520 Richmond in Old Toronto area, will be a magnificent project with a magnificent location for everyone to love and enjoy, offering 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms design layouts.
Close the door behind you and you forget the rest of the world. This is your sanctuary, this is your home. Or just step outside and the world is at your doorstep. Amenities at every turn for every age group.
Fashion district to the south, Chinatown to the north, Queen Street West just around the corner, Financial District to the east and much more just within steps.
Steps to the West Queen West neighbourhood which was voted “the second-hippest district in the world” in the Vogue Magazine September 2014 issue.
Near Chinatown and to the west of Spadina Avenue.
South of the Kensington Market which is “Toronto’s most vibrant and diverse neighbourhood”.
Not too far away from the development site to the east are the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Princess of Wales Theatre, the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Roy Thompson Hall, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, OCAD University, Toronto City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, the Toronto Eaton Centre, Massey Hall, Yonge-Dundas Square and Ryerson University.
462 Eastern Avenue Condos is a new condo project by Graywood Developments and Alterra Group to be located at 462 Eastern Avenue in Toronto’s quaint Leslieville neighbourhood. A mixed use building for both residential and commercial uses.
Proposed to have a total of 9-storeys and feature 308 luxury condo suites, including ground-floor retail space and seven luxury townhomes.This building will contain 259 residential units.
In addition to this building there will be seven 3.5 storey Town Homes being constructed on Logan Ave. The development will feature a underground parking lot for 288 vehicles. 161 spots will be for residential parking, 67 spots for residential visitors, and 60 spots for retail use.
There is also 333 proposed spaces for bicycle parking on a grade level and in the three level underground parking lot.
Architecture by Diamond + Schmitt Architects, Inc.
Interior design by TACT Design
Unit measurements range from 500-square-feet to 1,200-square-feet
Building and suite amenities include terraces and balconies, fully-tiled showers, integrated dishwashers, and much more
Local Restaurants in the area
Reliable Halibut & Chips
Purple Penguin Cafe
Gale’s Snack Bar
District 28 Bar Bistro
Just east of the Condominiums you will find the Toronto Beaches Area, with boardwalks and the quiet shops along Queen Street East. An excellent location for a stroll or bike ride.
The building is also close to Cherry Beach to the south and the Tommy Thompson Conservation Area and Bird Sanctuary.
Steps away from the Queen Street streetcar and bus routes 301, 501, 502, 503 and the Carlaw bus routes 72, 325.
462 Eastern Ave condos is located 15 minutes away from the Toronto Eaton Centre in the heart of Downtown Toronto. You will be able to find many different stores, restaurants, and culture.
The Humber condoslLocated just south of Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West, York region. A 5-minute walk from the Weston GO and future LRT station. Right on the banks of the Humber River, this condominium is expected to begin selling in 2020.
Spread out over 16 floors, The Humber has suites ranging in size from 400 to 1100 square feet, with many different layouts and exposures. Your monthly condo fees cover Common Element Maintenance, Building Insurance and Water.
If you are looking for transit, don’t fear, The Humber has a TTC Bus Stop a short walk away. For drivers, the closest highway is HWY 401 via the Weston Rd onramp and is within a few minutes drive, making it easier to get around Toronto.
The Humber neighbourhood
Recommended nearby places to eat are: Michelle’s Place, Milan Pizzeria & Wings and Canadian Pizza Unlimited.
Groceries can be found at Jam’s Convenience & Variety which is a short distance away and you’ll find Eagle Manor Pharmacy only a few minutes walk away as well.
Entertainment options near The Humber include Central Bar & Grill.
The Humber is a short walk away from great parks like Raymore Park, Weston Lions Park and Memorial Park – York.
Schools are readily available as well with Kisomo-Private School In Toronto to earn High School Credits and C R Marchant Middle School an easy 4 minute walk.
Now you can live in the highly desired Kingsway Village Community. The Sunnylea neighbourhood of Toronto is a popular, up-and-coming community with lots of charm and character, due to the picturesque Mimico Creek that flows through the centre of the neighbourhood.
The new condo development is located just a five-minute walk to the 2 Line Bloor-Danforth at the Royal York Station.
The Condominium will feature a large retail area covering approximately 12,247 sq.ft. and approximately 1,200 sq.ft. shared amenity space on the ground floor.
Terraces will be looking southwards facing the beautiful residential area and Mimico Creek.
The Condominium will be located between Mimico creek and the Humber River. The Humber and beautiful Old Mills Trail, just a few minutes walk to the East is a great place to relax or go for a jog, with many parks as well as the Humber River Recreational Trail.
United Kingsway Nighbourhood
WalkScore of 83/100, TransitScore of 80/100, and BikeScore of 70/100
Local and nearby attractions and landmarks in the area include: King’s Mill Park, Fairfield Park, St. Lawrence Market, The Market Gallery, Market Square, the Toronto Sculpture Garden, Hockey Hall of Fame, Young People’s Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, the historic Toronto First Post Office, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, The Air Canada Centre, the Distillery Historic District, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Massey Hall, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, O.I.P. Dance Centre, St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica, and the Redpath Sugar Museum
Local schools include: Norseman Junior Middle School, Sunnylea Junior School, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Park Lawn Junior Middle School, Islington Junior Middle School, Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, and Etienne Brule Junior School
The Post Lofts will be a small, 6 storey building with a total of 29 luxury units with Loft finishes at 1249 Queen St E Toronto, ON M4L 1C2 Canada.
It has brick walls & exposed beams & 9’6″ ceiling heights. Every unit will have a gas line and a balcony/open view! Price averages $700/sq ft. Prices will go up after launch.
Post Lofts Highlights
Excellent WalkScore of 91/100, very good TransitScore of 89/100, and perfect 100/100 BikeScore
Attractions and things to do in and around the area include: Maple Leaf Forever Park, Pinewood Toronto Studios, Cinevillage, Showline Studios, Ashbridge Estate, Gerrard India Bazaar, Connaught Barns/Russell Carhouse, Greenwood Park, Yonge-Dundas Square, The Carlu, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Atrium on Bay, the Toronto Police Museum, Carlton Cinemas, Ryerson Image Centre, CF Toronto Eaton Centre (massive shopping complex), historic Mackenzie House, The AGO ((Art Gallery of Ontario), Nathan Phillips Square, New City Hall (stunning architecture), Allan Gardens Conservatory, Old City Hall (architecture), historic Massey Hall, The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Textile Museum of Canada, Gallery Arcturus, Royal Conservatory of Music, Queen’s Park, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Spadina Avenue, Osgoode Hall, Opera Atelier, The PATH (underground shopping complex), John B. Aird Gallery, CAA Theatre, Canadian Opera Company, Phoenix Concert Theatre, Campbell House Museum, Betty Oliphant Theatre, and the Ontario College of Art & Design
Nearby restaurant options include: The Captain’s Boil, Katsuya, The Elm Tree Restaurant, Richmond Station, Epicure City BOM Restaurant, The Queen & Beaver Public House, Poke Guys, Byblos, Pearl Diver, Oro Restaurant, Adega Restaurante, Thai on Yonge, Barberian’s Steak House, Japango, Under the Table Restaurant, Kintaro, The Gabardine, Smoque ‘N Bones, Café La Gaffe, The Senator Restaurant, George Restaurant, Bombay Street Food, and Dagu Rice Noodle Restaurant
The Queensview at Backyard Condos is designed by Kohn Architects and will feature interior design by U31, featuring Open Concept Living Space, Stainless Steel Appliances, Glass Shower, Contemporary Cabinets, Smooth Ceilings, Wide Plank Laminated Flooring, Entry Door System, Quartz Countertops.
Amenities include a Guest Suite, Party Room With Patio, gorgeous Lobby and Indoor Gym
Located in the heart of South Etobicoke Stonegate-Queensway neighbourhood
6 minute drive to Old Mill Subway Station
Steps from the Humber River
Easy access to Gardiner Expy
Close to shops, restaurants and schools
Has an excellent transit score
Nearby parks include Marine Parade Drive, Rennie Park and Humber Park
A new place to live and play in Toronto is taking shape. Nestled within Toronto’s popular King West and Liberty Village neighbourhoods, discover vibrant condominium living situated on an all new 4-acre community park.
Playground Garrison Point 2 condos consists of 3 towers with the landmark tower at 49 storeys and it’s central location is perfect for those young urbanites who work in the downtown core.
This is a place that combines the constant variety of life in Toronto’s most exciting neighbourhoods, with the sense of refuge that that only nature can offer. It’s a place where you can spend your days exploring stylish shops and restaurants, and also exploring the majestic shores of Lake Ontario.
Where you can watch the big game at BMO Field, and watch the big moments of your life unfold in the comfort of your own home.
Embracing a lifestyle of excitement, possibility, convenience and fun. It’s all waiting for you, any time you want to play.
Over half of the site will be converted in a 4 acre public park designed by world renowned landscape architect, Claude Cormier. The Park will over an open space amenity featured a proposed Olympic sized swimming pool.
Once complete Garrison Point will be a mixed use community with work, play, shop and live in one convienient urban center.
Liberty Village is also known to rent at a premium making this development an attractive choice to the investor.
This Toronto neighbourhood is just south of Queen Street West, and is home to the city’s Fashion District, close to the Entertainment District, and is just west of the Downtown Core.
The new condo development is minutes from rail lines including the 304 King N.C., 514 Cherry, and the 509 Harbourfront, as well as bus lines such as the 63 Ossington, 511 Bathurst, 29 Dufferin, and the 121 Fort York-Esplande.
Playground Condos Highlights
Has a walkscore of 91/100: walkable EVERYWHERE
Located within the King West and Liberty Village
Close access to the Gardiner Expy
Walking distance to the Exhibition GO Station
Has a transit score of 100/100: world class public transportation
Nearby parks include Stanley Park, The Gore and Massey Harris Park
Excellent WalkScore of 91/100, perfect 100/100 TransitScore, and good BikeScore of 80/100
Arriba Restaurant, SOCO Kitchen & Bar, Horizons Café, The Pint Public House, Boston Pizza, Canyon Creek Front Street, Azure Restaurant & Bar, the Badali Bar & Cucina, Ito Sushi & Noodle Restaurant, The OverDraught Irish Pub, Evviva Restaurant, The Loose Moose Tap & Grill, Taverna Mercatto, The Shore Club, Fionn MacCool’s Irish Pub, Los Colibris, and Toca Restaurant.
The Waves at Bayside is a luxury waterfront condominium proposed by Tridel and Hines for Toronto’s East Bayfront neighbourhood. They have yet to schedule an occupancy date, but it will be the fourth and final building in their award-winning community, coming in lieu of the project’s sold-out sister buildings.
Featuring renowned architecture from Denmark’s 3XN, this gorgeously terraced condominium will provide stunning views of Lake Ontario, access to a sunny pedestrian promenade and all the attractions that downtown Toronto has to offer. Its luxuriously-appointed suites will make living here a truly elevated experience.
Expected to feature peaks that reach both 19 and 16 storeys, with indoor party room and an expansive terrace with an outdoor swimming pool.
Tridel’s other nearby buildings include luxurious finishes, stunning amenity spaces and some of the newest home technology – including the Smart Suite system, which allows you control your home’s settings directly from your phone – so we’re expecting their newest addition to feature much of the same.
The building is shaped as a block-long slab whose middle has been carved away, with the removed mass redistributed at the ends, creating two peaks.
The building’s exterior is then carved at 45° angles so that all suites have views toward the lake, while balconies and terraces extend the living outdoors.
As the building steps back on higher floors toward each peak, a large percentage of the suites benefit from the steps with spacious terraces. Where the terraces of the two peaks split apart, the building’s shared amenities are found, both indoor spaces such as party rooms, and an expansive deck space with outdoor swimming pool.
The Waves will be the furthest east building in Bayside, an area south of Queens Quay between Sherbourne Common and the Parliament Street Slip.
Running up The Waves’ west side will be Merchants’ Wharf, a new U-shaped neighbourhood street connecting to Queens Quay at its two ends, while to the south and east of The Waves will be a new extension of the Waterfront Promenade, and then, well, waves: Toronto Harbour is to the south, while the Parliament Slip will become a new marina location.
East Bayfront condos in Toronto have been booming lately and we’re not surprised. The former industrial stretch is steps from all the downtown core offers and features some of the city’s best lake access, which has resulted in an influx of condominium developments in the area.
Some of these are master-planned communities, which will add significant office, retail and community space to the area too, making for a vibrant and livable pocket.
One of these will include enough space to support up to 2,000 jobs, while another one features significant commercial space targeting arts and cultural industries, as well as a new campus for George Brown College. A third has proposed an extension to the PATH network, which connects the downtown core through an underground pedestrian system. This is a growing region that makes a great place to invest.
The neighbourhood’s recent Queen’s Quay revitalization has already seen the addition of a new streetcar route, added greenery and a promenade for pedestrians and cyclists, which just happens to be immediately south of the building.
Not only are the gentle waves of Lake Ontario at your doorstep here, but the East Bayfront neighbourhood is a short streetcar ride to Union Station, which connects you with the city’s subway system, the GO train, VIA Rail and the Union Pearson Express.
The glittering Financial District, where it’s estimated approximately 200,000 people work, is easy to get to, along with the historic St. Lawrence Market and a wealth of restaurants and artisanal retailers.
Craving a serene and picturesque day trip? It’s a short walk to the ferry terminal, which takes you over to Toronto Island, a must-see during the warmer months.
A tranquil waterfront, a vibrant urban centre and a neighbourhood on the verge of a massive transformation … this development really does bring some of the city’s best perks into one project.
Waves at Bayside Condos Highlight
1 Bedroom (+Den), 2 Bedrooms (+Den) & 3 Bedrooms (+Den)
Unit Size Range: 500 to 2,600 sq.ft
Step to the Loblaw Supermarket
Close to the Geroge Brown College and Ryerson University
Beside the Lake
TTC stop at the from door. 5 Mins to the bishop airport
An exclusive, private enclave of seven luxurious, London manor inspired townhomes on the prestigious Lakeshore Road across from Lake Ontario and Burloak Waterfront Park.
Hear the sounds of the calming waves while you breathe in the Lakefront breeze. Soak in the serenity while relaxing on your rooftop terrace, whether you are entertaining friends, or enjoying a good book and a glass of wine while your skin soaks in the warmth of the sun.
Two- and 3-bedroom plans with 2 car garages and exquisite, luxe finishes, starting from $1.3 million.
Parkview Lakefront Residences Highlights
Luxurious lakefront townhomes
Close to shopping, dining and schools
Nearby parks include Sioux Lookout Park, Tuck Park and Central Park
Boutique condo in Yorkville built as a modern interpretation of a classical 19th century European midrise, carefully articulated in a rich material palette of masonry, glass and metal designed by AUDAX Architecture.
One Twenty Eight Hazelton Avenue has a total of 21 units, sizes range from 936 to 1496 square feet.
Full concierge service 24/7 and valet parking
Event Room – for entertaining with adjacent catering kitchen
Back yard garden with dining area – private and hidden from the street
Enjoy the prestige location with city amenities. University of Toronto St. George campus is within close proximity. ROM & Bata Shoe Museum is 10 minutes away.