St. Clair Village begins to be set
Canderel and KingSett will develop St. Clair Village. Sales for the 122 units in the Quadrangle-designed, L-shaped, 12-storey brick building will launch in May.
KingSett Capital is a joint venture partner with Canderel on St. Clair Village. Canderel plan to start construction on the first building in Toronto’s St. Clair Village condominium development this fall.
James Deitcher, Canderel residential group development director, said, “900 St. Clair West will be the first of a collection of mid-rise buildings that will make up St. Clair Village, so our focus is about contributing to a long-term vision for the neighbourhood. There are few projects in the area that have the same level of interior design, amenities and finishes as what we are offering.”
St. Clair Village’s suites will range in size from 450-square-foot, one-bedroom units to 1,300-square-foot three-bedroom units with large terraces. Prices will range from the mid-$400,000s to more than $1 million. Purchasers will also have the opportunity to combine select suites to create bigger units. Occupancy is anticipated in the fall of 2021. Amenities will include a temperature-controlled wine storage lounge and a fitness studio.
Sales for the 122 units in the Quadrangle-designed, L-shaped, 12-storey brick building will launch in May. The property was previously home to a retail building demolished to make way for the project. It’s been vacant for about two years and was acquired by Canderel in 2018.
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