Last month we introduced Madison Homes' new stacked townhome development at Briar Hill Avenue and Dufferin Street, Briar Hill City Towns. Located where Toronto's Fairbank and Glen Park neighbourhoods meet, the development will add 124 two and three-bedroom homes to the area, ranging in size from 709 square feet up to 1,494 square feet, and spread across six Kirkor Architects-designed buildings. Atop the four storey-tall buildings are roof terraces.

Briar Hill City Towns, Kirkor Architects, Madison Homes, TorontoRendering of Briar Hill City Towns, image courtesy of Madison Homes

Two new images of the development are giving us a more detailed look at the project's exterior finishes, while another gives us a first look at the interior of the suites themselves. Below, a head-on springtime view of Briar Hill City Towns reveals a mostly slate-gray brick exterior with warm wood accents running vertically up the elevations. The landscaped ground level features raised planters and flowering trees that will provide some privacy for residents.

Briar Hill City Towns, Kirkor Architects, Madison Homes, TorontoRendering of Briar Hill City Towns, image courtesy of Madison Homes

The new interior rendering shows off a bright living space with abundant natural light, and a playful colour scheme featuring pastel tones.

Briar Hill City Towns, Kirkor Architects, Madison Homes, TorontoRendering of suite interior at Briar Hill City Towns, image courtesy of Madison Homes

The completed development will put its residents in close proximity to nearby retail strips and employment areas, with the Beltline Trail parks just a couple blocks to the south. Dufferin buses stop right at the corner and connect the site to Yorkdale Mall to the north, and the Bloor subway line to the south. By 2021 the Dufferin station on the Crosstown LRT will be less than a kilometre south of the development, while Glencairn station on the Spadina line is now just about a kilometre to the east. For drivers, both Allen Road and the 401 are just a few minutes drive time away.

Briar Hill City Towns, Kirkor Architects, Madison Homes, TorontoRendering of Briar Hill City Towns, image courtesy of Madison Homes

Additional information and renderings can be found in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the space provided at the bottom of this page.