Located near Warden Avenue and Eglinton Avenue East, WE26 is an enclave of 26 single-family detached homes coming soon to Scarborough’s sought-after Golden Mile. The community by Insoho Developments launched last year and is now over 70 percent sold, attracting prospective homebuyers with its excellent location and incredible value.

“The opportunity to buy a detached home in a new subdivision in the heart of the city is extremely rare,” said Ron Herczeg, President of Insoho Developments, in an interview with the Toronto Star.


Residents of WE26 benefit from an ideal location within the Golden Mile. This area is known for its variety of local amenities including shopping centres, restaurants, commercial spaces and offices. Even more amenities are expected to pop up along the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT line when it opens in 2022. The LRT will allow commuters to get from their homes to Yonge and Eglinton in only 20 minutes.

While the development is close to the action, it’s set in a quiet residential area with nearby schools, including Centennial College, parks and small forested areas, which are ideal for dog-walking. Also within proximity is the much-anticipated Meadoway, a 16-kilometer linear urban park that will allow residents to bicycle or walk west into the heart of Toronto or east to Rouge National Park.


The three-storey homes feature spacious, four-bedroom floorplans that are perfect for growing families. Main floors boast open-concept layouts with powder rooms, dens, expansive great rooms, and gourmet kitchens with breakfast bar islands that open into the dining and living areas. Home designs feature three generously-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and a laundry room on the second floor, while luxury master retreats take up the third storey. These come complete with large walk-in closets and ensuites with double-sink vanities and freestanding oval tubs.


Exteriors add a modern touch to the neighbourhood with sleek architecture by the renowned Turner Fleischer Architects. The designs feature contemporary facades characterized by brick cladding, large windows and integrated garages. Soaring rooflines not only create a grand streetscape, but also reflect the sun’s rays, decreasing energy costs and mitigating the impact of heat in the surrounding environment.


Construction at WE26 is underway and the first occupancies are scheduled for early 2021. Be sure to register online for the latest updates and visit the presentation centre at 30 Bertrand Avenue. Hours are Monday from 4pm to 6:30pm, Tuesday to Friday by appointment, and weekends from 11am to 5pm.

For more information, call 416 901 0833 or email sales@we26.ca.

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