King’s Landing Condos 2

1001 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto

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About King’s Landing Condos 2

In the pre construction phase King’s Landing 2 condominiums are primed to gain the attention of future occupants early on in the sale phase as the developers Concord Adex have integrated a mega masterpiece, that will accentuate the intersection at Sheppard and Leslie. In the preconstruction phase, the condominiums at 1001 Sheppard avenue East are offering its residents plenty of lifestyle amenities close by such as popular restaurants, grocery stores and banks, IKEA, Bayview Village Shopping Centre and Fairview Mall.

The structures themselves will be ready for occupancy in 2022 and will boast stunning views of a beautiful 8-acre park, a luxurious lobby that features Canada’s largest chandelier installation, and suite interiors equipped with world-renowned Miele appliances. King’s Landing Condos will be the crown jewel of the coveted Concord Park Place community. The offerings include one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom and three bedroom options.

Amenities offered at King’s Landing Condos include:
The Grand Ballroom
Fitness Centre
Yoga Studio
Billiards Room
Theatre Room
Golf Simulator
Squash Courts
Lawn Bowling
Putting Green

If this isn’t enough for eager buyers, there is also a grand entryway set apart from the bustle of the neighbourhood,mperial towers rising from a podium in the iconic palladium style of Bath, England, complete with stone cladding and gas lanterns. Stunning architectural undulations as one fluid curvature building upon another arcing skyward.
Reflecting British aristocracy, and donning a pavilion-style podium crowned by a trio of towers, the residents of King’s landing will feel like they are stepping into the epitome of taste every time they enter the building.

The area of Toronto where the condos are going to be built is named Bayview Village, which is near North York and Willowdale east and has a population well over 15,000. The area is bordered on the north by Finch Avenue East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the east by Leslie Street, and on the south by Highway 401.

The Bayview Village neighbourhood was planned in 1954 by a group of developers led by Farlinger Development Ltd. and was hailed as a “contemporary living in the countryside, at the doorstep of the urban concentration of Metropolitan Toronto”. The layout and design of Bayview Village is totally influenced by the East Don Valley Parklands. From the onset the area was to be regarded as green, and the community was to adapt to the landscape and not try to fit the landscape into the community. Because of this early on mentality the area thrives as a green and healthy one. Many of the neighborhoods winding streets and culs-de-sac are planted with birch, willow, cedar, spruce, and maple trees, while many homes are situated right on the ravine lots that feature views of the East Don River Valley Parklands.

The western edge of the East Don Parklands snakes its way through the centre of Bayview Village and is a vast and expansive green haven with various trails, walkways and bicycle paths a major bonus for outdoorsy types and family outings.

King’s Landing 2 condos are in an ideal neighborhood for people who like living in the city nearby all the conveniences a city has to offer but with access to some beautiful nature pathways, parks and landscapes.

1001 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto

Price Per Square Foot

Prices From

300,000

Suite Sizes

325 - 808 /sq ft

Avg. Price Per Foot

TBA

Maintenance Fees

0.60 / sq ft / month

Parking

49,000

Locker Price

8,000

Architects

TBA

Address

1001 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto

Development Status

Pre Construction

Sales Status

Launching Soon

Storeys

TBA

Number of Units

TBA

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Overview

Developers

Concord-Adex

Location

1001 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto

Intersection

Sheppard and Woodsy Park

Prices From

300,000

Occupancy Date

Summer 2022

Neighbourhood

North York