Courcelette Condo

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High-Rise Condo in Toronto

1161 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON

The neighborhood of Birch Cliff in Scarborough will soon be home to an enchanting new condo.

Windmill Building Group Ltd‘s Courcelette Condos is a new mixed-use mid-rise condo development in Scarborough. This pre-construction project is situated at 1161 Kingston, close to Victoria Park Avenue and Kingston Road in the Birch Cliff district in the city’s southwest region.

Pricing & Fees

  • Prices - Available Units: From $685,800 to $1,795,800
  • C.C / Maint: $0.70 Per SqFt per Month
  • Cost to Purchase Parking: $79,000.00
  • Average Price per Sqft: $1227 per SqFt

Incentives

Deposit Structure

  • $10,000 with offer
  • Balance to 5% 30 days
  • 5% 90 in days
  • 5% 270 in days
  • 5% on occupancy

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Highlights

Neighborhood

The Courcelette Condominiums will be located in the Birch Cliff neighbourhood in Toronto’s eastern region. It is a hidden treasure that stretches along the shoreline of Lake Ontario over the western portion of the Scarborough Bluffs in the southwest of Scarborough. This area is well-known for its closeness to the beach and views of the waterfront. In addition, the property is well serviced by public transit, conveniently accessible, and bordered by other rural amenities.

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Transportation

The 302 bus that serves Kingston Road and Victoria Park is just a few meters away, making commuting from this location quite simple. Commuters using this route may reach Victoria Park station by bus in less than 10 minutes, providing a direct connection to downtown Toronto. In addition, the 503 Kingston Road is just six minutes away and provides access to other main routes in the region. Kingston Road, which connects to the Gardiner Expressway, Lakeshore Boulevard, and Don Valley Parkway, allows motorists to reach the heart of Toronto in fifteen minutes.

Education

Due to the condo’s proximity to several parks, schools, and recreational facilities, it will be an ideal place to raise a family. Blantyre Park, Lynndale Park, and Madelaine Park are a few of the parks in the neighbourhood. In addition, the Toronto Hunt Club is less than five minutes away by car.

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Outdoors

This location has a very high walkability score since it is in close proximity to numerous daily necessities. Residents have access to Starbucks, The Beer Store, Tim Hortons, and more within less than four minutes’ walking distance. In close proximity are also a dental office, pet shops, and local eateries. This condo’s location is great for first-time purchasers and those planning to start a family.

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Amenities

Courcelette Condominiums will offer retail and residential areas to complement the community’s transformation. There will be 56 apartments with 31 one-bedroom, 21 two-bedroom, and 4 three-bedroom floor plans. The average size of the residences will be between 570 and 1,076 square feet, and each unit is anticipated to have an own balcony or patio.

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The 8-story apartment will reach a height of 27.7 meters and have a total gross floor space of 54,551 square feet. We anticipate a local business to occupy the approximately 2,379 square feet of retail space designated for the bottom level. The project reserves interior amenity space on the seventh story; here, we may anticipate that the condo would have recreational amenities and an accessible terrace for its occupants. In addition, the condo will provide 38 vehicle parking spots (37 residential and 1 car sharing) and 50 bicycle parking spaces on two subterranean floors. The intended vehicular entrance is from Courcelette Road.

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Developer

Windmill aspires to revolutionize how people construct and live. Jonathan Westeinde and a group of like-minded practitioners and intellectuals established Windmill Developments in 2003. Like a tech startup, Windmill intended to challenge the status quo. Their team thought that real estate development was ripe for innovation and had the perfect chance to make a significant difference in the battle against climate change. They continue to believe this, but their thinking has developed. They are not only seeking improvement. Their goal is One Planet Living, which entails co-creating regenerative communities. Communities in which people and environment coexist in harmony and mutual benefit.

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