The Upper House by Knightstone Capital Management officially broke ground last Sunday, October 18th in Toronto’s desirable Leaside community. David Lehberg, CEO and President at Knightstone was joined by Jonathan Kearns, Principal at Kearns Mancini Architects, Danny Tito from Skygrid Construction, along with community members and media to celebrate the milestone occasion.


(L-R) David Lehberg, Jonathan Kearns, and Danny Tito

“This is a very exciting time for us at Knightstone, for future residents and for the Leaside community,” said Lehberg. “This groundbreaking marks yet another milestone in the continued success at The Upper House, and in bringing one of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods its first boutique community.”


Guests were also treated to a community barbecue hosted by local butcher shop, Grill Time, while representatives from Chestnut Park were available to answer questions from prospective homebuyers.

Slated for completion in spring 2017, the seven-story mid-rise will house 66 units ranging in size from 435 square feet to 1,509 square feet and available in a variety of layouts from cozy bachelor suites to spacious two-storey townhomes.


Designed by Chase International Consultants in Design Inc., the suites feature smooth finished nine foot ceilings, pre-finished engineered hardwood floors and barbecue gas lines on balconies, terraces and patios. Kitchens come well-appointed with beautiful quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and large pantries with plenty of storage.


Residents will also have access to several amenities including a fully-equipped fitness studio, rooftop terrace with integrated barbecue and prep area, outdoor lounge with fireplace and a dog spa. They’ll also benefit from a chic and stylish residents lounge with full catering kitchen, dining area, fireplace, large screen TV and access to an outdoor patio garden.

Prices at the Upper House Condos start from the $300,000s with select suites still available.

For more information, call 416 425 1800 or email

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