Upside Down Condos, West Toronto

812 and 816 Lansdowne Ave

upside down condos west toronto 812 and 816 lansdown ave 

Upside Down is divided into two phases: I (816 Lansdowne Avenue) & II (812 Lansdowne Avenue). Phase I features 14 storeys, and Phase II features 13. This beautiful condominium was designed by Channington Development in conjunction with Burka Architects. The buildings consists of two bright, classically tiered towers featuring a pleasing mix of precast detailing and glazing. This project is a one-of-a-kind opportunity in Toronto.

At Dupont and Lansdowne, Upside Down is situated in the historic Davenport Village, which is undergoing a process of significant growth and redevelopment. Upside Down is close to Hillcrest Park which has beautiful views of the downtown skyline in addition to Lake Ontario’s lakefront, wading pool, playgrounds and tennis courts. Close to the waterfront, allowing for convenient relaxation at any time of day. Downtown is just minutes away, with a quick walk over to Lansdowne Station for convenient access to the TTC, schools, shopping, dining, groceries, banks, hardware stores and restaurants, offer the opportunity to enjoy this up and coming neighbourhood.

Designed for smart and stylish condo living, these suites have open kitchens and large balconies, and now only that, the Upside Down Condos offers spaces that were designed for you in mind and for easy living. Upside down Condos offers 1 bedrooms, 1 + Dens, 2 Bedrooms and 2 + Dens. ranging from 508sq. ft. to 844 sq. ft..

Amenities

Living at Upside Down means living in comfort, with the following services and amenities available to all residents:

Phase I

 
  • Gym / Exercise Room
  • Party Room
  • Meeting / Function Room
  • Games / Recreation Room
  • Sauna
  • Security Guard
  • Enter Phone System
  • Visitor Lounge
  • Yoga Studio
 
Phase ll
  • Gym / Exercise Room
  • Party Room
  • Media Room / Cinema
  • Meeting / Function Room
  • Games / Recreation Room
  • Sauna
  • Enter Phone System
 
Suite Features

Open-concept suites feature a spacious balcony or patio, sleek laminate flooring in main areas, sisal style carpeting in bedrooms, and a stacked washer and dryer. This suite also features slab doors throughout the interior of the unit.

The modern, open gourmet kitchens of Upside Down are fit to satisfy your inner-chef’s needs. Designed with luxurious granite countertops and subway tile backsplash in a variety of styles and colours, they also come equipped with a stainless steel appliance package, Halogen track lighting, and a choice of Maple Shaker, oak panel or white cabinetry.

Bathrooms offer gorgeous ceramic flooring, cast stone sinks, water consumption-limiting shower heads in each bathtub and shower and pleasing contemporary design.

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Wallace Emerson: Lansdowne & Dupont

Upside Down lies on the border of the charming Junction Triangle and Wallace Emerson districts of Toronto, offering easy access to the trendy Bloordale shopping area, Dufferin Grove Park (which hosts a weekend Farmer’s Market), and Earlscourt Park (which boasts ice rinks and a tennis court), as well as access to the greater downtown area via Landsdowne Station and the Bloor-Danforth Subway line.

The Junction Triangle began its ride in the late 1880s, when Grand Trunk, Toronto Grey and Bruce & Northern railway lines began service to this area. The railways were a great addition to the Junction, attracting industry and, in turn, labourers, to settle in this neighbourhood. A vote was held in March 2010 to determine what the best name for the neighbourhood and Junction Triangle won with a majority. Runner up was “Perth Park” and after that, “Black Oak Triangle”. The conscientious redevelopment of the area will provide residents with selection of both local and big-box retailers and give the triangle more modern look while retaining its old rugged charm.