Nothing depicts the quality of a developer’s work quite like the house they designed for themselves. Joe Brennan and Daniel Greenglass invited guests to their Toronto home last month to celebrate Riverstone Gananoque, their new waterfront residential project in the Thousand Islands.
A few years ago, the developers converted a late-Victorian church in Toronto’s Little Italy neighbourhood into their own luxury living space. Now, the pair has major plans to transform several industrial buildings into a collection of condo and townhome units in Gananoque, a town that sits on the St. Lawrence River just east of Kingston.
During the event, guests were able to view a large slideshow that captured everything the mixed-use development will soon offer – including a marina with 60 boat slips, a new public park and a waterfront walkway.
Riverstone will be comprised of six buildings with 72 units in total, most of which are already existing and will maintain their original exterior. A new five-storey condo building will also be added to the site.
Located in Gananoque’s Lowertown neighbourhood at Mill Street and Clarence Street, residents will be nearby the town’s charming shops, the Italian-inspired Riva Restaurant and the renowned Ivy League Club (comprised of a private marina, restaurant and general store).
Prices for available units range from the $400,000s to $1 million plus and suites range in size from 950 to 3,000 square feet. Occupancy for phase one is slated for summer 2016.
For more information call 416 972 1682 or register online.