The Briar on Avenue Towns
The Briar on Avenue Towns is a new townhouse development by Plazacorp Urban Residential Communities with an anticipated completion of 2023. Located in Midtown Toronto at the major intersection of Eglinton and Avenue. This development is currently in pre-construction and will be 3 storeys with 7 units. Starting at $1,000’s more information and suit sizes will be released shortly.
Location & Neighbourhood
The area surrounding The Briar on Avenue Towns offers families plenty of choice when it comes to educational institutions, in fact Toronto’s best early learning institutions and private schools are close by. Within walking distance residents of The Briar will have access to nearby local and independent vendors, shops and dinning options. The close by neighbourhood of Yonge and Eglinton offers even more entertainment, shopping and dining options. Although in the middle of Toronto there are plenty of green spaces and parks for residents of The Briar to enjoy including Eglinton Park, Memorial Park and Sherwood Park.
The residents of The Briar on the Avenue Towns have convenient access to the Don Valley Parkway and the Allen Expressway. Both of these roads link with the key central highways of Ontario, including the 401 and 404. CondoNow notes that it will take mere minutes to ride across the city and the GTA is a breeze and drive into the city centre.
Features & Finishes
Plazacorp has been investing in property, low-rise and high-rise growth and technology projects for many decades, moving our creative economy towards smarter cities and more livable communities. The pillars of our brand have been honesty, accountability, alignment and predictable returns. Each of our business units is driven by a passion for innovation.
About The Developers
Since 1982, Plaza has taken pride in building quality homes. They see themselves as so much more than just a home builder, but as a real brand of lifestyle that can impact the lives of people buying their houses. They’ve constructed more than 7,000 houses, and they don’t expect to slow down.