Max Condos by Tribute Communities in Toronto

Max / 81 Mutual Street

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Max is a new pre-construction condo building development by Tribute Communities located at 81 Mutual Street, Toronto.

Max Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.
With variety of amenities, it is made up of 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom & Up units.

The unit size is ranging from 430 to 855 square feet with prices starting from upper 200k.
This is a 36 stories Condo building.

Everybody wants to live life to the fullest. To see more. Do more. Feel more. Enjoy a world of endless possibilities. This is the essence of life at Max Condos. Located just steps from the corner of Church and Dundas in the heart of downtown\'s most central neighbourhood, every aspect of Max Condos has been carefully designed to let you get the most out of life. From spectacular suite designs, to convenient area amenities, you can enjoy a world of maximum possibility and potential here.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Max
Developer: Tribute Communities
Location: 81 Mutual Street,Toronto
Product: Condo building
First Occupancy: 2020-06-01
Unit Type: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom & Up
Maint. Fee: $0.56 SqFt/Month
Floors: 36
*All dates are approximate.

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