Lawrence Hill Urban Towns

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Townhouse in Toronto

75 Curlew Drive, Toronto, ON

A remarkable balance of contemporary architecture and surrounding amenities makes every day at Lawrence Hill Urban Towns memorable.

This new low-rise townhome development, which is surrounded by sophistication, will be created by Kingdom Developments, one of the most well-known land developers dedicated to constructing better communities that deliver better life experiences. The structure is still in the planning stages at 75 Curlew Drive in Toronto, ON, and is scheduled to be completed in 2024.

Lawrence Hill Urban Towns will be 4 stories tall, with 220 well-designed flats ranging in size from 781 to 1,141 square feet. The floor plan will include a combination of two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts, with a ceiling height of 9’0″, providing a more spacious environment. The IBI Group will lead the architectural component of this project, while Tomas Pearce will create the interior design.

Each beautifully constructed Toronto townhouse for sale will start at $1,099,900.

Pricing & Fees

  • Est. Maintenance $0.19 / sq ft / month
  • Locker Maintenance $19.95 / month
  • Parking Maintenance $49.95 / month

Deposit Structure

  • Garden Suites Deposit Structure: $10,000 On Signing
  • Balance to 5% in 30 Days
  • Balance to 5% in 30 Days
  • 5% in 90 Days
  • 5% in 540 Days
  • 5% 30 days before Occupancy
  • 3 Bedroom Private Rooftop Terrace Deposit Structure:
  • $10,000 On Signing
  • Balance to 5% in 30 Days
  • 5% in 150 Days
  • 10% on Occupancy

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Highlights

Floor Plans

Neighborhood

Lawrence Hill Urban Towns is located in Toronto’s Parkwoods-Donalda neighbourhood. It is a sprawling community located just south of Ontario Highway 401, west of Victoria Park Avenue, north of Lawrence Avenue East, and east of the Don Valley Parkway. The Ontario Science Centre is a popular tourist destination in the area. It is an interactive science and technology museum with touring performances and an IMAX theatre.

This inviting neighbourhood boasts a walkable community with various urban conveniences nearby. Residents may walk to shopping centers, banks, excellent restaurants, cafes, lively nightlife, and entertainment venues.

Don Mills subway station-min

Transportation

This is a transit-friendly location that is served by four bus lines and has bus stations nearby. Commuters can use the nearby subway stations of Lawrence East, Ellesmere, and Don Mills, which are all less than a 13-minute drive away. Not only that but there are GO train stations nearby, including Agincourt GO and Scarborough GO, which are both less than a 19-minute drive away.

Drivers can also connect to neighbouring major thoroughfares such as the DVP and Highway 401. Residents who need to fly can get to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in approximately 17 minutes.

Education

Another factor that contributes to the family-friendliness of this neighbourhood is its proximity to elementary and secondary schooling options. Victoria Village Public School, Senator O’Connor College School, and Westfield Secondary School are all within driving distance and provide an outstanding education.

Post-secondary students can continue their education at nearby universities and colleges offering the educational assistance they need in their chosen field. The Glendon Campus of York University and the Citi College of Canadian Careers is only 14 minutes away by car. As a result, this location is ideal for off-campus living.

Yorkville University Glendon Campus
Flemingdon Park Golf Club

Outdoors

Lawrence Hill Urban Towns residents will have numerous retail alternatives, including the Victoria Terrace Shopping Centre, which is approximately an 11-minute walk from the property. It has a large toy store, a bank, a grocery market, restaurants, post offices, and medical offices.

This lively neighbourhood offers a plethora of leisure activities for great outdoor pleasure. Residents who like to take unhurried walks in the neighbourhood can do so at various green parks, including Sweeney Drive, Anewen Greenbelt, and Maryvale Park. Golf enthusiasts can spend the day competing with friends and family at some of the area’s best courses, including Flemingdon Park Golf Club and Donalda Club.

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Amenities

Lawrence Hill Urban Towns is a new townhome development in Toronto that will contain six new buildings with a total of 220 units, including a mix of two-and three-bedroom units. This stunning collection of townhomes will broaden your horizons with its top-notch amenities and nearby urban conveniences to improve your urban living.

The façade of the building combines contemporary architecture with a dark brick facade and sturdy wood-look aluminum cladding that contrasts sharply.

Lawrence Hill Urban Towns exterior
Lawrence Hill Urban Towns amenities

Residents will be greeted by spacious, light-filled units with beautiful features, unique finishes, and subtle accents as they enter the building. Each unit features a ceiling height of 9’0″ and high-quality ceramic or porcelain tiles. The space in between the buildings will allow for open space and soft landscaping, and the development will be surrounded by implemented benches and canopy trees.

There are also plans to build rooftop terraces on the blocks so residents can enjoy the views of the community. This exquisite development aims to provide the best amenities to its future residents.

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Developer

Kingdom Canada has built an enviable reputation as a recognized developer in Vancouver, now in Toronto, and throughout the world for over 20 years on one basic premise: the deeper needs of their clients inspire all they do.
Since 1997, Kingdom has been devoted to establishing better communities in the locations in which it invests as well as offering better living experiences for the families who choose to call Kingdom home. They shared their distinct vision and point of view with communities all around the world. That vision may be seen in projects ranging from infill enclaves that improve established neighbourhoods to large-scale developments that help reshape cities.

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