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It’s a neighbourhood of richly treed streets, excellent schools and a 3.1 hectare park. Perfectly located between Toronto’s western suburbs and downtown hub, it also has an eclectic mix of stores, restaurants and services that are only a taste of what’s to come.
And at the heart of it all will be a decidedly urban and sophisticated development – Queensway Park.
Named after the park that borders it to the north, Queensway Park brings Urban Capital and Rosewater’s signature downtown style, “designed for living” features and commitment to good development to the new Queensway Village, a budding retail strip that is today being transformed into a pedestrian oriented main street with an increasingly residential vibe.
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