Aspen Ridge Homes has announced plans for a 60-acre mixed-use community in northeast Toronto. The mixed-use project will be built adjacent to the Eglinton Crosstown Science Center LRT station.

A press release published on 1 May announced that the project could provide housing for 10 thousand people.


The project is known as Crosstown. The project will be built in recovered industrial zones. The project will include a community center, basketball court and gymnasium with 18 floor ownership building, 30 city hall, 300,000 square meters office space, restaurants and cafes, five parking areas and a playground and two hockey rinks.

The plots to be used are located in the Don Valley region. The existing land use areas include the IBM building of 220,000 square meters. According to the information in the statement; Celestica at the site was told that a new building in Crosstown would be moved soon.

Aspen Ridge Homes is planning to launch new projects in the coming days. His new projects include Jack in the former CHUM radio building on Yonge Street, Charles in the Church, Studio and Studio 2 in Richmond Street, and Observatory Hill in Richmond Hill.

Aspen Ridge Homes has partnered with Core Architects in the Crosstown residential project. Interior design by Mike Niven Design Inc. Landscape works are done by Gustavo Maurano of MBTW Group. The development of commercial areas has been undertaken by Metrus.

The development schedule was not disclosed.

Source: canada.constructconnect.com

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