scoop-compressed-compressed Millennial home buyers want urban living without the exuberant prices of downtown — but these opportunities are far and few between in Toronto’s hot housing market. West St. Clair West is one of the few remaining affordable neighbourhoods in the city with easy access to transit and amenities. Graywood is tapping into a need for further residential development in the community with SCOOP Condos, a six-storey midrise with a contemporary aesthetic.

The building was designed by Daniel Cowling of SMV Architects to blend seamlessly into the streetscape. Its height slopes to three-storeys along Osler Street to respect the character of the tree-lined corridor. TACT Design conceptualized SCOOP’s interiors, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for residents.

The lobby features a wood palette with brass textures, glossy black walls and recessed lighting. The amenity area boasts a library, fully-equipped formal space and a shared courtyard with community gardens.

SCOOP will include 72 thoughtfully-designed suites, ranging from 550 to 1,200 square feet. Every unit has a balcony or terrace, and layouts feature one or two bedrooms. Prices start from the $200,000s.

West St. Clair West is on the rise, dotted with new restaurants, cafes, boutiques, art galleries and businesses. The 512 streetcar is practically at your doorstep and will connect you to the St. Clair West subway station in minutes. There are plenty of nearby schools, parks and big-box retailers, making it a great area for young families. Explore Corso Italia, Wychwood Barns or the Junction  — they’re just a short walk or TTC ride away.

The SCOOP Condos sales centre is opening soon at 1791 St. Clair West. In the meantime, you can stay up to date with the project by registering here.

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