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As a second instalment to the Queen & Ashbridge Condos, Q&A phase 2 is coming soon as well to this adorable neighbourhood of Toronto.
Q&A phase 2 is an upcoming high-rise mixed-use building by Context and RioCan Living, two of the most renowned developers in the country with utmost dedication in delivering the highest quality and safest designs to the customers.
The mixed-use project has a commercial as well as residential aspect. The ground floor has more than 16,000 square feet of retail space. There are to be a total of 771 units of residential units.
The development is located at 1050 Eastern Ave in Toronto to the west of Coxwell Avenue in Toronto and the neighbourhood is one of the lively and cheerful areas in the city.
The development is located in a famous neighbourhood called Leslieville in East York part of Toronto. The area is one of the most cheerful and peaceful parts of the city located near the lakeshore and beaches. The neighbourhood is famous for a variety of amazing and eateries and boutique shops for the residents as well as the visitors to explore.
The building is situated near a street with subway stations at regular intervals. The one nearest to the house is Coxwell Subway Station, which is only a few minutes away. Local commuters who prefer bus travel will find bus stops as well as tram stops nearby.
Residents who like to drive will appreciate the ease with which they can access Don Valley Parkway and Lake Shore Blvd E, Kingston Road, and Gardiner Expressway.
This neighbourhood’s students have nothing to be concerned about on the educational front. Some of the greatest universities, including Ryerson University, Victoria University, and the University of Toronto, are easily accessible from this region.
Williamson Road Junior Public School, Norway Junior Public School, Kew Beach Junior Public School, and Leslieville Junior Public School are among the reputable schools in the area.
The stunning natural beauty of the neighbourhood has not been lost in the process of becoming an urban region. Beautiful parks, waterways, gardens, beaches, and conservation areas surround the region.
Ashbridges Bay, Woodbine Beach, Orchard Park, Monarch Park, Merrill Bridge Road Park, Norwood Park, and Glen Stewart Park are some of the must-see outdoor attractions in the neighbourhood.
Q&A phase 2, an upcoming high-rise condominium building by Context and RioCan Living, is currently in the preconstruction phase. The building would be 17 stories high with units available in different layouts of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units.
The residents would enjoy a number of facilities and indoor amenities once they enter this amazing community. The amenities include private balconies, a fitness area, lounge area, integrated appliances and much more.
Context is a Toronto-based real estate developer, founded by President Howard Cohen. Since the 1970s, buyers have been moving further out of the downtown core of Toronto into the suburbs, but Howard Cohen was looking to buck that trend, and focus on building up, rather than out.
RioCan Living is the biggest and most trusted Real Estate Investment Trust in Canada since 1993. It owns and manages a portfolio of shopping centres and large supermarkets. Their focus is mainly on retail properties with ownership interests in a collection of 338 properties throughout Ontario and Alberta, as well as acquisitions in the northwest United States and Texas. But in recent years, RioCan Living started building numerous mixed-use developments which will provide convenience and services to communities and neighbourhoods.