Low-rise condo in Toronto
A & Associates Architects, Inc. created the i-Zone. The construction was concluded in 2015. The three-story building contains 11 units ranging in size from 2,329 to 2,329 square feet.
A newly completed condominium property by Atria Development Corporation, located at 326 Carlaw, Toronto, in the Leslieville district, with a walk score of 96/100 and a transit score of 89/100.
Commutes through public transit or on foot are the quickest, enabling rapid access to all necessities. Residents have access to several retail enterprises. Wellesley, Gerrard, Sherbourne, and Charles streets allow access to standard retail establishments. Church Street has fashionable stores and eateries, whilst Bloor Street features expensive designer retailers.
There are several public transit choices available to commuters, including streetcars, bus lines, and metro stations. The nearest GO Train stop is Exhibition GO, which can be accessed in 14 minutes by driving. Young professionals often choose to live downtown because they can get to work, public transportation, and local attractions easily.
This city has a plethora of conveniently accessible educational institutions providing a range of degrees. Three of the region’s finest elementary and secondary institutions are Church Street Junior Public School, Heydon Park Senior School, and Greenwood Secondary School, respectively. The most prestigious postsecondary schools and colleges, such as Ryerson University and the University of Toronto, are within a 16-minute drive. Consider enrolling at some of the nation’s most prominent colleges.
The top level of this magnificent restaurant offers a breathtaking view of Yonge and Dundas Squares and Yonge Street. Residents may picnic with their significant others or stroll with their dogs in parks such as Trinity Park and Labyrinth, Larry Sefton Park, and Joseph Sheard Parkette. Ski resorts in the area will attract outdoor lovers throughout the winter. Therefore, ski boots should be carried or rented since the North York Ski Centre is just a 34-minute drive away.
i-Zone by Atria Development Corporation includes 3 stories and 104 units. Lofts often feature ceilings that are 11 feet high, hardwood flooring, and a spacious, open floor plan. Both a party area and a rooftop terrace are shared.
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.