Photo: Arthur Mola
Elad Canada celebrated a major milestone at the 20 acre Emerald City community last month with the groundbreaking of The Colours of Emerald City. Representatives from Elad Canada as well as the Councillor for Ward 33, Shelley Carroll, attended the event, which marked the official start of the second phase of the master planned community.
The 13-storey Colours of Emerald City is the first tower in phase two and will house 245 units ranging in size from 495 square feet to 840 square feet. Designed by WZMH Architects, the exterior features a contemporary mix of glass, precast and plenty of balconies and terraces for outdoor enjoyment.

The luxurious interiors were designed by II By IV Design Associates and suites feature functional layouts, nine foot ceilings, quartz or granite kitchen countertops and a choice of fully-integrated or stainless steel appliances.

Amenities at The Colours of Emerald City include a fully-equipped fitness centre, hot tub, his and hers saunas, swimming pool and an outdoor patio and terrace that are perfect for entertaining. Other amenities include a large party area, indoor dining room, lounge, screening room and a hotel style guest suite.

Ideally situated on Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road, the development’s location is equally desirable with the Sheppard TTC station and Fairview Mall just steps away. Even closer to home is the Parkway Forest Community Centre which houses a YMCA-operated daycare, gym and an outdoor pool and pavilion. The neighbourhood is also dotted with beautiful public art installations by renowned Canadian novelist and artist Douglas Coupland.

Suites at The Colours of Emerald City start in the mid-$200,000s and, for a limited time, homebuyers can take advantage of up to $8,000 off the purchase price. There’s still plenty of floor plan options available so make sure to register online and drop by the Emerald City presentation centre at the southeast corner of Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue for more information.

For more information visit or call 416 492 0001.

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