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Introducing The Forest Hill Condos

An exciting opportunity to live in one Toronto's most prestigious communities – with subway access right from your lobby! gives you exclusive first access to city living at its finest.

The Forest Hill Condos is a 15-storey boutique residence with 350 thoughtfully-designed suites ranging from studios to family-friendly three-bedrooms. Next-level amenities like a 24-hour concierge, fully-equipped fitness center, rooftop terrace, party room and dedicated coworking space give you plenty of room to live large – in a truly unbeatable location.

Address: 859 Eglinton W

Nearest Intersection: Bathurst & Eglinton


350 15 2023







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8 Reasons To Buy

The Forest Hill Condos


Subway access right from your lobby!

You’ll have direct access to Forest Hill station (to be completed in 2021), part of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT. Plus, there's a bus stop right outside the front door of the building, so getting around town couldn't be easier.



Live in amazing neighborhood

Make your home in the heart of Forest Hill, one of Toronto's most prestigious communities. Ivy-covered heritage homes, winding tree-lined roads and charming local cafes, boutiques, and small neighborhood restaurants abound. Plus there’s plenty of green space, access to the 14.5km Beltline cycling and walking trail, and fantastic public and private schools including Upper Canada College and Bishop Strachan School.



It's an unbeatable investment with 18% appreciation!

There are a lot of condos being built in the city, but only a very small handful have direct access to a subway station. It’s a super-convenient feature that adds tremendous value and promises excellent appreciation over time: about 9% higher annually than a condo without similar access. Whether you're buying a unit to live in or as an investment to rent out, the easy transit access and enviable Forest Hill location mean outstanding appreciation potential, so resale value will climb fast, especially after the LRT has been completed.



Getting around town is easy

In addition to the new Eglinton Crosstown, this area is incredibly well-served by transit. Eglinton West station is just a few blocks away, so you can get to St. George Station in just four stops for access to the Bloor-Danforth line. There are multiple bus and streetcar routes in the area as well, including the 24-hour Bathurst route. And if you're driving, the Allen Expressway is a quick trip west along Eglinton, giving you easy access to the 401.



A beautiful building with great neighbors

Some condos get snapped up by investors looking to rent or expand their Airbnb empires. However, this unique Forest Hill location is designed to appeal to end users: people who will live in the building and create a thriving community. Plus, it has amenities galore: a 24-hour concierge, a state of-the-art fitness center, a rooftop terrace with comfortable seating and incredible views, a beautiful party room, and a fully-outfitted coworking space ideal for resident entrepreneurs, freelancers and work from home types.


You’re a stone’s throw from three universities

University of Toronto's downtown campus is just five subway stop south. York University is nine stops away or a 15 minute drive. And Ryerson University is also nine stops away – whether you’re a student, staff or faculty, getting to school is easy.


Superb shopping close to home

Forest Hill Village is a charming retail strip with great local eateries, boutique shops, cozy coffee spots and other intriguing retailers. The nearby Lawrence Square Shopping Centre has a Fortino’s, Canadian Tire, Marshalls and PetSmart. Head to Lawrence Plaza to shop at Metro, Winners, the LCBO, Shoppers Drug Mart and more. And of course, you're in great proximity to Yorkdale Mall, a shoppers’ paradise and arguably the best mall in the GTA with 270+ retailers and high-end brands like Burberry, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Prada.


A premiere development team with a superb track record

CentreCourt Developments come to this project with some major cred: they've developed 15 buildings with a total of 7,000 units, and currently have $3.5 billion under development, with eight hotly-anticipated projects representing over 5,000 homes. This design-focused, detail-oriented group specializes in high-rise communities with excellent transit access and great proximity to major employment hubs. They have won multiple awards from the Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) and the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD). This fully -integrated group focuses on land acquisitions, zoning, design, sales, construction and customer care. They connect with best-in-class architects, designers and builders for brilliantly located, beautiful homes that are both a great investment and a great place to live.





Imagine being able to cross the city without ever having to go outside. With direct access to the new Forest Hill LRT station, you can get to the TTC right from the lobby of the building.

The LRT will be finished in 2021, and it will have 25 stops and stations running east-west across the city, from Mount Dennis to Kennedy, getting you across town faster than a bus, streetcar or even a downtown subway.

In fact, your Crosstown LRT vehicle will be up to 60% faster than your current travel time!

Direct Subway Access is RARE

Of the 2,650 Condos Corporations in Toronto

condos in Toronto, fewer than 20 have it – that's less than 0.01%

Over 65,000 New Units Sold Since 2017

Less Than 1% Have Direct Connection to Subway

Of the 30 projects launching in Q4 2019, only ONE has a direct connection: The Forest Hill.

Eglinton Crosstown LRT COMPLETION:



Forest Hill Condos COMPLETION:



  • 3 Stops to Yonge & Eglinton

  • 4 Stops to Yorkdale Mall

  • 5 stops to U of T

  • 7 stops to Yonge and Bloor

  • 9 stops to York University

  • 9 stops to Ryerson University

  • 11 stops to Union Station

Residences With Direct Connection carry an

18% Premium

The Area

There’s nothing like being able to walk to pretty much everything you need. Whether you’re looking for a coffee, a dentist or the best place to get your hair cut, this neighbourhood has it all.

Food and drink

Aish Tanoor

 994 Eglinton Ave. W. 

Middle Eastern-focused kosher food in a small space with a charming outdoor patio.

Bi Bim Bap

950 Eglinton Ave. W.

Delicious Korean meals in the traditional stone bowl, listed in Yelp’s “Best Bibimbap in Toronto.”

Bistro Grande

1000 Eglinton Ave. W.

A casual approach to extraordinary food offers kosher dining at its finest.

The Great Maratha

965 Eglinton Ave. W.

Warmly decorated Indian restaurant with curries, meat skewers and vegan options.


955 Eglinton Ave. W.

Family-owned Middle Eastern restaurant with great food and a warm, casual atmosphere.

Mamma's Pizza

944 Eglinton Ave. W

Perfect pies for pizza night - in business since 1957.

Marron Bistro

948 Eglinton Ave. W.

Kosher fine dining restaurant inspired by the cuisines of the Americas, Israel, Japan and Southeast Asia.

Pazza Pazza

1007 Eglinton Ave. W.

Chic eatery specializing in artisanal pizza, upscale pastas, soups and salads.


1100 Eglinton Ave. W.

Kosher burgers, ribs, brisket and wings plus beers served in a laid-back joint with a great graffiti mural.


900 Eglinton Ave. W.

For the perfect barista-made latte or sweet afternoon snack.

Thirsty Fox Pub

1028 Eglinton Ave. W.

Neighbourhood sports bar with pub food and a pool table and lounge.

What a Bagel

973 Eglinton Ave. W.

Bagels and pastries baked on-site every day, with tasty breakfast and lunch options.


Angelo Rosso Custom Tailors

1064 Eglinton Ave. W.

Bespoke, hand tailored men's apparel for true clothing connoisseurs.

Nortown Foods

992 Eglinton Ave. W.

Neighbourhood grocer and specialty food retailer with top quality means, fish and prepared foods.

Qi Natural Food

1001 Eglinton Ave. W.

Family-owned store selling natural supplements and foods.


Ace Cleaners

924 Eglinton Ave. W.

Expert dry cleaning, alterations and repairs.

Forest Hill Animal Clinic

1049 Eglinton Ave. W.

Trusted neighbourhood veterinary clinic.

Forest Hill Children’s Dentistry

2008 Bathurst St.

Children’s dentistry specialists providing excellent dental care in a pleasant and caring environment.

Gordana Dental Art Studio

2016 Bathurst St.

Cosmetic dentistry and implant specialists.

Le Petit Palais Hair Salon

932 Eglinton Ave. W.

Haircuts, colour and blow dry services with expert stylists in a sophisticated setting.

Physiomed Forest Hill

989 Eglinton Ave. W.

Part of Canada’s largest chain of physiotherapy clinics.

Shopper’s Drug Mart

925 Eglinton Ave. W.

Pharmacy and retail in a convenient location.

The Village Shul

1072 Eglinton Ave. W.

Orthodox synagogue.

Some of the best schools in the city 

The Forest Hill neighbourhood boasts public and Catholic schools with great scores, several schools serving the area’s large Jewish community, and three of the most prestigious private schools in the country: Bishop Strachan School for girls and Upper Canada College and St. Michael’s College School for boys.  

Public Schools


Cedarvale CS

Grades PK to 8



É Élém Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau

Grades PK to 6

5.56 KM


Forest Hill Collegiate Institute

Grades 9 to 12

0.4 KM


George Harvey C I

Grades 7 to 12


Catholic Schools

Holy Rosary Catholic School

Grades PK to 8

2.09 KM

Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School

Grades 9 to 12

1.47 KM

Jewish Schools

Robbins Hebrew Academy

Grades PK to 8

0.11 KM

Torah High - Village Shul

Grades 6 to 12

0.47 KM

Leo Baeck Day School

Grades K to 8

1.13 KM


University of Toronto


Ryerson University


York University


George Brown


The Developer: CenterCourt

CentreCourt Developments is one of the younger real estate developers in Toronto, but they’ve already managed to make quite an impression. They create well-thought-out high-rises in some of Toronto’s central areas.

Amenities, superior access to public transit and dense employment centres are all top priorities when choosing a location for their developments. They pursue collaborative efforts with planners, architects, interior designers and construction companies. Although they are new on the scene, they are already making a huge impact on the industry and the city’s skyline.

At the core of this comprehensive list is their detail-oriented nature. All issues and factors are important, no matter how small. They understand that if seemingly minor problems go unchecked, they could spiral into damaging affairs, affecting the prosperity of their projects and in turn, their company.

Despite being a young company, they have a list of impressive feats. They wisely chose to start their company slowly - walking before they run, so to speak. It has definitely paid off, as they currently have eight hotly-anticipated projects in various stages of development. These projects represent 5,000 homes and over $1.5 billion in development revenue. They have also won multiple awards from institutions like the Building Industry and Land Development Association and the Ontario Home Builders Association. Their ability to make an impact so rapidly is truly impressive.

You can’t look at their success without looking at their founder and CEO, Andrew Hoffman. A lawyer by trade, Hoffman is the former COO of Menkes Developments. In 2010, Hoffman decided to break away from the prestigious company and try opening a development company of his own. As the company’s leader, he’s embodied the checklist culture and has ensured that no detail be left out.

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