The future residents of J.Davis House will have no shortage of things to do in Davisville Village. The midrise condominium by Mattamy Homes and Biddington Homes is situated near the intersection of Yonge and Davisville Avenue — an established neighbourhood replete with shopping, dining and entertainment.
There’s no better way to start your day than brunch at the nearby Coquine Restaurant. Their crab and avocado benedict is a must-try, as is the “pain perdu,” a pile of vanilla French toast served with mixed berries and Chambord whipped cream. If you manage to recover from the subsequent food coma, check out the shops at Yonge and Eg — we love browsing the selection at BMV Book Store or finding décor inspiration at Restoration Hardware.
If shopping isn’t enough cardio exercise for you, head to Barre Beautiful Toronto or the Toronto Kickboxing and Muay Thai Academy. Both offer an exciting array of classes that will keep you looking and feeling your best.
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For dinner, we’d recommend the fare at Five Doors North. This relaxed, family-friendly restaurant serves up homestyle Italian meals, such as eggplant parmesan, grilled calamari, gnocchi and lamb chops. End the evening by grabbing a few drinks at the Wallace Gastropub, which features an extensive beer and wine menu.
Other area attractions include movie theatres, art galleries, big-box retailers, grocery stores, recreation centres, parks and a public library. The Davisville subway station is just around the corner, where a train will whisk you away to the downtown core in 15 minutes. Getting around the GTA is easy too, with nearby access to Highway 401 and the Don Valley Parkway.
Many of the residences at J.Davis House will feature, room-sized terraces that expand living space by hundreds of square feet. Prices start from the low $300,000s. Register online to be among the first to know more details they become available.
For more information, visit jdavishouse.com.