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423 Old Weston Road, York, ON, Canada

 
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Builder

Diamond Kilmer Developments

completion

Completion

TBD

storeys

Storeys

11

units

Units

180

transit-score

Transit Score

93

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Walk Score

81

About Diamond Kilmer

The two founders of Diamond Kilmer Developments are Eph Diamond and Larry Tanenbaum. They started the company after becoming friends and sharing their interests as builders and promoters of Toronto. Both founders share a belief in integrity, quality and innovation leading to success. Their values are still integrated in the...
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A LUXURIOUS NEW DEVELOPMENT

Entering the stylish west-end community in Toronto is the brand new luxurious development called Reunion Crossing Condos and Urban Towns. This project, currently in pre-construction, will be part of a master-planned community situated at 1800 St. Clair Avenue West. The mixed-use development will consist of 1 condo tower and 5 adjacent townhomes, combined with space for retail stores. Reunion Crossing will be nestled in a growing neighbourhood that’s currently redeveloping and always getting better. The stunning look of this condo will be brought to you by the use of brick, glass, stucco and panel highlights, unifying beautifully with its neighbourhood! Investors will love the opportunity to be in on this brand-new complex!

 

REUNION CROSSING CONDOS & URBAN TOWNS

The condominium will include 180 units, consisting of 80 one-bedroom suites and 100 2-bedrooms. Ground floor will be reserved for indoor amenity space containing the lobby, 4 live-work units and retail space. An underground garage with 2 levels and 200 parking spaces will be provided to the entire complex. This development is a great investment for families since they will have access to 2 large outdoor play places and a scenic pedestrian walkway.

 

A COMMUTERS PARADISE

Reunion Crossing will be located in an area with multiple infrastructure initiatives that will soon fill the neighbourhood with an endless supply of public transit, making it a perfect place to live for those who commute by transit. The main form of transit currently in this neighbourhood is the TTC streetcars, where people hop on to take a 14-minute ride to the Dundas West Subway Station or the Bloor GO Train Station. Getting to Downtown Toronto will be always be easy! In 2021, the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit will provide service in this area as well. On top of that, a future GO train station will be situated near the corner of St. Clair and Keele providing service to the Kitchener and Barrie lines. This is a commuter’s paradise!

For residents who commute by car, you can reach Allen Road in 18-minutes, Highway 401 in 20 minutes, and the Queensway in 20 minutes.

 

WALKING WITH EASE

If travelling by foot is your preference, then this is the perfect neighbourhood for you! Located down St. Clair Avenue West and Keele Street are an assortment of boutiques, restaurants, banks, beauty shops, the LCBO, Beer Store, and comfortable coffee shops. Further down, there’s the Galleria Shopping Centre with cute Italian cafes, bakeries and gelato joints. Only 7-minutes from Reunion Crossing are some retail stores including Best Buy, Canadian Tire, and The Home Depot. For all your grocery needs, Tavora Foods and Loblaws is a short distance away.

 

A CONVENIENT NEIGHBOURHOOD

Families with children can feel confident in the high-end educational institutions such as Charles Sauriol Elementary School, Harwood Public School, Rockcliffe Middle School and George Harvey Institute. The condominium is surrounded by an abundance of greenery and skating rinks with a number of local parks such as Maple Claire Park and Wadsworth Park. Medical needs are easily accommodated with The Runnymede Healthcare Centre located south of the condominium.

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