Kingsway Crescent is a new condo and townhouse development by Harhay Developments currently in preconstruction at Old Dundas Street & Kingsway Crescent, Toronto. Kingsway Crescent has a total of 102 units.
Kingsway Crescent Summary
Nature and city coalesce in harmonious equilibrium at a lavish, luxury residence springing up on the crest of the Humber River, nestled away in a quiet corner of west end Toronto.
Kingsway Crescent Condos is a low-rise condominium residence made by Harhay Developments that is currently in pre-construction. This new project is located at 4125 Dundas Street West near Kingsway Crescent in the Etobicoke neighbourhood of The Kingsway.
This upmarket development features an acutely-terraced structure that has stepbacks on nearly each one of its eight floors, providing private outdoor space for many of its suites that also has the effect of shifting the massing of the building inwards, reducing its impact upon the surrounding neighbourhood. And, featuring a facade with a warm palette of wood and stone-hued tones, this development integrates itself into the folds of the neighbouring Humber River Valley.
Impressive yet familiar, this high-quality new development aims to provide an ideal city lifestyle that is sophisticated, yet all the while remaining steadfastly practical. Equipped with posh living suites and state-of-the-art amenities, this condo development stays well-connected to the rest of the city through many locally-available public transportation options as well as the area’s vast network of arterial roads.
This development will be comprised of 92 distinctive residences and 10 classic townhomes spread out over 32,375 square feet of residential ground floor area. The living units will be comprised of 2 studio units, 34 1-bedroom units, 47 2-bedroom units, and 9 3-bedroom units. And, with the latter two making up three-fifths of all units, this condominium looks to cater to growing families looking to put down roots in this idyllic Etobicoke community.
Taking up a total area of 5,561 square feet, this condo will offer 3086 square feet of indoor amenities found mostly on the first floor as well as a 2,475-square-foot outdoor terrace located on the building’s rooftop.
Below, a 2-level underground garage will hold space for 123 vehicle parking spaces, of which 105 are reserved for residents and will include 7 spots equipped with EV charging facilities. As well, the building will contain 130 bicycle parking spaces, 10 of which are designated for short-term use.
And although further details about this rising development have yet to be made known, a quick look at Harhay Developments previously completed projects shows this home builder to have a long history of making splendid boutique condominiums.
Harhay’s Parc Loft residence features 10-feet high ceilings as well as exposed concrete and duct work while its King West-based Oneeleven high rise comes complete with gas range-equipped outdoor terraces. At the same time, this developer’s 875 Queen East condo features magnificent penthouse suites fitted with private outdoor patios.
Location & Neighborhood
As one of Toronto’s most affluent communities where home prices are valued around $3 million on average, The Kingsway has become a popular neighbourhood for prospective homebuyers. A majority of the single-detached homes found in this area sport traditional English architectural design, as has been the local custom since this community was established in the early 1900’s.
Nowadays, The Kingsway has developed into a bustling neighbourhood full of stores and service, many of which are located within close proximity to the condo.
As well, this family-friendly neighbourhood features no shortage of community services and facilities. Local schools like Kingsway College School, Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, and Runnymede Collegiate Institute are complemented by community institutions like the Edgehill House Community Centre and Lambton Arena.
Likewise, residents can enjoy the great outdoors at nearby parks like Magwood Park, Humbertown Park, Lambton-Kingsway Park, and James Gardens, a former estate that no features terraced stone pathways, sparkling spring-fed pools and streams as well as the historic James Gazebo. Not only that, residents can enjoy the fresh air at nearby Lambton Woods and the Lambton Golf and Country Club.
This address also caters to commuting residents. The condo is closely-situated to TTC subway stations like the MiWay-serviced Islington Station and Kipling Station, the terminus of Line 2 and transfer point to the airport express to Pearson International Airport. The area also hosts the Milton Line Kipling GO Station, allowing commuters to reach Union Station in just 27 minutes by train. And, with the future Line 5 Eglinton LRT set to open the nearby Mount Dennis Station in 2021, public transit only stands to become more convenient for local residents.
Kingsway Crescent Condos Highlights:
- Located in the Edenbridge-Humber Valley neighbourhood in Toronto
- 3 minute drive to Humbertown Shopping Centre
- 5 minute drive to the Royal York Subway Station & the Old Mill Subway Station
- Close to shops, restaurants and schools
- Many nearby public transportation options
- Nearby parks include Etienne Brule Park, James Gardens & King’s Mill Park
Sign Up To Receive Details, Information And Updates About This Project Today!