Elevate at Logan Towns is a 41-unit residence coming soon to east Toronto’s Riverdale neighborhood. The boutique condominium by Kaleido Development comprises a limited collection of stacked towns with spacious interiors, sleek finishes and the latest smart home technology.
The project is already under construction, but there’s still a variety of layouts to choose from, so be sure to register online or make an appointment to visit the presentation centre at 2-595 Cityview Boulevard in Vaughan.
A coveted location in Toronto’s east end, Riverdale and neighbouring Leslieville are home to trendy restaurants, a vibrant arts scene, great nightlife, charming shops and family-friendly parks. The area’s mix of local amenities caters to all ages and demographics, from young families to empty nesters. Riverdale Park, for example, is just a short walk west and is often packed with families and friends watching the sunset over the city skyline.
Ideal for commuters, the area offers convenient access to public transit including the nearby Dundas Street streetcar line. Plus, just east of the development at Gerrard Street and Carlaw Avenue is the site of a planned transit hub that will be part of the Ontario Line and GO expansion projects by Metrolinx.
Designed by SRN Architects, Elevate Towns boasts a contemporary exterior profile clad in classic red brick, warehouse-style windows and glass balconies with aluminum railings. Lush landscaping surrounds the building and is paired with illuminated walkways that add a soft, warm glow. At the top of the building, residents can enjoy an outdoor amenity space complete with plants, lounge seating and a barbecue area.
Eliminating the need for street parking, the development features secure underground elevator parking. Elevate is one of the city’s first residential projects to incorporate this innovative car elevator system. Those who don’t have a car can make use of the onsite autoshare service or store their bicycle in the available lockers.
Priced from $1,065,000, the suites at Elevate sport open-concept layouts that maximize space, light and functionality. Stacked towns are designed with units stacked vertically on top of each other, combining the privacy of a house with the community-oriented features of a condominium.
Standard finishes include nine-foot ceilings, wide-plank laminate floors, and luxurious bathrooms with soaker tubs (as per plan). Kitchens are fully-equipped with designer soft-close cabinets and drawers, quartz countertops, and a stainless steel appliance package consisting of a refrigerator, gas cooktop, wall oven, exhaust hood fan and dishwasher.
Residents will also benefit from thoughtful smart home technologies and amenities, including a Lutron-caseta smart bridge for lighting, Google Home Mini, smart thermostat, electric car charging stations and a drone pad for future deliveries.