The four-storey development will complement the thriving Roncesvalles neighbourhood, while contributing something altogether new and different. Spacious floorplans, plenty of greenery and either rooftop terraces or private backyards give the development a relaxed, pastoral atmosphere in the centre of a bustling urban area.
The 57 one-, two- and three-bedroom towns and flats will be designed to create an intimate feel and a tight-knit community for residents. With RAW Design enlisted to design the townhouses, each space is fluid and inviting with an open-concept layout, creating the ideal space for entertaining.
The Roncesvalles area, or “Roncy” as the locals call it, has been developing for quite some time as one of the hippest cultural pockets of the city. 35 Wabash will be surrounded by popular restaurants, shops and cultural destinations, making it easy to stay inspired and in-the-know about the latest trends in the city.
Eateries like Hula Girl, The Ace, Barque Smokehouse and Chopin Restaurant, which serves traditional Polish fare including some of the best pierogi in town, are all just a short walk away. Plus, even more green space is within reach at 35 Wabash with Sorauren Park virtually at your doorstep.
And with plenty of transit options like the Gardiner Expressway, Dundas and Queen streetcars and Dundas West Station all close by, it’s easy to see why the area has become so popular with such a diverse group of Torontonians.
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To find out more about 35 Wabash, visit 35wabash.com.