Presto Towns - Phase 2

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Townhouses in Toronto

Tapscott Road & McLevin Avenue, Toronto, ON

Welcome home to Presto Towns, Phase 2!

Ambria Homes’ Presto Towns—Phase 2 is a new townhouse development by a highly respected local developer, Ambria Homes, and has an urban architecture that is being designed by RN Design. The project is currently under construction at Tapscott Road and McLevin Avenue in Toronto, Ontario. The date of occupancy for this townhouse property is expected to be in fall 2023.

The development will feature 10 blocks of 3 stories and a total of 223 urban townhouses in modern, sleek, and spacious 1, 2, and 3-bedroom townhouses. These one-of-a-kind houses are practical and elegant to the core, with large layouts and contemporary interiors completed to outstanding specifications.

Presto Towns, Phase 2, is a place that caters to your every want, predicts your every need, and seamlessly satisfies them.


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Ambria Homes’ Presto Towns—Phase 2 is located in the Malvern neighbourhood of Toronto’s northeast side. The surrounding area offers residents plenty of lifestyle amenities, including dining, shopping, entertainment options, accessible transport links, schools, and many other factors that can be easily accessed by foot and transit, which have traditionally drawn many new families to the area. The Scarborough Town Centre and the Malvern Town Centre are located mere steps away, and the Scarborough Town Centre is located minutes away and will serve shoppers by offering the best shopping experience.

Moreover, by conserving old trees, ravine woodlots, and parklands, this community has maintained its rural roots despite the hustle and bustle of the city. Nearby parks include Telfer Park, Pinery Park, Neilson Park, and many others that will serve kids and kids at heart.

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The Malvern region offers a wide variety of public transportation alternatives to its residents. All of the main streets and several of the side roads in this area have bus services. TTC bus routes will be available directly outside residents’ front doors, enabling smooth transit around the city and convenient connections to subway lines. Agincourt GO train station is just 12 minutes away by car, while Ajax GO and Eglinton GO train stations are around 17 minutes away.

Major arterial roads like Sheppard, Finch, and Morningside Avenues, as well as Markham Road, run through the region, providing easy access to various sections of the city.


For students, the area is unquestionably ideal. Presto Towns Phase 2 is an excellent alternative for parents of young children seeking early learning or public schooling, up to post-secondary students seeking off-campus living choices near the school. The property is within walking distance of primary and high schools such as the Malvern Montessori School, Tom Longboat Jr. Public School, Dr. Marion Hilliard Senior Public School, and more.

For postsecondary students, the University of Toronto Scarborough is only a nine-minute drive away, making this project an excellent off-campus living option.

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Ambria Homes is rapidly gaining recognition among Canadian homebuilders, driven by a developer with an extensive and illustrious background in the sector. Peter D’Ambrosio, the company’s president and chief executive officer, has put together a team of highly experienced and well-respected industry professionals. This team includes planners, leading architects, and interior designers, each of whom brings a unique set of skills and abilities to the building of exceptional communities.
The partners at the helm of Ambria Residences and its building arm, Index Construction, have a broad vision and strong leadership qualities. They are responsible for the development of nearly 4,500 low-rise and high-rise homes in a variety of successful new communities.
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