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Radiant LSQ Condo Community in Pre-construction Phase in North York


It’s time to get excited! A brand-new residential community is in preconstruction on Sheppard Ave at Victoria Park and will be a game-changer. LSQ Condo (Lansing Square) by Almadev Group (the same builder who built Emerald City across from Fairview Mall) is bringing 1.7 million square feet of new homes, parking spots, and super cool work-life amenities like delicious dining options to the area.

LSQ is located in the Consumers Road Business Park in North York, Toronto. This business park is the biggest employment area outside of downtown Toronto and it’s ready for a makeover to attract the brightest and best of the knowledge economy.

The development, poised to be the epitome of urban luxury in North York, represents a paradigm shift in master-planned communities. The initial installment, LSQ 1, a 43-storey edifice boasting 462 meticulously designed residential suites, is a beacon of sophistication.

Its crowning jewel, a rooftop pool, is but one of the many thoughtfully curated amenities available to residents. LSQ offers a diverse spectrum of suite configurations, catering to the contemporary lifestyle. The choices range from compact one-bedroom suites to ample two and three-bedroom residences.

LSQ site location map
LSQ Lansing Square Site Location

LSQ Community and ConsumersNext Business Park Master Plan

The city has a master plan to make this place even better, it’s called ConsumersNext, and it’s all about making the area more livable, improving pedestrian safety, and reducing traffic congestion.

The business park sits conveniently at Highway 401 and DVP. Plus, the proposed Sheppard LRT from the Don Mills subway station is coming soon to make your commute a breeze.

LSQ buildings
Lansing Square at Victoria Park and Sheppard Ave.

ConsumersNext is about putting safety first, with shorter pedestrian crossings and a street grid network that’s easier to walk on. The plan is to connect the business park to the central transit hub via the Sheppard-Yonge line, extending one more stop East on the Don Mills subway line.

If you’re a cycling fan, you’ll love the ConsumersNext plan too. They’re adding a new greenway connection to make it easier to get around by bike, with a dedicated cycling lane running along the outer perimeter of the park. Get ready for a bright and exciting future!

Adam Ainsworth