Dovercourt 455 rendering

Curated Properties will soon bring a collection of 12 townhomes to Toronto’s bustling College and Dovercourt neighbourhood.

An unique example of adaptive reuse in infill land development, Dovercourt 455 will sit boldly atop an existing office building which will be built upon to accommodate the 12 townhomes.

The community will be moments from some of the city’s most consistently sought after neighbourhoods, including Little Italy, Bloor Street, Dufferin Grove and Trinity Bellwoods. Residents can walk to various eateries and other vibrant venues and will enjoy having a YMCA and TTC stop right on the corner.

Each unit will be framed by balcony enclosures to provide a panoramic view of the city below, along with an expansive rooftop patio. Each space will also be dressed in tasteful interiors that are both forward-looking and rich in texture.

Dovercourt 455 terrace rendering

Curated has tapped the envelope-pushing RAW Design as the project’s architect while Paul Johnston Unique Urban Homes will handle the sales side.

Dovercourt 455 is just one of Curated Properties’ projects that received a lot of attention these days. The developer hosted a very successful sales event last week for Lanehouse on Bartlett, another new townhouse development set to take shape in Toronto’s Bloordale neighbourhood.

Another one of the developer’s praiseworthy projects to keep on your radar is Edition Richmond. The community is currently under construction on Richmond Street near Strachan and has garnered a great deal of interest since it launched in early 2012. The development also collected a 2013 BILD Award for Best Low-Rise Project of the Year.

Those interested in a unit at Dovercourt 455 should keep the development top of mind, since sales begin in May. For more information be sure to pre-register online.

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