140-150 Broadview Ave, Toronto
About this condo
Of course, the best compliment to any modern and luxurious building is a friendly community — and the Riverside Towns Condos offers just that, courtesy of Hyde Park Homes and the Lamb Development Corporation. At 140-150 Broadview Avenue, and overlooking the Don Valley, few developments offer such a rich residential atmosphere so close to the city.
Though the Riverside Towns Condos were completed in 2013, these buildings look like they may have been around for much longer — they integrate brilliantly into the well-established Leslieville & South Riverdale neighbourhood that's filled with many grand, older homes. 140-162 Broadview’s architecture is classical and refined, featuring pointed roofs and domed windows — an homage to the neighbourhood’s Victorian and Edwardian architectural heritage. Yet, any doubt as to whether these are newer builds disappears once a prospective buyer catches a glimpse of the light gleaming off its many modern windows.
Nonetheless, reaching to just 3 storeys high, the exterior of the Riverside Towns Condos features distinguished dark bricks that give them a stately heritage aesthetic. All this is framed gracefully by stone inlays that balance the design with brighter tones, as well as by 140-150 Broadview’s exceptional landscaping.
Although this community of stacked townhomes does not offer a long list of amenities, the charm of the complex, as well as the Riverdale neighbourhood’s friendly community, makes them quite enticing to many prospective homeowners. As the abundance of trees surrounding the building continue to mature, it’s easy to see that Toronto condos for sale here will only grow more attractive over the years.
The timeless buildings at 140-150 Broadview contain 63 Toronto townhouses, ranging in size from around 500 to 1,400 square feet. This includes one and two bedroom layouts with the option of a den in some homes as well. Regardless of actual size, these Victorian-style buildings treat residents royally, with expansive and extraordinarily luxurious suites.
Behind the Riverside Towns Condos grand façade, a light and fresh atmosphere flows through their modern suites. These homes feature hardwood flooring throughout and ceilings that reach as high as 9 feet. Furthermore, their elegant fixtures and finishes, like streamlined cabinetry with resolute stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, look especially distinguished when illuminated by the natural light streaming through their many windows.
Lastly, the majority of residents living at 140-162 Broadview have access to private outdoor spaces: whether balconies, patios or roof decks, these spaces all have natural gas connections in place.
Since 1884, when Riverdale was officially incorporated into Toronto, this neighbourhood has been the proud home to an active and creative community. Although the art scene has spread throughout the city, many cultural attractions still call the Riverdale neighbourhood home. 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.
Catering to the neighbourhood’s engaged community (and its many visitors), there are many eclectic restaurants, cafés and bars to be found along Queen East. Moreover, the shopping in the neighbourhood is exciting, with a number of independent boutiques and shops to choose from.
Amongst the many shopping options in the neighbourhood, residents of the Riverside Towns Condos can pay regular visits to the Butchers of Distinction, at the corner Queen East and Grant Street. This shop offers only high quality, Ontario grown and raised produce.
One the many advantages of living in such a well-establish neighbourhood is that it’s easy to travel outside of it. Just south of the Riverside Towns Condos, Queen Street is a major east-west artery whose traffic moves well in the city.
For drivers with destinations in surrounding towns and suburbs, accessing the highway often only takes a couple minutes. Residents can connect to the Don Valley Parkway via Davies Avenue, which is just a few side-streets west of 140-150 Broadview.
For residents of the Riverside Towns Condos who prefer public transit, the 501 Queen Streetcar serves them well. It moves from The Beaches to High Park, bringing riders throughout the downtown core and past neighbourhoods like Trinity Bellwoods and the Entertainment District along its way.
Alternatively, the 504 King Streetcar stops at Queen East while heading north and south on Broadview. Residents can take the 504 north to Broadview Station on the Bloor-Danforth line for the quickest access to the subway.
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