High-Rise Condo & Townhouse in Toronto
AKRA Living is an upcoming condominium development by Curated Properties set to be located at 109 Erskine Avenue in Toronto. Currently in the early pre-construction phase, the property is anticipated to be completed by July, 2025. The 22 stories will contain a total of 178 fully-furnished suites featuring modern amenities of the time.
The available units range in sizes from 407 to 1480 SqFt promising suitability for small and large families. The prices start from $675,900.
Thanks to its prime location, AKRA Living will enjoy the best of city-facilities. Important spots such as stores, malls, hospitals, and stations are all just a stone’s throw away.
Families will love to explore the area as there are several world-famous public attractions nearby. All in all, there is everything to love. Let’s have a deeper look into the neighborhood with the help of some specific points.
As an AKRA Living resident, you will find getting around the city absolutely effortless. A number of metro stations includin Eglinton and Lawrence are less than 10 minutes away.
In addition, Toronto Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport are both just 23 minutes away.
AKRA Living is surrounded by a number of reputable ed-institutions that promise to deliver quality education to students from all different streams.
Whether it’s a kindergarten kid or a university student, the area is ideal to receive education. University of Toronto and IBU Toronto are just minutes away.
Curated Properties is a development company that has been building design-inspired excellence since 1987 and prides itself on improving wellness through the innovative design of boutique residential development in Toronto, Ontario.
Over the years, Curated Properties has been a recipient of several prestigious awards including BILD winner for best condo project of 2018 the Plant Queen West, Edition/Richmond wins two BILD Awards, including Project of the Year – Low Rise, and BILD winner for best sales office large, The Plant 2018. ——– Source: Curated Properties