Located at 383 Old Weston Rd/1808 St. Clair Ave West (north-east corner of old weston rd and st. clair ave west.) A well planned out condo and townhouse development, nestled on 10.6 acres. Location/neighbourhoods – Reunion Crossing Condos is where three of Toronto’s original neighbourhoods connect; Corso Italia, The Junction, and the Stockyards.
Capped Developments charges.
Right to lease during interim occupancy.
Free one year property management.
Discounted or Free Assignment* (project specific, client must pay legal fees).
Reunion crossing boasts a walkscore of 95. You are within walking distance to an array of grocery stores, big box stores, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, bars, banks, and entertainment.
At Reunion Crossing, transit is plentiful. the 512 streetcar is right outside your door is on a dedicated track. There are also both express and 24-hour TTC bus service routes. Alternatively, a short 14 minutes bus ride will get you to Dundas West TTC station where there is the up express and the bloor go train station.
Look no further than The Stockyards Village, which takes shopping to a whole new level.
This excellent west Toronto location also offers easy access to many of the GTA's top destinations.
Your convenient urban lifestyle at Reunion Crossing also provides excellent opportunities to connect with nature.
|PROJECT NAME:||Reunion Condos|
|ADDRESS:||383 Old Weston Rd/1808 St. Clair Ave West|
|PROJECT TYPE:||Condo / Urban Town|
|UNITS:||153 Condo Suites / 76 Market Towns|
|UNIT SIZES:||435 - 1317 sq ft|
|PRICE:||Starting at $380,000|
The Stockyards is home to some of the best big retail shopping in Toronto. In addition to the 50+ shops and restaurants of Stock Yards Village Shopping Centre, there's also a Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Rona, Walmart, Best Buy and much more, all within easy walking distance of Reunion Crossing.
Corso Italia is one of Toronto's historic italian neighbourhoods, and much of that history can still be seen today. Get a taste of the neighbourhood with delicious gelato from La Paloma, or sample one of the many latin american restaurants, such as Tenoch or Itacate. It's one of the city's great cultural hubs, allowing you to experience flavours from across the world.
Take a stroll south of Reunion Crossing to explore one of the hippest neighbourhoods in Toronto. Check out the fab furniture at cornerstone home interiors and discover the hand-crafted Scandinavian and Japenese design treasures at Mjolk. Taste the fine italian cuisine at Nodo and the fresh local foods of The Junction Farmers Market. You could practically spend all your weekends exploring new things in The Junction, and when you live at Reunion Crossing, you just might.
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