Block 22 at Concord CityPlace by Concord Adex
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Block 22 (Signature) at Concord CityPlace is a new condo project at 23 Spadina Avenue (Spadina Ave & Fort York Blvd) in Downtown Toronto, will be developed by Concord Adex. This New Condos Toronto Project has a total of 1,536 units.
Block 22 at Concord CityPlace Condos have 75 and 64-storey two towers, The Block 22 Towers will have ten-storey podium consisting of retail, workplace and residential units. The 2 towers, in their existing proposition, would include 1,536 Units to Concord CityPlace, broken down into 107 bachelor , 1,132 one-bedroom, 138 two-bedroom and 159 three-bedroom.
Block 22 at Concord CityPlace has a Walk Score of 97 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Block 22 (Signature) towers is a one minute walk from the Bus stop. It is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Clarence Square, Waterfront Children’s Garden and HTO Park West.
The schools Near by include Cooking Toronto, The Leading Edge of Life International NLP Personal Coaching and Gone Sailing Adventures. The closest grocery stores are Sobeys, T.O. Tuck Shop and Bulkco.
PROJECT NAME: Block 22(Signature) at Concord CityPlace
ADDRESS: 23 Spadina Avenue ,Toronto
PROJECT TYPE: Condominium
DEVELOPER(S): Concord Adex
ARCHITECT(S): Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects
UNITS: 166 units
STOREYS: 75 and 64 storeys
UNIT SIZES: 1536 Units
PRICE RANGE: TBA
PARKING COST: TBA
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE: TBA
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