Greenwich Village Towns

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Townhouse in Toronto

847 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, ON

Call Greenwich Village Towns home and enjoy the convenience of being in a peaceful neighbourhood while living close to Toronto’s bustling and exciting west side.

Greenwich Village Towns is a townhouse development designed by SRN Architects for famous developer Crown Communities, situated at 847 Sheppard Avenue West in Toronto, ON. It is expected to be completed in February 2022.

The development features 153 7-storey towns and stacked towns, retail and commercial units, and 182 parking spaces. Units range in size from 450 to 2150 square feet and come in a variety of layouts and floorplans.

This stunning property has everything you could wish for in a lavish lifestyle—and more!


Pricing & Fees

  • Est. Maintenance $0.15 / sq ft / month
  • Locker Maintenance $8.59 / month
  • Parking Maintenance $29.99 / month
  • Est. Property tax 0.61% of the price / year

Deposit Structure

  • Total Min. Deposit 20%
  • Deposit Notes
  • $10,000 at Signing Balance to 5% in 30 days 5% in 180 days 5% in 400 days 5% at Occupancy

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Crown Communities’ Greenwich Village Towns are located at 847 Sheppard Avenue West in Toronto’s Clanton Park district, with a walk score of 57 and a transit score of 86.

This ideal development is located in a family-friendly neighbourhood and offers all of the features and conveniences that a modern resident needs, with all of the basic amenities and requirements only around the corner. In terms of shopping, Yorkdale Shopping Mall is an upscale shopping centre just a few stops from the neighborhood’s central Sheppard West station.

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Greenwich Village Towns is a well-linked address that provides convenient transit access for all. Residents can walk to Sheppard West Subway Station in only 10 minutes, making this location ideal for anybody who relies on public transportation.

Greenwich Village motorists will appreciate living near Allen Road, which connects them to the 401.


This is also a breakthrough for students who will be able to live in a townhouse with friends. After all, all universities are easily accessible from the site. Students would not have to worry about missing classes because access to the subway provides smooth transport to the city’s main universities, including but not limited to Ryerson University and the University of Toronto, all of which are connected to the line.

Notably, York University is only a few stations away. Such proximity to institutions also allows students to work on campus.

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Crown Communities


Crown Communities is a modern development firm that fuses the newest design trends with time-honoured architectural styles. It was founded by Adam Taverna in 2016. Every site is carefully chosen to put individuals in touch with the varied cultures and places they desire to be. Living comfortably within the dynamic metropolitan landscape is effortlessly integrated by harmonious living areas, thoughtful details, and contemporary utilities. Exceptionally well-designed interiors and fine craftsmanship enhance the experience for expanding families and expanding communities, creating high-quality areas with space to flourish.
Crown Communities has fought its way into the premier league of home builders for almost 20 years. When times got rough, other firms didn’t stick by their homes, but Crown Communities emphasized the importance of building homes correctly from the start. Their operations cover all facets of the development process, including site acquisition, zoning, design, sales, building, and customer support, with a concentration on creating mixed-use residential condominiums and master-planned communities. Each member of their team shares their passion for producing a high degree of quality while working with top-tier architects, interior designers, engineers, and craftspeople.
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