This is a seven-storey building proposed for the south side of Kingston Road opposite where Eglinton Avenue East connects wth it… so it will be right on the proposed Crosstown East LRT. Public Consultation coming up as below…
April 5, 2016
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Scarborough Village Community Centre
The applications proposes to amend the Toronto Official Plan to redesignate the lands at 3655 Kingston Road from Neighbourhoods to Apartment Neighbourhoods and to apply appropriate zoning permissions, to enable the development of a mid-rise building with 96 residential units and 106 parking spaces to be provided in a two level underground parkade; as well as 96 bicycle parking spaces.
TORONTO, ON – Overlooking the Guild, new developer Hazelton Developments has just announced the final phase of one of the most sought-after Scarborough residences, Guildwood Condominiums. With construction targeted to commence in 2017, Hazelton Developments recently released 25 extraordinary suites, the final release in the building’s 99 stylishly appointed suites.
Ranging in size from 586 to 1,422 square feet and priced from the low $300,000’s, Guildwood offers an amazing value for people wanting to move to Toronto’s East End. This closely-knit community is an ideal fit for any homebuyer- from singles to families to empty nesters who want to embrace the lively local atmosphere.
Located off Kingston Rd. and Eglinton Ave. East, Guildwood will add to the revitilization and robust development of new chic condos being constructed from The Guild, The Bluffs and the Beaches strip Kingston Rd. Dominated by single-dwelling homes and low-rise storefronts and apartments, Guildwood- along with a host of new condo development projects and small businesses- are set to reinvigorate the incredible East End neighbourhood.
Featuring bright, open concept floorplans, suites at Guildwood include 9’ and 10’ ceiling heights, contemporary laminate flooring, and low E double pane windows. Chef-inspired kitchens are a culinary dream with the choice of granite or caesarstone countertops, oversized stainless-steel under-mount sinks, a choice of contemporary mirrored, porcelain, ceramic or glass tile counter backsplash, and stainless-steel appliances. Hazelton offers a variety of upgrades that allow you to customize you new home.
Condominium amenities abound, residents at Guildwood have full access to the exclusive Guildwood Club. The private facility features a state-of- the-art fitness centre, a luxurious lounge, a spacious party room with a fully-equipped kitchen, and a games room. Featuring views of Lake Ontario, the Guildwood Club also includes an expansive rooftop patio boasting a BBQ area with generous seating for residents to enjoy.
Guildwood Condominiums is situated in one of Toronto’s most idyllic neighbourhoods and offers a unique lifestyle experience with the area’s quiet, tree-lined streets that intersect with the bustling boulevards- each lined with cafes, shops and world-class restaurants. Directly across the way is the new Cedarbrae Mall, making daily outings easy and convenient.
From monument-laden Guild Inn Gardens to less-frequented spots such as Gates Gully and South Marine Drive Park, Guildwood is an outdoor lover’s paradise. A hidden gem in the heart of the city, residents are just short distance from The Toronto Hunt Club, Scarborough Golf Club and the Scarborough Town Centre. Neighbouring The Beaches and the majestic Scarborough Bluffs, residents will enjoy all the conveniences of Toronto’s East End.
With easy access to local transit, the GO Transit System, and the future LRT, residents at Guildwood have every city amenity right at their doorstep including the U of T, Centennial College and both Public and Separate Schools are located within close proximity.
I'm all for it being built and whatnot, though it reminds me of cheap seniors' living design, but the name and that first line in the write-up....no. It's not in Guildwood, for one and also does not overlook the Guild by a mile (slight exaggeration). Cedarbrae Mall is nowhere near here, never mind "across the street". SCC is also not close at all. The Hunt Club is also quite a ways away. Scarborough Golf and Country Club is close though, so I'll give their lying (is that slander?) marketing team that. UofT and Centennial College "at your doorstep"?
Apparently, if it's in Scarborough, it's close to this misnamed building. Cute.
"Neighbouring The Beaches and Scarborough Bluffs"?!?! Oh, ffs.
Who is that written for? Foreigners with no time to look at a map? People who will believe anything? Half-wits?
Shitty gimmicky-lie marketing. *spits in disgust*