Pinnacle International brings high-visibility one, two and three-bedroom condominium suites to the Sheppard and Warden avenues area with their Pinnacle Toronto East project.
With Pinnacle Toronto East, the company infuses new life into a much-loved neighborhood that has been historically under-served.
Families, working professionals, downsizers and investors are all going to find plenty to like about the twin 30 story towers, the 16 townhouses and the large multi-bedroom units of the free-standing 11 story tower in this cluster.
Prices start at a very modest $379,000 for 505 square foot 1 bedroom units with each unit having its own parking spot and locker included in the price.
Anson Kwok, Pinnacle’s VP of Sales and Marketing, characterizes the new development as “very family-driven” and says the larger units, in particular, will fulfill a long-standing need in that area for large, multi-bedroom suites.
The Future of Pinnacle Toronto East
Kwok envisions Pinnacle Toronto East becoming a hub for the Sheppard and Warden area.
He cites easy access to highways 401 and 404, the nearby Don Valley Parkway and the high number of chain and ethnic restaurants in the area.
He also notes that within a few minutes’ drive of the new development are three large, busy malls; the Fairview, the Scarborough Town Centre and the Agincourt.
But that’s not all. Really driving home the family-friendly aspects of the project are a range of public and private schools within walking distance as well as Scarden Park, Vradenberg Park, Lynngate Park and more.
Kwok says Pinnacle Toronto East is going to command a strong presence “because it’s actually much larger” than most other buildings in the neighborhood. But that doesn’t mean it will have a disruptive appearance.
On the contrary. Great care was taken during the design phase to ensure the buildings reflect the material and aesthetic considerations of the area.
The project also reflects an enlightened environmental attitude and is being built to the city’s Tier 2 Green Standards. That means bicycle parking, energy-efficient lighting, electric vehicle recharging stations and more.
Each tower will feature 24-hour concierge service along with an exercise room, kid’s play area, outdoor terrace, barbeque areas and more.
The interiors are being styled by Tanner Hill Associates, who are currently developing interiors for the nearly complete ME Living Condos at Markham and Ellesmere in Scarborough. The interiors at Pinnacle Toronto East will feature quartz countertops, stainless steel kitchen appliances, wood flooring, and floor to ceiling windows providing breathtaking views of the city skyline.
With construction now underway Pinnacle is looking forward to having the first occupants move in during November of 2021.
According to Kwok, the project represents a bold step for Pinnacle, which until now had focused almost exclusively on the West End with projects like the massive Pinnacle Etobicoke. With workers now on site Kwok expects that things “will come together pretty quickly” going forward.
Pinnacle Toronto East is now accepting registrations. You can sign up via the official website (pinnacletorontoeast.ca) or by calling 416-925-6119 during regular business hours.
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