Condo Project SummaryCelebrate every day as a happy homecoming by returning to this splendid luxury condominium located in a stylish westend Toronto community on the rise.
Reunion Crossing is a pre-construction condominium tower in Toronto’s trendy Stockyards District. Made by Diamond Kilmer Developments, this project will be a part of the Reunion Crossing Condos & Towns master-planned community located at 1800 St. Clair Avenue West.
Together with a set of five adjacent townhome, this condo looks to invigorate this community as a mixed-use complex that will reserve space for retail stores.
Reunion Crossing CondosIndicative of the intensive development that can be found all around this neighbourhood, this condo is just one of a number of local developments that stand to benefit greatly from a bevy of infrastructure initiatives that spell out long-lasting ramifications for this hot real estate property.
Nestled within a nascent neighbourhood committed to redeveloping itself, this condominium tower represents a unique opportunity for investors wanting to get in on the ground floor.
AmenitiesThe Reunion Crossing condominium stands at the southern end of a 10.6-acre compound that stretches northwards along Old Weston Road towards S.A.D.R.A Park, so named after the Silverthorn and District Ratepayers Association. The 11 storey (36.6 meters) mid-rise will contain 180 condo units, 80 of which will be one-bedroom suites and the rest reserved for two-bedrooms.
The condo’s ground floor will contain 276 square meters of indoor amenity space including a residential lobby as well as four live-work units; additionally, 439 square meters of retail space will be allocated along the building’s fronting along St. Clair Avenue West. A two-level underground garage will provide parking for the entire complex, resulting in approximately 200 residential parking spaces.
New Condominium at Stockyards DistrictA covered walkway leading out to St Clair Avenue West will lead to the interior of the master-planned community and towards townhome units. Outside, residents will have access to two large exterior children’s play areas and a scenic pedestrian spine to be situated among the complex’s 6,625 square metres of landscaped open space.
With a facade made of brick, glass, and stucco with panel highlights, this modest condo and its accompanying townhome siblings look to seamlessly blend in with its surrounding neighbours while offering its residents the best in contemporary living. As luxurious as these living accommodations are, it’s the surrounding neighbourhood that threatens to spoil residents with a trove of riches that cater to today’s urban lifestyle.