Keewatin Towns is a luxury collection of 36 high-end, modern townhomes located at Mt. Pleasant and Eglinton. Each has its own sprawling outdoor space, with either a private terrace or backyard. This is living sophisticated by design – every space, every detail, created with artistic intention.
Located in the Mount Pleasant East neighbourhood in Mid-town Toronto
10-minute walk to the Eglinton Subway Station
10-minute walk to the Yonge Eglinton Centre
Short commute to Downtown Toronto
Close access to HWY 400 and HWY 401
Surround by shops, restaurants and schools
Nearby parks include Sherwood Park, St. Clements-Yonge Parkette and Lytton Park
Keewatin Towns is located at 214 Keewatin Avenue in Mid-town Toronto. The town is situated at Mount Pleasant Road and Eglinton Avenue East. Residents of Keewatin Towns are within walking distance to three major and popular streets in the city, Yonge Street, Mount Pleasant Road, and Eglinton Avenue East. These streets offer amazing lifestyle amenities for residents including dining, shopping, and entertainment options to enjoy. Yonge Eglinton Centre is just within 10-minute walk from the development and offer plenty of retail shops, services, dining, and entertainment options.
Keewatin Towns has a good transportation network. Residents are easily access TTC bus service just few steps away. The Weston GO Station and Lawrence West Subway Station are just within short drive, allowing riders to arrive downtown Toronto in about 15-mintue. Also, the development is close to the future Crosstown LRT. Furthermore, the location is connecting to Highway 400 and Highway 401, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major cities across GTA.
Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. Keewatin Towns is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as John Fisher Junior Public School, Northern Secondary School, North Toronto Collegiate Institute, St. Clements School and Eglinton Junior Public School are just easily accessible. Also, for post-secondary education, George Brown College is just 14-minute drive from development.
In addition, for families love outdoor activities, Keewatin Towns is close to Amesbury Park, High Park and the Westview and Upwood Greenbelts are protected pieces of land within the city and offer tranquil ravines and peaceful walking trails to explore.
Keewatin Towns will be a collection 4-storey of 36 units stacked townhomes . Units will be a mix of two-bedroom layout, two-bedroom layout and three-bedroom layout for selection. Units will range from 1,500 square feet up to 3,000 square feet.
Keewatin Towns will offer high-end features and finishes to create an all-around luxury living space. There will be 64 parking spaces for residents and vistores. This development will have a modern architectural design. It will be covered in all-white brick with wood cladding to add different textures and elements to the exterior. Large floor-to-ceiling windows will be placed on every level.
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Freed Developments is a firm who largely made their name reimagining parts of King Street West in downtown Toronto. Now their sleek, innovative condominium communities can be found all over the city, with several gracing the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. Freed believes one should be able to live, work and play in their neighbourhood, and as such, sets out to develop condominiums that are as much lifestyle hubs as they are places of residence.
Trolleybus Urban Development Inc is a real estate development firm that specializes in the acquisition of properties for the purpose of redevelopment into residential and mixed-use projects. This award-winning firm is dedicated to working hard at finding solutions and ensuring the viability of each project for all stakeholders involved. More communities by the Trolleybus team consist of George Condos and Towns in downtown Toronto as well as 150 & 155 Redpath in the city’s Midtown neighbourhood.