Decor towns homes @ DUNDAS & GILMORE being developed by the same firm that produced 332 High Park Ave.

  

All photos below form the Terra Firma Homes site unless noted.

  

    
  
Info about the project from the developers site.

MODERN, BALANCED, AND CONNECTED.

FREEHOLD TOWNS IN THE JUNCTION 

Inspired by Toronto, Deco Towns by Terra Firma is an echo of the area’s past as an industrial centre fed by locomotion, and it’s future as a cultural hub coming together in architectural harmony. The designs are striking, functional, and speak to The Junction’s stance on everyday life: It’s all about experiencing Toronto’s vibrant and energetic pulse in a home that’s just as exciting.

ALL APPROX. 1500 SQUARE FEET 

FROM THE $900S
Deco Towns are being built to highlight an already incredible, and culturally rich neighbourhood. Terra Firma is an experienced local builder dedicated to making The Junction and Bloor West Village shine, and Deco is among their finest projects thus far. Each home will be beautifully modern, and offer finishes that are sustainable, stylish, and welcoming. The Junction is a neighbourhood that’s at the forefront of art, artisans, and Canadian culture; Deco Towns are designed to echo that feeling architecturally. Living here means you get it. You see the world differently, you are open to new experiences, and you expect to live in a home that accommodates those values. Deco Towns are those homes.

The info about 332 High Park the most recent completed west local project of this firm. 

332 HIGH PARK PROVIDES FOR THE ULTIMATE IN LOFT LIVING. THE BUILDING’S ARCHITECTURE PROVIDES A COMPLEMENTARY CONTEMPORARY LOOK THAT CONFIRMS HIGH PARK LOFTS AS A SIGNIFICANT PLAYER IN THE “JUNCTION” URBAN RENEWAL PROCESS.The scale and exterior materials palette, are in keeping with the original large old houses on High Park Road. The unusually narrow and long site dictates a single loaded corridor solution which results in more windows and views and sunny southern exposure to all units while the at grade parking garage elevates the building by one floor providing privacy and security.
The rear common garden of exclusive use to all residents, provides a private and protected oasis for play and relaxation. Three existing large and mature trees will be retained and will provide shade and history.
Below a detail photo of their 332 High Park Ave. project.

 

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  1. Raymond says:

    Almost 1 Million dollars! FOUR levels. Nothing but stairs, stairs and more stairs! Main bedroom adjoining bath does not even have a bathtub just a shower from the looks of floor plans. Great! Your view from the living room looking west is a car dealership! Looking out the back to the east your view is the wall of a duplex house/bake shop!

    • junctioneer says: (Author)

      I really think that car lot will not be there for for long.

  2. Raymond says:

    “I really think that car lot will not be there for for long.”

    What is going there next? Nine more $1M stack condos?

  3. john says:

    Car wash?

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