Curated Properties is known for building some of Toronto’s most unique properties. From a converted century-old yarn factory called Lanehouse on Bartlett, to Dovercourt 455 — a 12-unit townhome project atop a low-rise office building — Curated Properties developments are bold, innovative and just plain cool. It comes as no surprise that these developments sell fast.
Curated’s latest project, Cabin Toronto, is no exception. Located on Dovercourt Road, south of Queen, in the Queen West neighbourhood, Cabin Toronto will offer distinct architecture by RAW Design and modern interiors by MASON Studios.
Ideal for families, almost all of the 25 units are two-storey homes with spacious two and three bedroom floor plans. Interiors boast gourmet kitchens with plenty of storage, as well as functional living and dining rooms perfect for entertaining.
Each home will also have an abundance of outdoor living areas including gardens, terraces or rooftop patios. Secure, indoor parking will also be available at an additional cost.
Cabin Toronto is still in registration as the team finalizes floor plans and prepares the presentation centre, so make sure to register online to be the first to know when sales launch.
For more information, visit www.cabintoronto.com.