About the Building
An opportunity for you to get into a beautiful new mid-rise development in Toronto’s East End Neighbourhood! Introducing 28 Eastern Avenue Condos.
28 Eastern is a new and upcoming 12-storey residential condominium development at 18-32 Eastern Avenue in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood. Developed by Alterra Group of Companies, with a design by Teeple Architects. This project featuring both condominium suites and three-bedroom townhomes accessible from the street, it’s a project that pairs modern living spaces with a vibrant and growing part of the city. A lush rooftop terrace and a quiet pedestrian courtyard are just some of the thoughtful features planned for this building.
Over the past ten years, the Corktown neighbourhood has undergone a spectacular revitalization, with even more to come.
The neighbourhood spans from trendy Eastern Ave/King St East down to the Gardiner Expy, west to Parliament Street and East to the Don River, which includes the popular Corktown Commons, an 18-acre park. The commons features walking and biking trails, a marsh, sprawling lawns and communal features like an outdoor fireplace and picnic tables.
28 Eastern will only contribute to the rejuvenation of the area, which includes the “design district” of King Street East plus a mixture of greenspace, heritage buildings and factories, and new condo communities.
28 Eastern Condos is planned to be just as stylish and quirky as the neighbourhood it’s set in. An F-shaped building, 28 Eastern Condos will be 12 storeys tall and have playful geometric design to continue the unique design aesthetic of the neighbourhood. There will be retail space as well, making this a mixed-use development. This helps ensure that street life and activity in the neighbourhood stays vibrant and also that residents have access to amenities, services, restaurants and shops right from their front door.
28 Eastern Condos is located very close to the Gardiner Expressway, which takes residents straight downtown, and further west. The neighbourhood itself is highly walkable, with a score of 90 out of 100. If you’re looking to connect to the TTC, there are a number of options. The streetcar will run right past the building along King Street East, and will take residents straight into the heart of the city just a few minutes away. From there, the entire GTA is at your fingertips! Take the TTC Subway Line 1 or Line 2 to Union Station, or up north, east or west to all the distant corners of the city. Looking into the future, the city of Toronto has suggested new lines that will intersect with Corktown. A relief subway line that would have a stop just a few minutes away from the site.Register Now