The Terraces at Eglinton is a new townhome development within a vibrant community in east Toronto. Located along tree-lined Tisdale Avenue near Eglinton Avenue East, the project by Nascent Developments — a Markham-based developer with 30 years of experience — is situated in an area that’s in the midst of a transformation. New commercial and retail spaces, along with public transit infrastructure, are minutes away and will further enhance the neighbourhood when completed. The development also marks Nascent’s latest townhome project after recently completing Leslie Four Townhomes in Leslieville.

Only 35 units are available and the developer has recently launched its latest release of homes, so be sure to register online for the latest updates and to gain priority status.


Residents of the Terraces at Eglinton will benefit from a sought-after location between two stations along the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT. It’s only a seven-minute walk to O’Connor station at Eglinton Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue, while Sloane Station is 11 minutes away. When completed in 2021, the LRT will stretch 19 kilometres across Eglinton Avenue from Mount Dennis to Kennedy Station, with connections to 54 bus routes, various GO Transit lines and the TTC’s Line 1, 2 and 3 subway.


In addition to the new LRT station, the neighbourhood surrounding Victoria Park Avenue and Eglinton Avenue East will benefit from the Eglinton Square revitalization. The redevelopment site includes the Eglinton Square Shopping Centre (home to anchor tenants Hudson’s Bay, Metro and Shoppers Drug Mart), surface parking lots, and new residential apartments to the south. A new public piazza, street-level retail and other amenities are all part of the plan to create a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use community.


Just north of Eglinton Square, the area known as the Golden Mile is also undergoing sweeping revitalization plans. Characterized by strip malls, commercial spaces and parking lots, the Mile is a booming hub of industry that dates back to the 1950s. Plans by Giannone Petricone Architects will bring the Golden Mile into the current decade by adding public open spaces, parks and street-front retail. A new Loblaws is also planned, as are several new mid- and high-rise residential buildings.


Priced from $1,029,900, Terraces at Eglinton offers tremendous value and a rare opportunity to purchase a townhome in the city where row and condo towns only account for 16 percent of the market share in the past three years according, to the Toronto Real Estate Board. And for a limited time, homebuyers will receive $20,000 in decor upgrade dollars and two years of free maintenance on rear lane homes.


The community comprises six blocks of towns with modern brick exteriors complemented with wood-textured concrete panels that create a warm, modern interpretation of traditional townhomes.


Interior spaces range in size from 1,323 to 1,584 square feet and boast up to 10-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood floors and quartz countertops. A six-piece appliance package features a fridge, stove, dishwasher, range hood, washer and dryer.


The open-concept floorplans make entertaining a breeze, while gourmet kitchens and spacious bedrooms are perfect for growing families. Best of all, residents will have their very own rooftop terraces where they can create the outdoor oasis of their dreams. The expansive outdoor spaces come complete with horizontal wood slat dividers for privacy and beautiful city and park views. Gas barbecue bib connections are also available as an upgrade.

To learn more about the Terraces at Eglinton, visit terracesateglinton.com.

For more information, please call 416 516 7869 or email info@terracesateglintontowns.com.

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