From changes in Ontario’s Electronic Commerce Act that enable new home buyers to sign their Agreements of Purchase and Sale electronically, to the fastest high-speed broadband network in Canada along Waterfront Toronto, the condominium landscape in the GTA is changing rapidly with technological advancements.

Just a few of the condos that offer exceptional technology are Great Gulf’s Monde, where every suite is broadband ready; Dundee Kilmer’s Canary Park community, with fibre optic cabling to each suite; 45 Charles Ltd. and Edenshaw Developments’ Chaz Yorkville, which is a leading-edge building with regard to online connectivity; and The Rosedale on Bloor, where residents of SkyWatch Condos will receive Rogers Ignite 250 Unlimited Internet installed in the suites.

The market is booming with items that make connecting easier and faster, such as wireless charging night tables, audio products that allow you to manage the music and audio in your suite using your iPad, and electronics that can control things like heating, lighting, and opening and closing blinds remotely.

Many condo developers are making the parking areas future ready for electric vehicles. Can The Jetsons’ flying cars be that far away?