Located along the St. Clair streetcar line at the crossroads of three top Toronto neighbourhoods, Reunion Crossing Condos & Urban Towns offers a convenient urban lifestyle opportunity within a sought-after part of the City. The 11-storey condominium by Diamond Kilmer Developments is scheduled to launch sales this spring and prospective homebuyers can register online now to receive priority status and the latest updates.
Designed by Giannone Petricone Associates Inc., Reunion Crossing features a dynamic and contemporary exterior design consisting of two distinct volumes. The lower section is highlighted by a loft-inspired brick façade, inset balconies and attractive ground level retail, while the upper portion boasts sleek glass panels and a slanted roof, giving it extra architectural appeal from street level.
The interiors are by the award-winning design firm Patton Design Studio and feature spacious, thoughtfully-designed suites and innovative amenities. Available homes are well-priced from the $380,000s and range in size from 425 square feet to 1,317 square feet. Amenities include an inviting lobby with workspaces and lounge seating, a landscaped courtyard with barbecues and dining spaces, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre with TRX training equipment. Other amenities include an outdoor kids’ play section and a unique Urban Garage that comes complete with a bike repair station, workbench and a kids’ crafting area.
The development also offers a modern collection of two-storey urban towns with open-concept floorplans, exclusive rooftop patios and sunken terraces. Plus, residents of the townhomes will have access to all the amenities within the condominium next door.
Of course, even more amenities are just minutes away with the best of The Stockyards, The Junction and Corso Italia right outside the doors. Considered Toronto’s second “Little Italy” outside of College Street, Corso Italia offers countless cafes, clothing shops, restaurants, bakeries and gelaterias like La Paloma at St. Clair Avenue West and Lansdowne Avenue.
A relaxing stroll south of Reunion Crossing finds you in the heart of one of the city’s hippest neighbourhoods. Whether you’re catching up with a pal in one the area’s cozy espresso bars or browsing the handcrafted Scandinavian and Japanese design treasures at Mjölk, The Junction is packed with exciting venues to explore.
And then there’s The Stockyards — home to some of the best retail shopping in Toronto. In addition to the 50-plus shops and restaurants of Stock Yards Village Shopping Centre, there’s also a Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Rona, Walmart, Best Buy, LCBO and Metro all within walking distance of Reunion Crossing.
To learn more about Reunion Crossing, be sure to register online at reunioncrossing.ca.
For more information visit reunioncrossing.ca or call 416 342 5436.