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Amexon introduces Central Park project to east Toronto

Amexon introduces Central Park project to east Toronto

TORONTO—Amexon Development Corporation has announced the launch of Central Park, a master-planned, mixed-use condominium community in Toronto’s Bayview village.

The community will eventually encompass over 1,500 suites in one-bedroom to three-bedroom-plus-den layouts, in sizes from 439 to 1,200 square feet. Prices begin from the $700,000s.

The design team includes CORE Architect for the exterior, Cosburn Nauboris Landscape Architects for landscaping and II BY IV DESIGN for interiors. The units will include six-foot-deep balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The design incorporates a port-cochere entry with a fountain by Cosburn Nauboris.

Community amenities at the 12-acre site will feature retail space, restaurants and other services including an onsite day care. The project will include Central Park Common, a three-acre urban park with bike paths, casual dining venues, fountains, reflecting pools and year-round programming that will include a farmers’ market and a skating rink.

Other features include 55,000 square feet of fitness, wellness, leisure and social amenity space in the Park Club and a 5,000-square-foot co-working space with smart technology, meeting rooms, hot desks and a business centre.

The project will also include EV charging stations in its 1,500 parking areas.

“We wanted to break away from the conventional to express a harmonious coexistence between sparkling glass and nature,” said CORE Architect’s Deni Poletti in a release. “It was important to be respectful of the development’s natural setting above the East Don Parkland.”

Amexon’s Central Park Presentation Centre is located at 1200 Sheppard Ave. E. in Toronto.

 

AMEXON—Amexon’s new Central Park project will rise at a 12-acre site adjacent to the East Don River ravine in Toronto.

 

 

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