: TBA
Status: Selling Soon
Est. Completion: TBA
Price: TBA
Location: Toronto
Address: 30 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 3B2, Canada
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