Following a late-2015 ground breaking celebration and a swift excavation, below grade levels are now taking shape at the Scarborough site of Kingston&Co. Condominiums.
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Kingston&Co., the Teeple Architect–designed midrise, is ideal for first-time buyers who aren’t keen on shovelling, but are romanced by the perks of traditional homeownership like garage tinkering (there’s a tool room).
An early construction milestone has been reached at Kingston&Co Condos, a 10-storey Upper Beach condo development from TAS and Main and Main Developments — and the Toronto-based developers have a high-flying drone video to prove it.
Construction is now well underway at Kingston&Co. Condominiums, following a tremendously successful 2015 resulting in over 60% of the unique suites being sold. Brought to you by TAS and Main & Main Developments, Kingston&Co. is the premiere place to live in the Upper Beach, while offering an alternative to low-rise housing, with prices starting in the $200,000s.
After breaking ground in October, construction at Kingston&Co Condominiums by TAS and Main and Main Developments is now in full swing.
Innovative design and construction practices across the GTA are pushing builders to raise the bar on environmental performance and sustainability of new homes and businesses.
Named for its locale near the corner of Dundas and Keele Streets, Duke moves condo density westward.
Beyond Toronto’s rapidly densifying Downtown core of assertively tall skyscrapers and iconic high-rises, the surrounding urban landscape is gradually becoming peppered with mid-rise construction, bringing substantial yet measured density to many of Toronto’s diverse, urban neighborhoods.
Over the next few years, the once sleepy stretch of Kingston Road of the Upper Beaches neighbourhood in east Toronto will breathe new life as a host of new condo development projects are set to reinvigorate the area.
From now until July 31st, buyers of Kingston&Co Condos will receive up to $20,000 cash back on their purchase before construction begins this summer.