Last week, Stafford Homes' 155-unit Luxury Townhome Collection at Downsview Park launched in North York, with over 50% of the project's homes sold on opening night. Located at the southwest corner of Toronto's National Park, the 3 and 4-storey project will add sizeable homes—ranging in size from 2,235 ft² to 3,150 ft²—to a condominium market that remains dominated by much smaller units. 

The Luxury Townhomes at Downsview Park, image courtesy of Stafford Homes

Designed by Turner Fleischer Architects, the project's 155 suites are configured as 3 to 6-bedroom homes. Featuring a landscaping program by MEP Design Inc., each home includes a private backyard, as well as a small greenscaped frontage that buffers the development from the street. For each suite, terraces—accessible from living spaces and master bedrooms—offer additional outdoor spaces. 

Living spaces overlook a terrace, image courtesy of Stafford Homes

Despite their proximity to Wilson and the soon-to-open Downsview Park subway stations, each home is also provided with a stacker in its garage, allowing for two vehicles in an efficient space. Meanwhile, interior renderings show generously configured spaces, which feature 9' ceilings throughout.

Kitchen rendering, image courtesy of Stafford Homes

With prices ranging from $1.2 million, the project targets the luxury market, while providing the kind of living spaces that are typically restricted to Toronto's increasingly unaffordable single-family homes.

Bedroom rendering, image courtesy of Stafford Homes

Targeting a mid-2018 completion, this month's successful sales launch marks a notable step towards the project's realization, with construction expected to begin next year.  

Bathroom rendering, image courtesy of Stafford Homes

We will keep you updated as more information becomes available, and the start of construction nears. In the meantime, further information about the project is available via our dataBase file, linked below. Want to share your thoughts? Leave a comment in the space below, or contribute to the conversation in our associated Forum threads. 

Related Companies:  Counterpoint Engineering, Greybrook Realty Partners, McIntosh Perry, MEP Design Inc., Stafford Developments, Turner Fleischer Architects, Vortex Fire Consulting Inc.