Carleton Village condos benefit from being part of a friendly, steadily-urbanizing pocket that’s seen some exciting proposals lately. Many of these are mid-rise developments like this one, that reflect the need for contemporary housing options without the hyper-intensification we see in some downtown neighbourhoods.
It’s part of a larger area in the west end that’s seen some unique improvements in the past few years. At least one involves a series of mid-rise buildings, townhomes and an improved street network, while a recent nearby conversion of a heritage warehouse into residential lofts has put the area on the map. A future plan for a park and three condominium towers is in the works, along with a multi-tower condominium development project, anchored by a grocery store.
Home to parks, schools, artisan cafes and breweries, along with a growing number of art and technology-related jobs, it’s no wonder such a range of residents love the area. It’s also a short walk to the new Stock Yards Village, a major retail hub that features a variety of big-brand stores, lifestyle amenities and restaurants.
Not surprisingly, the condominium site scores an optimal 95 out of 100 on its Walk Score. It’s also served by the streetcar, which connects to two subway stations. A network of surface bus routes serve the area too, including an express bus to York University. Whether you’re a growing family, a professional looking for an investment opportunity or a mature couple looking for an efficient style of living, you’ll find something to love about Carleton Village.