As Toronto's Downtown experiences huge amounts of infill development, so too are Toronto's sub-centres experiencing commensurate levels of development. Located just southwest of Bloor and Islington, Westwood Condos is nearing its topping off point. In close proximity to one of the city's most important suburban transit hubs, Westwood is bringing modern design elements and density to this relatively quiet central Etobicoke neighbourhood. We have recent photos of the site courtesy of Forum member drum118 from April 14th.

Westwood Condos under construction, image by drum118

The building's rare mobile crane can be seen above.

Westwood Condos under construction, image by drum118

Developed by Alterra Group, Westwood Condos is close to topping off at its final height of 6 storeys, adding 110 condo units to the area ranging in size from 392 ft² to 948 ft². Residents will be able to host overnight guests in a fully furnished main floor guest suite, while other Westwood amenities will include a roof deck set up for lounging or barbecuing, a full fitness centre, and an indoor party room.

Westwood Condos Rendering, image courtesy of Alterra

Perspective residents in this EI Richmond Architects-designed building can expect to spend between $199,990 to $499,990 for a suite in the project. There are 89 parking spots plus some guest parking built into the complex, while the proximity of Islington subway station to the project means that transit is pretty handy for those living here. Nevertheless, Westwood offers a higher ratio of parking spots to the number of units than we typically see in new buildings in the city's core.

Westwood Condos under construction, image by drum118

Westwood still has several months of work before its completion, and we will keep you updated as the building recieves its cladding in the near future. Don't forget to check out our dataBase listing below for more info, choose one of the associated Forum threads to join in on the discussion, or leave a comment on this page.

Related Companies:  Alterra Group of Companies, Milborne Group, Richmond Architects