The list of Toronto condo developments always seems to be growing, but the ones that really jump out to residents are the ones that fully speak to the neighbourhoods they occupy.

We've selected a few of the condo developments in progress that have embraced their new neighbourhoods in innovative ways.

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Whether through social initiatives, artistic design, or community values, each project has wholeheartedly embraced their place in the city of Toronto.

1. Regent Park: Daniels Artwork 

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The Artworks Condos is a development by The Daniels Corporation. Daniels Artworks Condominiums will boast 437-units in a 33-storey tower in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood.

Part of the Regent Park condominiums community by Daniels, the Artworks condo towers will feature one, two and three-bedroom suites. The tower also includes impressive amenities including a workshop, arcade, mega gym and CrossFit station, and a co-working space. All that is on top of the basic amenities you'd find in a typical condo.

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2. West Queen West: Skale's 1181 Queen West


1181 Queen West is about to transform the corner of Queen and Sudbury. Its intelligent design plays on the draw of depth and perspective. The stunning new development will have a total of 112 units with sizes ranging from 542 to 1719 square feet.

Standing across from the historic Gladstone Hotel, this new building will include 7,500 square feet of newly built retail space on the ground floor. The second floor will feature an outdoor terrace and access to the building's topline amenities.

With Queen West and the TTC at your doorstep, you'll love wandering around your neighbourhood almost as much as you'll love your condo suite.

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3. Entertainment District: Alterra's Rush Condos

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Situated between the eclectic energy of Queen West and the polished persona of The Entertainment District,Rush condos caters to both lifestyles.

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With 15 storeys and 123 suites, the suites feature wide plank flooring, quartz countertops, and other modern touches while the building boasts a climbing wall, yoga studio, and a pet wash station. Oh, and did we mention, the lobby is designed by local artists to reflect the infamous Graffiti Alley located mere steps away from the new development? Yep. This condo is all sorts of cool.

4. Downtown East: Menkes' Sugar Wharf 

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Sugar Wharf Condos is a new development by Menkes located at Queens Quay E. and Freeland. This project is more than just a condo development. It's a full-on community development. Menkes is building a total of six towers, five residential and one commercial. They're also building a new TDSB elementary school.

The sweet new development is situated on prime real estate. Within walking distance of Sugar Beach, George Brown College and Scotiabank Arena, this community will have it all: shopping, green space, restaurants, schools and offices. What more could you ask for?

5. Leaside: Camrost’s Upper East Village


Upper East Village is a new community that offers the modern advantages of city living with the comforts of a community. Located in a lush enclave at Brentcliffe Rd. and Eglinton Ave. East, the project is steps away from Leaside's beloved boutiques and cafes and trails.

And, once the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT is up and running in 2021, you'll never have to worry about missing out on downtown life. Upper East Village will have the perfect combination of a modern lifestyle with character, convenience, and charm.