880 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 1P2, Canada
This new condo project is a pre-construction boutique condominium proposed by Lormel Homes.
Standing eight storeys with only 101 residential suites, this project includes tasteful architecture by RAW Design, an expansive rooftop terrace and a range of floorplans.
Situated just east of Islington Avenue, it’s a great opportunity to take advantage of a stretch that’s seeing more development proposals than ever before.
Kazmir Condos sits at the northwest corner of Chartwell Road, just up the street from Costco.
The proposal calls for an 8-storey structure with 4,477 square feet of commercial space at street level and 101 residential units, including two on the ground floor accessible directly from the street.
The unit mix is estimated to include three studio units, 58 one-bedroom, 30 two-bedroom units, and 10 three-or-more bedroom units. Residents will have exclusive access to 1,323 square feet of indoor amenity space on the building’s eighth floor, along with 2,906 square feet of outdoor amenity space on the top floor, a great spot to overlook this bustling west end pocket.
Kazmir Condos is located in Etobicoke, a leafy, family-friendly area. The region has been experiencing growth at a fast pace, with most of the growth concentrated around The Queensway. In addition to serving as the region’s commercial centre, it serves as a major artery into the city. This bustling stretch offers great commuting as well as public transit, and sits in proximity to shopping, eating establishments, services, entertainment, and schools.
A five-minute drive will get you to Sherway Gardens, which is the region’s main shopping centre. The mall which houses more than 200 retailers and eateries including Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as an upmarket Pusateri’s food hall, which was recently renovated. There are numerous recreation centres and golf courses in Etobicoke, and it’s also home to the 500-acre Centennial Park and the 400-acre High Park. There’s a Costco Wholesale conveniently down the street, and you’re just a three minute drive to the well known Sanremo Bakery.
The number of younger, technology-focused firms opting to open offices in the region has also been steadily increasing – thanks to the multiple convenient amenities and closeness to Toronto. Etobicoke has a strong corporate as well as manufacturing sector and recently announced its planned opening of two massive film production facilities that will increase job opportunities in the sector of the area.