2175 Keele St, York, ON M6M 2G1, Canada
$472,900 to over $867,900
This vibrant 12-acre master-planned community is nestled in a ravine setting in Toronto’s Beechborough-Greenbrook neighbourhood. Complete with a public park, walking trails, and a playground, FirstHome Keelesdale will be home to 380 modern condominium suites and townhomes with 1, 2 and 3-bedroom designs available. Condos will start from $472,900, while townhomes will begin at $499,900
Location: 2175 Keele St, York, ON M6M 2G1
No. of buildings: 6 (2 condo buildings and 2 townhome buildings)
Total no. of units: 380
Unit Mix: 1-3 bed (Condo + Townhouse)
Estimated Occupancy Date: Winter/Spring 2022
Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale is wedged in a ravine setting, complete with a public park, walking trails, and a playground. The buildings rise six storeys high, comprising a total of 380 units varying from one-bedrooms to three-bedrooms. Units range from 522 to 1,366 Sq. Ft in size. Although the community offers quite a lot, Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale is nearby many restaurants, grocery stores, and shops. Ravines are also commonly found in this neighbourhood. As for transit, the upcoming Eglinton Crosstown LRT will have Keelesdale Station only a short walk away. Currently, bus service runs frequently in this area and Eglinton West Station is only a nine-minute drive away.
Daniels FirstHome Keelesdale building takes advantage of the upcoming Eglinton Crosstown LRT, which will have its Keelesdale Station just a short walk south. Expected to be up and running within the next few years, the LRT will add almost 20 kilometres of rapid transit across the city, providing residents with more transit options than ever before. For this reason, investing in property on or near the LRT is a smart move.
This part of neighbourhood features a mix of residential and employment use and it’s only just beginning to see an increase in contemporary condominiums. This gives you an excellent opportunity to be part of an area as its undergoing a transformation, in a building created extremely reputable developers, no less.
Keele, serving as a main artery, is lined with a variety of restaurants and retailers, from local shops to big-box stores. It’s served well by bus service, which connects you directly with the subway, as well an express route that goes to York University. A series of ravines and greenbelts also line the immediate neighbourhood, making popular spots for dog walkers and joggers.