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316 Campbell Ave, Toronto, ON M6P 3V9
This elegant, deluxe condominium features residential dwellings and modern live-work units in Toronto.
Developed by Marlin Spring and Trolleybus Urban Development Inc., the luxury 316 Junction Condos will be located at 316 Campbell Ave near Symington Avenue and Dupont Street in Toronto Junction Triangle neighbourhood.
This contemporary high-rise condo will comprise 28 storeys that tower from a 6-storey podium. If true modern style and comfortability are allurements for you, this new condo is the home you’ve been searching for.
Investors can expect the charming high-rise to contain 7 live-work residences, similar in nature to townhomes.
The contemporary condo is anticipated to feature amenities that boast both premium quality and genuine functionality. Well-appointed with a concierge desk, a spacious lobby and lounge, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and an indoor pool in which to cool off. The high-rise should also contain ample terraces and balconies, offering its residents some astounding private views of the Junction Triangle neighbourhood and beyond.
It is anticipated that the condo interior will feature tasteful and sophisticated finishes. Marlin Springs also offers a decor boutique for its residents to curate their dream homes, including various colour palettes, finishes and packages to design your home to your personal taste and style. With extensive home layouts, we expect 316 Junction Condominiums to be a perfect place to call home for all types of home seekers.
316 Junction Condominiums is nestled in the warm and inviting Junction Triangle neighbourhood. A rapidly growing eclectic community dances through the streets surrounding a flurry of new condo developments, the primary catalyst for a massive influx of new residents. This deluxe condo will greatly add to the desirable neighbourhood and attract even more residents to the area.
The Junction Triangle neighbourhood is in an exemplary Toronto location with convenient access to world-class transit, beautiful green spaces and an abundance of dining, shopping and entertainment options. The condominium is situated only minutes from High Park and nearby the downtown core of Toronto.
This neighbourhood boasts chic cafes and breweries, artistic boutiques, and many job opportunities in one of Canada’s fastest-growing tech spaces. Being only a brief stroll to the new Stock Yards Village, a central retail hub that features a variety of big-brand stores and revered restaurants, your lifestyle and dining needs will be more than satisfied.
In addition, your daily errands and general engagements can be accomplished within walking distance, with the neighbourhood including wholesome grocery stores, a wide selection of restaurants, multiple libraries, a bank, and multiple social hang-out spots. We expect the impressive walkability score of 82/100 to increase as the community continues to diversify and intensify.
Moreover, the area offers abundant public and private schooling options and greenspaces, making it an excellent neighbourhood for young families. Nearby parks include Perth Square Park, Campbell Avenue Park and Carlton Park, to name a few.
Residents of 316 Junction Condos can reach Lansdowne Station in only 10 minutes by bus and 3 minutes by car. Dundas West Station makes for an outstanding transit hub, linking you to multiple streetcar lines, the GO train, Dundas West subway station and the Union Pearson Express – which connects the airport and Union Station in the city’s financial district.
In addition, the southern-set Bloor GO Station is found just minutes from the high-rise, while the St. Clair streetcar and the Caledonia stop for the soon-to-be-completed Eglinton Line 5 Express are both located moments to the north.
The city has set specific goals for this area, including creating over 3,000 more employment opportunities. With these sorts of goals ahead, charming and conveniently situated townhomes and live-work spaces will be more than required for the Junction Triangle neighbourhood.