New density is being proposed in several neighbourhoods along the path of the under-construction Crosstown LRT, and while high-density towers have become increasingly common in Midtown Toronto over the past several years, traditional forms of family-housing are also experiencing a surge in demand. Richmond Hill-based developer Impressions Group aims to satisfy a little of this demand with a new townhome development in the sought-after Leaside neighbourhood.
Being marketed as 'The Brownstones of Leaside', the Peter Higgins Architect Inc.-designed project is offering eight four-storey townhomes, coming in 3 and 4-bedroom models with sizes of up to 2,900 ft² and prices starting at $1.5 million. The development would rise at the corner of McRae and Sutherland, a short distance west of Laird Drive, from a site currently occupied by an auto service centre, on a mixed-use block containing residential and commercial uses.
Residents of the eight homes will have access to private rooftop patio spaces, perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining guests. A rendering of a private rooftop patio space depicts wood finishes and panoramic skyline views over Leaside's trees.
We will be sure to return with new information as additional details about the project emerge.
In the meanwhile, additional information and renderings can be found in the project's dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the field provided at the bottom of this page.
|Related Companies:||Impressions Group, McOuat Partnership, Peter Higgins Architect Inc., PSR Brokerage|