The Jackson Towns is embrace the luxury of space all in a gorgeous landscaped 12-acre master-planned community in a ravine setting surrounded by beautiful active and passive outdoor spaces including a new nature-themed public park, walking trails, and a children’s playground. This community is only a 6-minute walk to the new Eglinton LRT, abundant with lifestyle amenities, close to parks and everyday essentials as well as Yorkdale and the amazing Castlefield Design District conveniently close by.
Located in the Brookhaven-Amesbury neighbourhood in Toronto
15-minute drive to Eglinton West Station
Close to HWY 401 and HWY 400
10-minute drive from Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Lawrence Allen Centre
15-minute drive to York University
Surround by shops, restaurants and schools
Nearby parks include Bert Robinson Park, Queens Greenbelt Park and Walter Saunder Memorial Park
The Jackson Towns is located at 2175 Keele Street in Toronto. The major intersection is Keele Street and Eglinton Avenue West where residents will have access to plenty of dining and shopping options. Located nearby are grocery stores, retail, dining, pharmacies and services banks. Lawrence Allen Centre and Yorkdale Shopping Centre are both just within 10-minute drive from the development and offer plenty of retail shops, services, dining, and entertainment options.
The development has a good transportation network. Residents are easily access TTC bus service just few steps away, allowing riders to arrive downtown Toronto in about 45-mintue. The development takes advantage of the upcoming Eglinton Crosstown LRT, where the station is just in walking distance. The Eglinton Crosstown LRT is expecting to be completed in 2022, which will help riders travel throughout the city 60% faster. Furthermore, the location is connecting to Highway 400 and Highway 401, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in just 30-minute.
Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The Jackson Towns is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Fairbank Memorial Community School, Fairbank Public School and Field School are just easily accessible. Also, for post-secondary education, York University is just 15-minute drive or 40-minute TTC bus ride from the development.
In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the town is located at nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as the NorthPark, Bert Robinson Park, Western Golf Club & Country Club and St. George’s Golf and Country Club.
The Jackson Towns is in a 12-acre master planned community with 3 phases in North York. The new community will feature a new themed public park, trails, playground, co-working area, as well as, condos and towns.
An exclusive collection of 3-storey townhomes. Units will be a mix of three-bedroom AND four-bedroom layout for selection. The size of the unit is from about 1,600 square feet to 1,700 square feet. Each townhome includes 2 balconies and a large terrace with upgraded designer details such as engineered hardwood flooring, smooth ceilings and quartz kitchen countertops.
The Daniels Corporation is an award-winning development firm who has been internationally recognized for their work in creating socially-conscious communities for over 35 years. Daniels has built more than 30,000 award-winning homes and apartments, master-planned mixed-use communities, and commercial and retail spaces.
Kilmer Group is a southern Ontario home developer. They maintain several investment partnerships. These include infrastructure, real estate, sports and media industries. This developer has won many awards. Kilmer owns, develops, and maintains real estate properties.
DiamondCorp is a real estate developer committed to quality development in the GTA. They are dedicated to developing innovative, high-quality and award-winning residential, mixed-use, and master-planned developments. DiamondCorp’s exceptional reputation in planning and development stems from their expertise in achieving municipal approvals for complicated sites that translate into outstanding communities.