M2M aims to create hub community amenities. The five tower will be located at Cummer Avenue in North York.

Wallman Architects designed development aims to cement itself as s hub in the greater Newtonbrook community, with the first phase to bring new residential density, office space and retail and the follow up phases slated to bring important spaces to serve both the existing neighbourhood and condominium units.


Phase 1’s infusion of new life to the block will be bolstered by the community amenities planned for later phases, according to an article in Toronto Urban. M2M’s second phase will bring even more density to the site in the years to follow, along with a community centre and a children’s’ daycare centre housed in the podium between the two towers. These services will draw in residents from the surrounding area, working with retail space to help create a lively pedestrian presence at street level.

Besides, the community and daycare centres will dovetail with a future park planned east of the towers, located between the yet-to-be-named street running along the rear of the towers and Averill Crescent, east of which the low-rise community spreads out. Renderings and site plan diagrams depict a playground for children and greenspace crisscrossed by walking paths.

Back on M2M towers blocks, the east side of the towers will meet the new road with townhome frontages, creating an eye-on-the-street connection between the M2M buildings and the park. Additively, the more detail’s about the project will be launched in the upcoming days.

Source: Urban Toronto

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