This is a rare opportunity to be a part of a momentous development in one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the GTA.
1001 Broadview Residences is located in the coveted East York neighbourhood of Toronto. Condo development in this part of town is fairly seldom, so this is a fantastic opportunity to be a part of this amazing community.
The building’s design brings something different to the region, with its curvaceous facade and protruding glass amenity space.You don’t want to miss your chance to own one of these condos.
The building will stand at 10 storeys and it will have a total of 111 units, which will be divided into 79 one-bedroom units, 21 two-bedroom units, and 1 three-bedroom units.
East York is filled with old post-war low-rise homes, and this development will bring a splash of must needed modernity to the area. It’s interesting angles and window layouts are sure to make it a landmark in the neighbourhood.
1001 Broadview Residents here will be surrounded by local amenities, but they will also be treated to some amazing indoor amenity space as well. The corner of Broadview and Mortimer will feature an open glass facade that peers into the 2,282 square foot amenity space. This will create a fantastic open ambiance in the room.
There will also be a 4,833 square foot commercial retail space on the ground floor. This store will also benefit from the windowed corner and it will be a great stop for locals.
Location & Neighbourhood
This development is on the north east corner of Broadview and Mortimer, and it is bordered by an existing low-rise commercial building to the north, and existing low-rise residences to the east.
This neighbourhood has scored a 74 Walk Score. Nearly all errands will be able to be accomplished without the use of a car, and this is largely due to the adjacently located Sobeys grocery store.
East York has rich and diverse housing that’s mostly populated by small detached homes, but there is a slew of high-rise residential buildings located to the northeast of this development as well.
East York borders on The Danforth neighbourhood, which is, unsurprisingly, centred around Danforth Avenue.
This is widely known as the city’s Greektown, and it is the largest concentrated Greek neighbourhood in North America. It is lined with amazing Greek restaurants, as well as boutique shops and vibrant food markets.