Since the establishment of the greenbelt around Toronto's neighbouring suburban cities and towns, established neighbourhoods and shopping streets all across the old city are revitalizing as reinvestment flows inwards. With traffic reaching intolerable levels in the GTA, more than ever people are paying attention to the length of their commute to work. Finding a new home in the city doesn't just mean less time to get to jobs in the core, it all means that the quirky retail and trendy restaurants and cafes that are popping up everywhere are only a short walk away.
On Ossington Avenue, just north of Dupont, Dunpar Homes' The Ossington Luxury Townhomes is offering a collection of 54 three-storey townhouses ranging in size between 1,500 and 2,000 square-feet and starting in price from the low $800,000s. The Ossington Luxury Townhomes will put residents within walking distance of many of Toronto's most culturally significant neighbourhoods, including Little Italy on College, Hillcrest and Wychwood Villages, Corso Italia on St. Clair, The Annex on Bloor and of course very trendy Ossington Village. A recent blog post on The Ossington Luxury Townhomes' website specifically highlights some of the best retail and dining options in the rising Bloorcourt neighbourhood nearby.
While cultural offerings like dining and shopping go a long way for residents looking to get the most out of their community, features like private rooftop patios will help residents to appreciate the city beyond their neighbourhood right from the comfort of their new home. The rendering included below gives us an idea of the panoramic skyline views residents will be treated to from private rooftop terraces here.
Those interested in purchasing a home in the city can book an appointment to visit the Ossington Luxury Townhomes sales centre at 1145 Ossington Avenue from Monday to Friday, or can simply drop in on Saturdays and Sundays between 12 and 5 pm.
Additional information can be found in the Ossington Luxury Townhomes dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or voice your opinion in the comments section provided at the bottom of this page.