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Riverside Towns

A townhouse at Toronto

Riverside Towns, located at 140 Broadview Ave. in Toronto, is a new townhouse development by Hyde Park Homes and Lamb Development Corp. A community of 63 stacked houses on Broadview Avenue in the Riverside District, only steps from Queen Street East. The construction was finished in 2013. Riverside Towns has 63 units in all.
Though the Riverside Towns were finished in 2013, they appear to have been present for much longer – they blend in beautifully with the well-established Leslieville & South Riverdale neighborhood, which is packed with many large, older residences. The design of Riverside Towns is classical and elegant, with pointed roofs and domed windows – a nod to the neighborhood’s Victorian and Edwardian architectural past. However, any uncertainty about whether these are recent constructions vanishes when a prospective buyer sees the light shining off its numerous modern windows.
Riverside Towns’ Victorian-style architecture is distinguished by dark old brick overlaid with stone accents. Riverside Towns appears to have always existed.



Riverside Towns is a community of 63 stacked houses on Broadview Avenue in the Riverside District, only steps from Queen Street East. The Riverside District is Toronto‘s trendiest neighborhood, filled with creative new homes, intriguing gourmet restaurants, avant garde galleries, and quirky boutiques—perfect for weekend strolls.
Riverside Towns’ Victorian-style architecture is distinguished by dark old brick overlaid with stone accents. One of the city’s most venerable historic performance spaces, the Opera House, where people may see live music virtually every day of the week, is one of the city’s attractions. You also have convenient access to the Queen East and Broadview streetcars, as well as the DVP, making this an excellent spot to call home.

Riverside District


One of the many benefits of living in such a well-established neighborhood is the ease with which you may go outside of it. Queen Street, just south of the Riverside Towns, is a significant east-west thoroughfare with good traffic flow in the city. Accessing the roadway from nearby towns and suburbs generally takes only a few minutes. Residents may reach the Don Valley Parkway by using Davies Avenue, which is only a few side streets west of 140-150 Broadview.

While residents of the Riverside Towns who prefer public transportation may take advantage of the 501 Queen Streetcar. It runs from The Beaches to High Park, passing through the city center and neighbourhoods such as Trinity Bellwoods and the Entertainment District.
The 504 King Streetcar, which runs north and south on Broadview, also stops at Queen East. For the shortest access to the subway, residents should take the 504 north to Broadview Station on the Bloor-Danforth line.

501 Queen Streetcar

Shopping and Dining

Many diverse eateries, cafés, and pubs can be found along Queen East, catering to the neighbourhood’s engaged community (and its many tourists). Furthermore, the shopping in the area is interesting, with a variety of independent boutiques and shops to pick from.
Residents of the Riverside Towns may visit the Butchers of Distinction, located on the corner of Queen East and Grant Street, among the numerous retail options in the area. This business exclusively sells high-quality vegetables produced and reared in Ontario.

Butchers of Distinction2


Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The condo is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Queen Alexandra Middle School, Dundas Junior Public School and Montcrest School are just easily accessible. Victoria University and UC U of T are less than 15 minutes away from Riverside Towns.

Victoria University


In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the town is nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as Joel Weeks Park, Thompson Street Parkette and Hubbard Park. Some highlights include the Opera House, one of the city’s most venerable historic performance venues where residents can catch a live concert almost any day of the week.

Opera House


Riverside Towns’ timeless structures hold 63 Toronto townhouses ranging in size from about 372-1,385 square feet. This includes one and two bedroom plans, as well as the option of a den in certain homes. Regardless of size, inhabitants are treated royally in these Victorian-style structures, with vast and exceptionally opulent suites.
A bright and fresh atmosphere pours through the contemporary apartments behind the Riverside Towns’s magnificent façade. These homes include hardwood floors throughout and ceilings as high as 9 feet. Furthermore, its exquisite fixtures and finishes, such as sleek cabinets with firm stone worktops and stainless steel appliances, stand out when lit by natural light flowing through their numerous windows.
Finally, the majority of tenants at Riverside Towns have access to private outdoor spaces: balconies, patios, or roof decks, all of which have natural gas hookups.


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Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Toronto’s top condominium broker Brad J. Lamb to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. At that time, with over 13 years of experience in consulting, marketing, and the selling of over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Mr. Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. Since then, he has done just that; completing 19 developments, approximately 3400 suites for over $1.3B. Currently, Lamb Development Corp has three projects under construction, almost 800 suites for a value of $360 Million. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 15 projects in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary & Edmonton with a value of $2.4 Billion.

Hyde Park Homes has been involved in real estate investment, development and construction for over 50 years. They have successfully completed all types of commercial and residential developments in the greater Toronto area including retail convenience, mixed residential-retail, single family, townhouse, stacked townhouse, mid-rise and hi-rise condo projects.

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