While the community is already one of the most sought after in Toronto’s west end, there are, of course, some aspects that could use a little improvement. Now, the City of Toronto has announced a $45 million plan to do just that.
Earlier this month the city announced the massive infrastructure plan aimed at improving the six-way intersection of Kipling Avenue, Bloor Street and Dundas Street, affectionately known as “Spaghetti Junction.”
The goal of the project, spearheaded by Build Toronto, will be to make the neighbourhood more pedestrian-friendly, improve traffic flow and overhaul the network of roads while creating new parks, residences and retail space.
The demolition of the long-derelict Westwood Theatre has already commenced, a key step toward removing the bridges and ramps that criss-cross the area. Once complete, Bloor, Dundas and Kipling will all be brought down to grade level, making the Kipling subway station much more accessible via pedestrian pathways.
What does all this mean for future Vivid Condos residents? An incredibly vibrant pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood to call home!
Prices at Vivid start from the mid $200’s.
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