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40 Raglan Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M6C 2L2
Introducing 40 Raglan, an impressive 29-storey condominium and rental building designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects. Located on Raglan Avenue in the desirable Humewood-Cedarvale neighborhood of Toronto, this luxury, high-rise building offers a unique investment opportunity for both sellers and investors alike.
The development is located in the northwest part of the city, on the corner of St Clair Avenue West and Bathurst Street. The area is primarily residential, with a mix of single-family homes and high-rise apartment buildings.
Developed by Hazelview Investments, 40 Raglan is poised to offer residents breathtaking views, and top-notch amenities, all within the family-friendly neighborhood of Humewood-Cedarvale, Toronto.
The proposed building, designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects, is expected to deliver luxury living at its best. Offering 279 residential units with a gross floor area of 21,148m², 40 Raglan will boast a 6-storey base building element featuring 5 townhouse units that front Raglan Avenue. In addition, the building would have an impressive height of 96.6 meters to the top of the mechanical penthouse.
The 279 residential units and 5 townhouses will be comprised of 32 studios, 124 one-bedrooms, 94 two-bedrooms, and 29 three-bedroom units or more. Additionally, 62 rental replacement units are available. The units come equipped with onsite laundry facilities, have balconies, and there is the option for residents to participate in events hosted by the building.
Enjoy utter convenience with 95 parking spaces, including 67 reserved for residents and 28 for visitors, with 93 of these spaces located in a below-grade parking structure, and 2 open surface spaces.
The Humewood-Cedarvale community, located on St. Clair West, has undergone rapid and progressive gentrification. Despite the fact that homes in the Humewood area were generally built in the 1920s, the combination of renovations, new builds, young families moving in, schools, and new local businesses popping up have made this one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Humewood and Cedarvale are separated by Vaughan Road, and just a block further east is Cedarvale Ravine, a natural border between the two halves of the community. Within a short jog, walk, or drive, you can find walking trails hidden by tree cover, leading to Forest Hill Village. You’ll also discover a gated dog park, an outdoor hockey rink, an arena, and a hilly area – perfect for winter tobogganing with the kids.
Residents of the Humewood-Cedarvale area are greeted along the St. Clair West strip by local coffee shops like Crave (and, of course, Starbucks), upscale clothing boutiques such as ParPar, specialty bakeries like Mabel’s, interior design studios, spinning and workout rooms, gourmet restaurants such as The Rushton Pukka, FK (Frank’s Kitchen), Ferro, and grocers like Loblaws or No Frills. And if you’re someone who loves farmers markets, the Wychwood Barns Farmer’s Market is sure to please.
If you decide to move to the Humewood-Cedarvale area, it’s worth noting that the neighborhood is often referred to as “The Woods” due to the abundance of trees, wooded areas, and street names ending in ‘wood,’ such as Humewood, Cherrywood, Valewood, Maplewood, Wellwood, and Pinewood.
Discover ultimate urban living in this top-tier neighborhood, which offers a diverse and multicultural lifestyle, with a mix of residential and commercial areas.