29 and 10 Storey
Options for Homes , Rekai Centres
55 Eastern Ave Toronto M5A 1H5
Cherry Place Condos
Cherry Place Condos: comprised of two towers, 29 storeys and 10 storeys tall, featuring 180 and 224 condo units respectively, totaling to 404 units.
The 29-storey tower is particularly assigned as low-cost residential units, while the mid-rise 10-storey building is dedicated to long-term care patients and it is the newest Rekai Centre.
The two buildings will be connected by two bridges for both residents and staff that will be situated on floors featuring amenity spaces.
The estimated occupancy date is scheduled for late 2021.
Cherry Place Condos Highlights
- Has a 95/100 Walk Score
- Boasts of world-class public transit
- Bordered by shops, dining facilities and entertainment venues
- In close proximity to schools
- Close to parks including Moss Park, Oak Street Park and Sumach-Shuter Parkette
Cherry Place Condos is strategically located to be within minutes by foot to some of the upcoming public transit routes such as the new street car route offering services to Union Station and back, and also a planned future subway relief line.
Location and Neighbourhood
Cherry Place Condos is located in the West Don Lands, which has for a long time been a redevelopment spot. It is bordered by the Don Valley on its east, the Distillery District lies on its western side, while Eastern Avenue is on its north.
The project is located across the Don River where a whopping 60-acre master planned mixed use development East Habour, right in the core of east downtown is proposed. This will drastically revolutionize the land use and the neighbourhood’s transit modes.
This new neighbourhood will attract over 50,000 jobs and bring a dynamic new district for Toronto residents to explore and enjoy.
The location is poised to have a new multi-modal transportation centre – the best served transit station found outside the Union Station in the Greater Toronto Area.
It will function as the entrance to the project and most of the people travelling to the location will arrive by transit.
The Regional Express Rail, Broadview LRT, Queen’s Quay LRT, SmartTrack as well as the Relief Line subway are among the local and regional connections that will service the area, with all of them converging at the East Habour station.
This stunning structure is already sparking a rare kind of public excitement.
The Rekai Centre is planned to be an ultramodern facility that is committed to taking care of its residents’ needs while giving them the independence, the living conditions as well as the neighbouring public space to continue living a normal life.
Residents will enjoy a contemporary, comfortable surroundings to sustain an improved quality of life. The development will feature private rooms, affordable suites, as well as intensive plus specialized care services focused on seniors and families.
Options for homes is a Toronto-based non-profit housing development. The corporation is a social enterprise, constructing affordable homes.
These are long-term care homes located in downtown Toronto. The objective of the Rekai Centres is to ease pressure on hospitals by providing access to 24-hour staffing as well as low-cost housing options to in-need residents.
They strive to enrich their residents’ lives by making sure that they actually remain part and parcel of their city centre community.