High-Rise condos & Townhouse in Toronto
28 Eastern, inspired by life in all of its exciting diversity, will show you that the future is bright, and it all starts here!
This condominium and townhouse project was developed by Alterra, an award-winning land developer that strives to create communities that flourish rather than just condominiums. This project is currently under construction and is situated at 28 Eastern Avenue in Toronto, ON. It is expected to be finished in 2024.
This stunning new project development will stand 12 stories tall and will feature 379 units with ceiling heights up to 9′ 0″. The floor plan will offer a one-to-four-bedroom layout. Teeple Architects Inc., a reputable firm with a reputation for innovative design and great service, handled the architectural aspects of this project. The interior design for this building was curated by Truong Ly Design Inc., a firm dedicated to creating engaging and inspiring interior spaces.
28 Eastern is in Toronto’s Moss Park neighbourhood and has a walk score of 89 out of 100, indicating that most tasks can be completed without the use of a car. As shown on the City of Toronto map, Moss Park is an L-shaped neighbourhood with a lot of public housing. Moss Park is one of Toronto’s largest and most diversified neighbourhoods, with several lifestyle amenities nearby, including commercial establishments, trendy restaurants, cafes, churches, hospitals, museums, bars, pubs, retail malls, and many more.
For outdoorsy types, 28 Eastern has a lot to offer in terms of outdoor activities that will undoubtedly strengthen the bonds between families and friends. This neighbourhood is well-known for its several parks, including Sumach-Shuter Parkette, Moss Park, and Oak Street Park.
This community has earned an impressive transit score of 92 out of 100, suggesting that there are many public transportation options in the area. The property is accessible by both the King Streetcar, which travels all the way downtown and the Cherry Streetcar, which will take you directly into the Distillery District. Subway stations are available within 5–10 minutes of driving, such as Queen, King, and Dundas.
For those travelling by car, the site also gives easy access to the Don Valley Parkway and Lakeshore Boulevard.
Young families looking to settle down in a popular and conveniently accessible community may find the region enticing. This site is home to numerous primary and secondary schools, including Nelson Mandela Park Public School, Inglenook Community School, and SEED Alternative School, among others.
Northeastern University-Toronto and Ryerson University are both less than a nine-minute drive away for students pursuing post-secondary education.