The up-and-coming area of Davenport Village will be getting a new residential staple in Fuse, a two-tower condominium development by Neudorfer Corporation. With prices starting at $239,000 and 70 per cent of the units priced below $300,000, new homes at Fuse are among the most affordable in Toronto.
Just a short trip out of the downtown core, Fuse provides a connected urban lifestyle at an exceptionally low price.
Not only is Fuse centrally located and steps away from TTC stops, but its distinct design seamlessly blends elements of old and new architecture. The building integrates a century-old warehouse, which will be repurposed to house a Shoppers Drug Mart and Metro grocery store.
Both the 27-storey point tower and the 24-storey second phase offer one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den and two-bedroom layouts with open and spacious living spaces complete with balconies.
The kitchens are sleek and practical, with granite countertops, large cupboards and high-quality appliances. Subway-tile backsplash and designer cabinetry create a stylish look.
Plus, the 11,000 square feet of amenities are ideal for mingling with other residents. The space includes a wellness gym, a yoga studio, large activity and events rooms and a movie theatre for cozy nights in.
The Neudorfer Corporation has been one of the leading developers in the city for over 40 years. The family-owned company has been thoughtfully planning out the Davenport Village area for 15 years, and in the future the community will be home to nearly 10,000 people. Fuse is just the latest addition to the already bustling neighbourhood.
To find out more about Fuse, visit its website.