The ongoing modern transformation of Toronto’s west end continues with Reunion Crossing. This trendy and stylish new condominium project forms part of the master-planned 1808 St. Clair Ave W, which is headed by DiamondCorp. Reunion Crossing will occupy a southern corner of the 10.6 acres (4.3 hectares) of prime real estate currently being reimagined as 1808 St. Clair Ave W.
Reunion Crossing profiles as a mixed-use mid-rise, with ground-floor retail complementing an adjacent collection of townhouses. It offers an excellent investment opportunity, as the 1808 St. Clair Ave W community is part of a broader trend of extensive redevelopment in Toronto’s Stockyards District neighbourhood. This west-end area is currently seeing a great deal of residential, commercial, and infrastructural development, which insiders expect will translate into high rates of property appreciation for years to come.
eunion Crossing will form a major phase of the 1808 St. Clair Ave W master-planned community. This ambitious DiamondCorp venture aims to bring a total of six residential and mixed-use buildings to an expansive site at the northeast corner of St. Clair Avenue West and 1808 St. Clair Ave W in Toronto’s west end. In addition to the six buildings, which will be comprised of the Reunion Crossing mid-rise and its accompanying collection of
five townhouse blocks, 1808 St. Clair Ave W will also create a beautiful green space bridging the site with the beautiful S.A.D.R.A. Park space, which lies just to the north.
Toronto’s Stockyards District is a historic quarter of the city that once profiled primarily as an industrial area. Many meatpacking companies operated in the neighbourhood, giving the district its name. Today, a great deal of its legacy buildings have been repurposed as residential and mixed-use facilities as the Stockyards District benefits from ongoing gentrification. As new high-density developments continue to spring up in large numbers, the Stockyards District enhances its profile as a trendy west-end node with dozens of craft breweries, creative eateries, and cultural spaces.
The 1808 St. Clair Ave Wd site boasts an excellent Transit Score of 83/100, with TTC streetcar service linking the future Reunion Crossing community with Line 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina) and Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth) of Toronto’s subway system. Residents won’t need a car to complete daily errands, as the area has a sparking Walk Score of 95/100. This mark continues to improve as the Stockyards District attracts more and more businesses that serve the neighbourhood’s growing number of residents.
Drivers are accommodated by close, easily accessed connections to Highways 400 and 401 via the Allen Road expressway. The 1808 St. Clair Ave W community will also be within walking distance of the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT line, which is scheduled to launch in 2021 and will function as Line 5 of the TTC’s subway-linked rapid transit system.