Toronto’s Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue area is well known for its seemingly endless supply of great shopping and dining, as well as its fast growing urban landscape, making it one of the most desirable places to live in the city.
Yonge and Eglinton has a Walk Score of 98 (out of 100), making it the highest ranked neighbourhood for walking in Toronto. Walk scores are based on the walkability of an area, taking into account the location of schools, libraries, grocery stores, and other businesses and entertainment.
The midtown neighbourhood also received a Transit Score of 93 for its proximity to subways and buses.
Sounds pretty awesome, right?
Currently under construction on Roehampton Avenue, 30Roe was designed by architect Rudy Wallman who gave the development a sleek aesthetic.
Tucked away on a quiet residential street, 30Roe offers its residents a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Faithful urbanites should not be concerned though — the hustle and bustle is still only steps away when residents are ready to jump back into fast paced city life.
The 34 storey development will feature 397 units that range in size from 503 square feet to 945 square feet and start at $323,900.
30Roe’s interior furnishings were designed by II BY IV and include vibrant colours and unique designs throughout the building.
With 70 per cent of its units already sold, there’s no denying that suites at 30Roe are a hot commodity.
Take a look at how the site is looking now…
For more information call 416 915 3812.