• Estimated Completion 2026
  • Starting from 500,000

M2M Squared Condos


Project Information

M2M Squared Condos is a new condo and townhouse development

by Aoyuan International currently in preconstruction at Yonge Street & Cummer Avenue, Toronto. The development is scheduled for completion in 2026. Available units range in price from the high $500,000’s to over $1,100,000. M2M Squared Condos unit sizes range from 443 to 1015 square feet.

Reasons to Buy

  • Located in Toronto’s Newtonbrook East neighbourhood
  • Boasts of a world-class transportation with a transit score of 100/100
  • Short walk to the Finch Subway Station
  • Quick access to Go and YRT Terminal
  •  Near shops, eateries and schools
  • Close to parks including Northtown Park, Silverview Park as well as Finch Parkette

Quick Facts

Community Name: M2M Condos
Building Type: Condo and Townhouse
Ownership: Condominium
Selling Status: Registration
Construction Status: Preconstruction
Estimated Completion: 2026

About Developer

Aoyuan International

Aoyuan International

Aoyuan International Investment Group (‘Aoyuan International’) is a subsidiary of Aoyuan, that is aimed at propelling the investment, development and operation of properties internationally such as Sydney Australia, Vancouver Canada, Toronto Canada, Hong Kong and Macao, China.

In order to adapt to the changing conditions and to seek out new property development opportunities, Aoyuan’s Board of Directors made the strategic decision to establish Aoyuan International as an offshore investment arm to take international projects to new heights.

Aoyuan International specialises in the investment and management of international property development projects and after several years of rapid expansion, has proven its strength and capabilities worldwide. Aoyuan International has become a new driver of Aoyuan’s business and profits, highlighting the increasingly fast pace of its internationalisation.

With the One30 Hyde Park project, Aoyuan International set a new price record for apartments in Australia. The project has since been used as a case study to demonstrate a successful model for offshore property project financing among Chinese real estate enterprises.