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A high-rise condo at Toronto
Metropolis & Parkside at Metroplace is a stunning mid-rise development in York University Heights. This 15-story building is located at 1060 Sheppard Ave W & 1 De Boers Dr, at the junction of Allen Road and Sheppard Ave.
The development has a three-story white brick pedestal and a shaded glass-encased tower rising above. The area is home to many condo buildings, all of which are similarly styled and create their own mini-neighborhood.
York University Heights is a wide area of North York, bordered to the north by Steeles Ave and to the south by Sheppard Ave W. It is interwoven with meandering residential streets and huge open spaces. Black Creek flows along the western side of the neighborhood, providing a picturesque setting for kilometers of walking routes. Downsview Park is also nearby, providing a large green space for picnics and athletic activities.
In general, homeowners will need a car or public transportation to get groceries and other daily necessities; the nearest banks and pharmacies are at least a 15-minute walk away, and Downsview Park Merchants Market & Farmers Market and No Frills are both a 5-minute drive away.
Residents at 1 De Boer enjoy easy access to public transportation, with Sheppard West Subway Station being a three-minute walk away and a multitude of local bus lines. Car owners have it easy, as Allen Road connects them to the 401 in about 5 minutes.
All suites in the building include high-end finishes, including hardwood flooring throughout the living space and tiling in the kitchens and baths. Stainless steel appliances, granite worktops, and spacious kitchen cabinets with lots of storage are standard in suites. Bathrooms are spacious and elegant, with trendy vanities and big cupboards.
529 well-appointed Toronto condominiums may be found at Metropolis & Parkside at Metroplace. Units include open concept layouts and range in size from 519 square feet for a one-bedroom condo to 1565 square feet for a three-bedroom + den home.
Residents can stroll to Bunch Of Fun Playland for delicious meals and an indoor playground for eating alternatives in a kid-friendly atmosphere. Sheppard Ave is home to a variety of eateries, ranging from high-end French dining like Le Montmartre to diners like Crave Restaurant and Bar to quick food joints like Tim Horton’s and Pizza Nova.
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