High-rise condo in Toronto
This dull part of Scarborough will soon have a lot more life and variety thanks to a new condo complex.
Atria Development Corporation‘s 3431 St. Clair Avenue East Condos is a new mixed-use high-rise condominium in Toronto. This 16-story pre-construction project is situated at 3431 St. Clair Ave. E, near the southwest corner of St. Clair Avenue East and Birchmount Road in the expanding Scarborough Junction community. This project will have residential, retail, and amenity space to make condo living the best it can be in a family-friendly, transit-oriented area surrounded by beautiful nature.
The condos at 3431 St. Clair Avenue East are situated in a family-friendly neighborhood that is becoming more interconnected. This property is located in Scarborough Junction, a residential neighborhood with mostly low-rise homes that is well-served by quick, local, and regional transportation. A condo in this burgeoning area is certain to be a great investment.
This condo’s closeness to and ease of access to public transit is one of its primary advantages. St. Clair Avenue and Birchmount Road are well served by TTC lines that link commuters to other transportation alternatives, like the subway and GO Transit. Within minutes, people may take the TTC or walk to Warden Station, where they can access Line 2 (BLOOR-DANFORTH). In addition, the Scarborough GO rail station is situated roughly 1.3 kilometers east of the subject property, making it accessible by bus in four minutes or on foot in less than twenty minutes. The GO station offers convenient access to Union Station for downtown workers and goes to Oshawa in less than 25 minutes.
A number of elementary and secondary institutions, including General Mercer Junior Public School, Loretto College School, and Yorkdale Secondary School, are within a few minutes’ drive of the neighborhood. In addition, both the University of Toronto-St. George Campus and International Business University-IBU Toronto are a 19-minute drive from St. Clair Gardens, making it an ideal option for living on campus.
This neighborhood’s closeness to the Scarborough Bluffs is an additional aspect that makes it attractive. Atop the bluffs and hiking paths, you may enjoy one of the city’s most breathtaking vistas in less than ten minutes. Due in great part to its natural beauty, this is a favorite wedding location and a massive tourist attraction. Scarborough Junction is a diversified and family-friendly hamlet located just north of the stunning Scarborough Bluffs shoreline. Every year, the transportation, retail, and job opportunities in this beautiful neighborhood keep getting better. This makes it a great place to invest, especially for people who want to live in a convenient and popular area.
The 388 residential units at 3431 St. Clair Avenue East Condos will range from studios to three-bedroom flats, making them appropriate for individuals and expanding families. There will be 19 studio homes, 205 one-bedroom units, 117 two-bedroom units, and 47 three-bedroom units. The first phase of the construction will have nine ground-level townhouses in the western section of the building, occupying the building’s first two floors and offering purchasers a variety of unit choices.
There are seven apartments with two bedrooms and two units with three bedrooms in these townhouses. The ambitious construction will also have 4,452 square feet of retail space on the bottom floor’s eastern corner facing St. Clair Avenue East. In terms of building facilities, a 615-square-foot business center will be constructed next to the building’s main lobby entrance and will be available for use by tenants who work from home and need a peaceful and professional working place. The bottom level will also include great inside facilities, such as guest bike storage lockers and a dog wash station, ideal for cleaning your pet after a stroll.
Over the last 35 years, Atria Development Corporation has renovated residential, commercial, and industrial properties across the Greater Toronto Area, especially in the eastern downtown core of Toronto. One of their goals is to convert abandoned buildings into inexpensive studio lofts for artists, photographers, and film industry professionals. They have an illustrious history of rehabilitating abandoned buildings and locales.