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Hey loft lovers,

 

Wondering what new buildings we are most excited about? Check out these 5 pre-construction projects  that we cannot help ‘musing’ on!  

 

875 Queen Street East

Website: http://875queeneast.com/

Building Name: 875 Queen

Developer: Harhay Developments

Neighbourhood: Leslieville

Major Intersection: Carlaw Street & Queen Street West

About The Building:

875 Queen Street East elevates the urban experience along this bustling strip in the heart of Leslieville. It is a boutique condominium with seven storeys of loft-inspired residence overlooks lively Queen Street East and across from Jimmy Simpson Park. The building incorporates 2-storey ‘sky towns’ and all units offer high-end finishes and functional layouts. One of a select few boutique projects transforming Queen East.

Reasons Someone Will Love Leslieville:

01: You yearn for an engaging neighbourhood that holds a trendy yet mellow vibe

02: An underrated scene masked by a revitalized urban village calls your name

03: The TTC, DVP & Gardner do not scare you – as a little travel time to downtown is worth the quiet, neighbourly vibe

 

 

1181 Queen Street West

Website: http://www.skale.ca/

Building Name: 1181 Queen

Developer: SKALE

Neighbourhood: Queen West

Major Intersection: Dufferin Street & Queen Street West

About The Building:

Stake your claim in one of Toronto’s most vital communities. Vogue magazine twice named West Queen West one of the world’s coolest streets. A gateway to this extraordinary locale, 1181 Queen Street West is energy in sculpted form: a provocative and innovative symphony of metals, glass, and brick.

With only 112 units — landing a spot in this building will secure you bragging rights that are sure to last!

Reasons Someone Will Love Queen Street West:

01:  You’ll have one of the hippest Addresses in town 

02: Appreciate trendy local conveniences all set against a backdrop of charming historic buildings    

03: Want the ultimate downtown Toronto experience while having some chilled out parks at your doorstep

 

 

Wellington House

Website: http://www.wellingtonhousetoronto.com/

Building Name: Wellington House

Developer: Lamb Development Corp.

Neighbourhood: King West

Major Intersection: Portland Street & Wellington Street West

About The Building:

Located on Wellington Street West, this new project will integrate a 100+ year old Victorian mansion with a new exceptional modern tower. With only 129 units, if you land one of these you will truly be living in a piece of historic Toronto set right in between King St W & Front St W.

Reasons Someone Will Love King West:

01: ‘Peace & Quiet’ is not the top priority on your neighbourhood wish list

02: You are seeking a true ‘downtown’ Toronto Experience

03: It excites you that everything you could possibly want/need is at your fingertips!

 

 

Canary Commons – Phase 4

Website: http://www.canarydistrict.com/

Building Name: Canary Commons

Developer: Dundee Kilmer Developments

Neighbourhood: Corktown

Major Intersection: Front Street East & Cherry Street

About The Building:

Canary District Phase 4 Condominium is part of a long-awaited revitalization project that is transforming a Corktown brownfield site just east of Toronto’s Distillery District into a thriving and vibrant residential area. This 388 unit mid-rise building, part of the Canary District community, will offer stunning views and vistas of Toronto’s iconic downtown skyline and be steps away from the beautiful green Corktown Commons park.

Reasons Someone Will Love Corktown:

01: You want the feeling of a small town, with the excitement of a revitalized community and easy access to the downtown core

02: You are looking for a community to call home. Being one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Toronto, when you mingle with the people who call it home you’ll find a mix of older residents, young professionals, and families!

03: You may also love its comparison neighbourhood – Queen West, because both offer a trendy, established yet creative vibes!

 

 

260 High Park

Website: https://260highpark.com/

Building Name: Church Lofts & Residences

Developer: TRAC Developments Inc.

Neighbourhood: High Park North

Major Intersection: Annette Street & Keele Street

About The Building:

Welcome to 260 High Park Avenue, an exceptional address set in the prestigious High Park North neighbourhood. This exclusive landmark address masterfully combines the soon to be restored church with contemporary urban architecture. Select from an exquisite selection of Tribeca style lofts, modern condominiums and townhomes. The best of everything the city has to offer is just beyond your front door.

Reasons Someone Will Love High Park:

01: If you enjoy European ambience that is blanketed with a small-town feel

02: Want to be close to nature and trendy local conveniences but far enough from the core to leave work behind?

03: Appreciate classic architecture & heritage homes with a modern reno

 

 

Insider Tip! Did you know that when you purchase something that is pre-construction you get a guilt-free 10 day rescission period? This means, once you sign the contract – you’ll have 10 days to have it vetoed by a lawyer (the contracts tend to be 30+ pages), ensure your financing lines up and – if you later feel your buy was on impulse – you’ve been given the gift of a ‘return policy’ on real estate (which is rare)!

 

Thinking about buying or are curious about how the concept of pre-construction works? It can be a tricky business, but here at Muse we take an education-centric approach to buying and want to make sure that the understand the process from A to Z. Click here to read up more on buying real estate in Toronto, or get in touch with us at [email protected] to schedule a personal strategy session.

 

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