Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
With a history that dates back to the early and mid-1800’s, Roncesvalles, one of Toronto’s most diverse and charming neighbourhoods, is slowly but surely becoming a trendy district. While the area continues to house a number of the old world schnitzel houses and bakeries, gentrified and contemporary establishments are starting to give the neighbourhood a more prevalent look.
Over recent years, new condominium structures have also begun to make their appearance in the area, the latest being 383 Sorauren named after its location at 383 Sorauren Avenue. The 11-storey complex is being built to house 160 impeccably designed condo suites along with 2-storey townhomes which will occupy the first floor. The mid-rise is the brainchild of Bill Gairdner, head of Gairloch.
Amenities in the complex will include a fully-equipped gym, underground parking, and an outdoor lounge complete with a kitchen, propane heaters, and a gas fireplace. Units will feature individually controlled HVAC systems, porcelain floor tiles, and frameless shower doors. Each kitchen will boast Corian countertops as well as an island with integrated dining table.
Other notable condominium buildings in Roncesvalles include Howard Park, located at 60 Howard Park Avenue and scheduled to be completed in 2014, High Park Lofts at 437 Roncesvalles Avenue, and Roncesvalles Lofts at 25 Ritchie Street to name just a few.
All in all, the residences at 383 Sorauren, scheduled to be completed by the fall of 2016, looks to have all the makings for a tremendous spot to call home.
Having been one of few realtors selected for an exclusive sales event before the general realtor launch, I encourage you to contact me for further information as well as a private consultation to ensure early access and review the projects general parameters. I look forward to hearing from you soon.