An eight-storey residence with sleek glass and a blend of brick surfaces will soon paint the corner of Danforth and Gledhill Avenue. Canvas Condos by Marlin Spring Developments offers prospective buyers the opportunity to buy into one of Toronto’s most up and coming neighbourhoods. With a bevy of vintage shops, family-owned bakeries, local watering holes and intimate restaurants, it’s no wonder that Danforth Village is home to some of the lowest vacancy rates and the highest year-over-year housing price increases in the GTA.
Canvas offers urban living and modern amenities at an affordable price. Open-concept condominium suites start from the mid-$200,000s and are outfitted with designer finishes and features. A number of transit options will be available to residents — the Woodbine subway station is a six minute walk away, while the Danforth GO station is 12 minutes down the road. For those who prefer to drive, access to the DVP is less than ten minutes away.
There is a Shoppers Drug Mart, Sobeys, Home Hardware and Dollarama nearby, making it easy to run daily errands. With professional services such as banks, salons, fitness studios, auto centres and animal clinics lining Danforth Avenue, you won’t have to travel far to get the help you need. Explore nearby neighbourhoods including The Beach, Leslieville and Greektown. Hike the Don Valley Parklands trail or go for a picnic at Bluffer’s Park — it’s all within reach.
Be sure to register online for the opportunity to preview and receive exclusive updates before Canvas open to the general public.