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When it comes to trendy Toronto neighbourhoods, east is the new west. With destinations like the Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Corktown Common, King East and Leslieville, it’s no wonder more and more people are calling the area home. Drawing inspiration from this theme, Great Gulf and Hullmark are launching a two-tower condo development aptly named home (Power + Adelaide).

Set in a vibrant neighbourhood that inspires creativity and encourages community, home (Power + Adelaide) will be a truly livable condominium. Featuring a tree-lined park at its entrance, community garden, artist workspace and useable lobby, the project promises to be unlike any other condo development in the city.

Designed by CORE Architects, the towers will be connected by a podium base with ground floor retail. The project will include 550 units, which are priced from the $300,000s. Potential buyers are encouraged to register online to receive exclusive updates on home (Power + Adelaide).

Toronto’s east end maintains a balance between commercial and residential development. Quiet neighbourhoods give way to bustling main streets lined with boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars. It’s a quick commute to downtown with the 501 Queen and 504 King streetcar lines nearby. Escaping the city is easy, too, when the Don Valley Parkway is only two minutes away.

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