New Toronto condo launches in 2014 have been met with robust sales, and in the midst of growing confidence in the market, more projects are opening to the public. In Scarborough especially, condominium developments are not just reshaping the physical landscape of the area, but also the demographics and property values. Suites in the $150k-200k are unheard of in Downtown Toronto, but in Scarborough, condominium living is remarkably affordable in comparison. At the southeast corner of Markham Road and Ellesmere, Lash Group Of CompaniesME Living Condos is a great example of that with a selection of spacious suites.

ME Living Condos, Lash Group of Companies, Turner Fleischer ArchitectsAerial Rendering of ME Living Condos

The Turner Fleischer Architects-designed community will consist of four buildings, standing at 24, 24, 16 and 12-storeys, plus a row of townhomes, all housing 640 condominium units as well as 146 rental apartment units. The development will also provide new shops surrounding a central courtyard with a pond that will double as a skating area during winter months. Lash Group has worked closely with the residents and City Councillor's office of Ward 38 on this project, which is set to add a $1 million park to the community.

ME Living Condos, Lash Group of Companies, Turner Fleischer ArchitectsRendering of street level retail at ME Living Condos

With ME’s launch only a few days away, Lash Group is gearing up for the Grand Opening of ME Condos’ glass-exterior Presentation Centre at 1151 Markham Road this Saturday, February 22 at 1 p.m.  Potential purchasers interested in attending the event should head over to MeLiving.ca to register for their invite. In recognition of his contribution the project’s planning and integration into the community, Toronto Ward 38 Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker will be on hand for the event.

ME Living Condos, Lash Group of Companies, Turner Fleischer ArchitectsRendering of courtyard at ME Living Condos

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