Lifetime Developments Present: New owners of the site BLVD Developments and Lifetime Developments have finalized plans over the last year, and with electricity now installed on site, things are taking off. A new and exciting condo project! Featuring a 9/storey building with 118 units in total which will be located at 6 Parkwood Avenue! Approximately $650/sq. This condo will feature: tennis court, dog park, concierge, gym and a party room! Located in the developed area of Forest Hill, this project is near by grocery stores and subway! It is an exclusive and an unreleased project to which the general public does not have access to!
Cap on Levies and Development Charges: Units range in size from 430 square feet to over 2,500 square feet and start from the mid-$200,000s.
Residents will be able to enjoy suites with:
Kitchens outfitted with custom cabinetry designed byTomas Pearce in a variety of materials and colours
Composite stone countertops
Frameless glass shower stalls
Soaker tubs and plenty of other elegant finishes
• Distinguished 9-storey boutique residence of only 118 suites and 10 townhomes located in the heart of the Forest Hill neighbourhood • Residential entrance located off idyllic tree-lined Parkwood Avenue • South facing suites overlook, an 21-acre Sir Winston Park with 10 evening lit tennis courts, off-leash dog park, jogging track, ravine trails and kids playcentre • North facing suites overlook quiet private residences of Forest Hill • Five minute walk to the St. Clair West subway station; St. Clair LRT Streetcar stop located steps from front door • Five minute walk to 66,000 sq. ft. recently renovated Loblaws • Steps to Toronto’s historic Forest Hill Village which boasts quaint retail boutiques, restaurants, fitness clubs and banks • Close proximity to Canada’s most esteemed private and public schools including Forest Hill Collegiate, The Bishop Strachan School, Upper Canada College and St. Michael’s College School
For More info Contact Upper Side Real Estate (905)-597-9333
All You Need To Know About Forest Hill:
History of Forest Hill:
Forest Hill was originally implented as a village back in 1923, and later annexed by the City of Toronto in 1967. The village got its name after the summer home of John Wickson - it was previously known as Spadina Heights (a name that continued to be applied to the neighbourhood into the twentieth century).Forest Hill's original boundaries were Bathurst Street to the west, Upper Canada College to the east, Eglinton Avenue to the north, and Lonsdale Road and a portion of Montclair Avenue to the south. In 1999 Robert Fullford made a comparison between Forest Hill and Rosedale (the other traditional home of Toronto's elite). He believed that while Rosedale was a set location for half a century, Forest Hill and its presitge has been growing quickly and steadily. .' More than any other area in our central city, Forest Hill has become the main site of new and extravagant 'neo-traditional' homes built on a grand scale.
Unlike many other Torontonian neighbourhoods where interaction of people and the overall community is spread throughout, Forest Hill is unique in that a lot of its interaction is observable in clusters.
The area of Lonsdale and Spadina Road is surrounded with a collection of small independently owned stores and various services such as banking, fitness, etc. Similarly, the intersection of Eglinton Ave West and Bathurst Street is streched out and a home to many more high end retail shops. Finally, the block of Bathurst Street and St Clair Ave West is further reinforced with the establishment of a Loblaws as well as the accessibility to the subway, St Clair West Station. Even though Forest Hill is surrounded by shops, it remains to be a quite and sweet residential area!
Following, these junction of intersections have led to the development of many well known districts within the area, such as Forest Hill Village, located in the intersection between Lonsdale and Spadina Road. Secondly, the commercial strip line on Eglinton Ave West came about because of the Eglinton Ave West – Bathurst Street intersection. Lastly, there are development of low rise apartments district found along the corner of Bathurst Street and St Clair Ave West.