For homeowners seeking spaces that stand out, Park Towns offer plenty unique features. Located near Bayview Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East, the Broccolini project distinguishes itself from other townhouse projects through its style, setting and access to great services.
Only 50 units will make up the North York enclave. Imagined by SMV Architects, the contemporary lines of the exterior and striking contrast of light and dark bring upscale design to uptown Toronto.
Though the towns were inspired by urban brownstones, the project is grounded in a park setting. Residents can enjoy the green surroundings and lush on-site landscaping. Plus, with Mountain Equipment Co-op as your neighbour you can enjoy on-site yoga classes and anything you might need for any out of town adventures.
But if you prefer high heels to hiking boots, Bayview Village is just around the corner, offering a wealth of stores and services. The shopping centre boasts many must-have retailers including Brooks Brothers, Mendocino and Roots and unique boutiques such as a new shop from Project Runway Canada alum Brian Bailey. You can also indulge in gourmet food at Pusateri’s or meet with friends for a fresh dining experience at Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill.
Park Towns will be located in a complete neighbourhood, serviced by both subway access and the 400-highway series. But the homes themselves also have plenty to offer. Bryon Patton & Associates, one of the city’s best-known interior design studios, created one, two and three-bedroom interior layouts. There are endless opportunities to personalize the spaces too: the kitchen have full-size stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops and a choice of ceramic or glass tile back splashes.
Each townhome also comes with outdoor space, whether it’s a rooftop terrace or an interior courtyard – further proof of how the project balances the convenience and style of urban life with the peace of green surroundings.
Available units start from the mid-$200,000s.
For more information contact 416 868 0784.