Coming Soon to Downtown Etobicoke
by Centrecourt Developments
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LOCATION & NEIGHBOURHOOD
In Etobicoke, you have in-person retail options – many of them – and they range from luxury brand shops at Sherway Gardens to designer boutiques and consignment shops in the neighbourhood.
1. Saks Fifth Avenue at
2. Haven Boutique
3. IKEA Etobicoke
4. Farm Boy
5. CF Sherway Gardens
Emphasizing hands-on, career-focused learning, Humber College offers bachelor’s degrees, diplomas, and certificates. With flexibility for your stage in life, Humber College enables you to attend full time or take continuing education courses.
University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus:
With all-day bus service between Islington Subway and South Common Centre via U of T’s Mississauga Campus, this is a convenient route to get an education at Canada’s best university. Offering 55 programs and 95 areas of study, UTM is located on 225 acres of protected greenbelt along the Credit River.
Sheridan College, Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC), and Davis Campus: Sheridan at Hazel McCallion Campus and Davis Campus are two of the three campuses in Ontario that have grown since Sheridan’s founding in 1967 to educate approximately 23,000 full-time and 3,600 part-time students every year. Its award-winning education attracts students from around the world, and its alumni are influential in various fields.
Toronto Pearson International Airport: Toronto Pearson International Airport is a significant contributor to the local and national economy, providing employment opportunities to over 50,000 people in various industries. The airport is a major employer offering job opportunities in aviation, customer service, security, logistics, and other related fields. Its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion has led to various initiatives to attract and retain a talented and diverse workforce.
TRANSPORTATION AND ACCESS
Living at Kipling Station Condos, you have a front-row seat as Etobicoke’s new downtown takes shape
around you. The City of Toronto’s vision is for Etobicoke Centre to be an urban focal point for the western
part of Toronto. The Etobicoke Centre Secondary Plan outlines the transformation of land from Islington
Ave. southwest to Shaver Ave. “from a collection of high-density residential and office buildings to a
physically and functionally integrated, mixed-use community.”
Already, a mix of high-rise, mid-rise, and townhome residences are forming a connected urban community
anchored by shopping, recreation, entertainment and employment venues.
Soon to come is a transformation of Dundas Street to a wider boulevard, with dedicated bike lanes, and
a new tree-lined walking promenade with accessible and pedestrian-friendly sidewalks.
features and amenities
Looking out on the new Kipling Station Transit Hub, this condominium residence at Dundas St. W. and Aukland Rd. is the destiny for anyone looking for an ultra-connected lifestyle, where every destination is within reach. Downtown Etobicoke’s tallest highrise makes a bold architectural statement.