ART SHOPPE LOFTS & CONDOS

The Buildings

Art Shoppe lofts & condos

Art Shoppe lofts & condos is a new project by Freed Developments & CD Capital Developments. They are currently in their preconstruction phase. The location of these condos is 2131 Yonge Street, Toronto. This is just south of Eglinton Avenue. The neighbourhood is something that makes the Art Shoppe Condos highly desirable. There are so many prime schools, parks, shops and restaurants, that you can safely say that this is a great option for anybody looking for a convenient location.

Art Shoppe lofts & condos consist of two towers. The North Tower comprises 28 stories, while the South Tower comprises 12 stories. The two towers share a common 6 storey base. The building is being constructed on the site of The Art Shoppe furniture store. The first and second floors will offer retail space, including restaurants, cafes, and potentially a grocery store.

The marketing theme of this project is ‘the art of change’. This is an inspiring phrase that reflects the team’s belief that a project such as this is one of the ways which makes them leaders in the urban transformation. It also retains a link to the current furniture store’s name. The prices will start from $200,000.

The third, fourth and fifth floors will be for residential units. There will then be plenty of amenity space on the sixth floor. The unit sizes will range from 330 sq. ft. To over 1800 sq. ft. The tentative occupancy date of these condos is the year 2019.

The Transit

The transit score is of 92. In this area there is a world-class public transportation system with the TTC subway and buses. There is also the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT that is scheduled to be completed by the year 2020. The building is also close to major highways and arteries. Metrolinx has in fact identified Yonge & Eglinton as a ‘place to grow mobility hub’.

With the LRT there are many advantages to be gained. For instance the 19 km Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit will manage to cut travelling time significantly, as well as conveniently link to 54 local bus routes, GO Transit and 3 TTC subway stations. It is also worth point out that the closest LRT station to The Eglinton, namely the ‘Mount Pleasant’, is going to be just 2 minutes away. To give a general idea of the proximity of key areas, we can mention that there will be just 20 minutes away from the Eaton Centre and the Yonge-Dundas Square, 24 minutes to the Union Station and 45 minutes to the Pearson International Airport.

The Neighbourhood

The area where the Art Shoppe condos are going to be built comprises several amenities, including stores, retail outlets, dining establishments, and malls. There are also numerous schools within close proximity, including the North Toronto Collegiate Institute, Northern Secondary, Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, the TCDSB (Catholic board) Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School and the St. Monica’s Catholic Elementary School. There are also several parks, such as the Oriole Park, the Belt Line Railway and the Eglinton Park. When considering all of this, there is no denying that the Art Shoppe condos have been given a high walk score. In fact the score is that of 93. For those who want to have access to common everyday needs without having to drive a car or go by bus, the Art Shoppe condos are simply a great choice. You can literally walk to virtually everything you need.

This is a well-established neighbourhood that includes homes that reflect the Tudor and the Georgian architectural styles, as well as older apartment building and condominiums. So there is literally something for everyone. It is also worth mentioning that the neighbourhood has in fact experienced a massive growth spurt lately, especially since there was the announcement of the new transit service. According to RealNet Canada Inc., the average price for the new condos has risen by 18% per sq ft. Over the last three years. There is also the fact that Yonge & Eglinton is surrounded by Lawrence Prk, Lytton Park and Firest Hill, which comprise affluent communities.

Employment in the area has increased consistently too over the last few years. In the past five years there has been an increase of 28% in fact. Most jobs are office jobs.

There is also an aura of sports and fitness in this neighbourhood. In fact there is the 9 hectare Eglinton Park which comprises 5 multipurpose sports fields, 4 tennis courts, a children’s playground, a wading pool and two ball diamonds.

There are also the beautiful Alexander Muir Memorial gardens, the Lawn Bowling clubs, he Blythwood Ravine Park, the Sherwood Park and the Lawrence Park Tennis.

Simply mentioning all of these names is enough to demonstrate the great neighbourhood of these condos. So besides the experienced and award winning developers, and the great scores that were attributed to this project, there is no denying that it is a great investment and worth keeping an eye on.

ART SHOPPE LOFTS & CONDOS

The Buildings

Art Shoppe lofts & condos

Art Shoppe lofts & condos is a new project by Freed Developments & CD Capital Developments. They are currently in their preconstruction phase. The location of these condos is 2131 Yonge Street, Toronto. This is just south of Eglinton Avenue. The neighbourhood is something that makes the Art Shoppe Condos highly desirable. There are so many prime schools, parks, shops and restaurants, that you can safely say that this is a great option for anybody looking for a convenient location.

Art Shoppe lofts & condos consist of two towers. The North Tower comprises 28 stories, while the South Tower comprises 12 stories. The two towers share a common 6 storey base. The building is being constructed on the site of The Art Shoppe furniture store. The first and second floors will offer retail space, including restaurants, cafes, and potentially a grocery store.

The marketing theme of this project is ‘the art of change’. This is an inspiring phrase that reflects the team’s belief that a project such as this is one of the ways which makes them leaders in the urban transformation. It also retains a link to the current furniture store’s name. The prices will start from $200,000.

The third, fourth and fifth floors will be for residential units. There will then be plenty of amenity space on the sixth floor. The unit sizes will range from 330 sq. ft. To over 1800 sq. ft. The tentative occupancy date of these condos is the year 2019.

The Transit

The transit score is of 92. In this area there is a world-class public transportation system with the TTC subway and buses. There is also the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT that is scheduled to be completed by the year 2020. The building is also close to major highways and arteries. Metrolinx has in fact identified Yonge & Eglinton as a ‘place to grow mobility hub’.

With the LRT there are many advantages to be gained. For instance the 19 km Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit will manage to cut travelling time significantly, as well as conveniently link to 54 local bus routes, GO Transit and 3 TTC subway stations. It is also worth point out that the closest LRT station to The Eglinton, namely the ‘Mount Pleasant’, is going to be just 2 minutes away. To give a general idea of the proximity of key areas, we can mention that there will be just 20 minutes away from the Eaton Centre and the Yonge-Dundas Square, 24 minutes to the Union Station and 45 minutes to the Pearson International Airport.

The Neighbourhood

The area where the Art Shoppe condos are going to be built comprises several amenities, including stores, retail outlets, dining establishments, and malls. There are also numerous schools within close proximity, including the North Toronto Collegiate Institute, Northern Secondary, Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, the TCDSB (Catholic board) Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School and the St. Monica’s Catholic Elementary School. There are also several parks, such as the Oriole Park, the Belt Line Railway and the Eglinton Park. When considering all of this, there is no denying that the Art Shoppe condos have been given a high walk score. In fact the score is that of 93. For those who want to have access to common everyday needs without having to drive a car or go by bus, the Art Shoppe condos are simply a great choice. You can literally walk to virtually everything you need.

This is a well-established neighbourhood that includes homes that reflect the Tudor and the Georgian architectural styles, as well as older apartment building and condominiums. So there is literally something for everyone. It is also worth mentioning that the neighbourhood has in fact experienced a massive growth spurt lately, especially since there was the announcement of the new transit service. According to RealNet Canada Inc., the average price for the new condos has risen by 18% per sq ft. Over the last three years. There is also the fact that Yonge & Eglinton is surrounded by Lawrence Prk, Lytton Park and Firest Hill, which comprise affluent communities.

Employment in the area has increased consistently too over the last few years. In the past five years there has been an increase of 28% in fact. Most jobs are office jobs.

There is also an aura of sports and fitness in this neighbourhood. In fact there is the 9 hectare Eglinton Park which comprises 5 multipurpose sports fields, 4 tennis courts, a children’s playground, a wading pool and two ball diamonds.

There are also the beautiful Alexander Muir Memorial gardens, the Lawn Bowling clubs, he Blythwood Ravine Park, the Sherwood Park and the Lawrence Park Tennis.

Simply mentioning all of these names is enough to demonstrate the great neighbourhood of these condos. So besides the experienced and award winning developers, and the great scores that were attributed to this project, there is no denying that it is a great investment and worth keeping an eye on.

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