A new build in Toronto's north-west is inviting you to embrace a rejuvenating, revitalized lifestyle.

Quality meets value, urban amenities meet green spaces, and contemporary design meets coziness at Yorkwoods Condos.

Set to rise 13 storeys above Jane and Yorkwoods Gate, the new project from CTN Developments will be more than just a residence: the building represents community, vitality, and the brightness of its surrounding area's future.

In alignment with the City of Toronto's Jane Finch Initiative, which aims to best leverage the benefits of the highly-anticipated Finch West LRT, CTN Developments holds the creation of vibrant communities as a core value in its work. A commitment to not just the aesthetic of a building -- though of course, that's integral too -- but to the improvement of residents' and neighbours' day-to-day lives, tops the development group's key priorities.

And it's indisputable that the introduction of Yorkwoods Condos is going to be exactly that type of community-enhancing development.

Offering one of the best new-home values in the GTA, the condo is rising up in an environment that's at the same time urban and naturally lush.

Close by, malls (including Yorkgate, Jane Finch, and Jane Sheppard) are balanced by parks like Firgrove, Derrydowns, and Northwood. Schools, from elementary through to post-secondary, boast ease of access, and weekend destinations including Oakdale Golf & Country Club and Black Creek Pioneer Village are -- quite literally -- just up (or down) the street.

And it's not just by foot that future residents of Yorkwoods will be able to savour their immediate surroundings; thanks to the condo's 13-storey profile, the building is set to boast unprecedented views in every direction. While some mornings may be spent strolling through the park or cycling the bike paths below, others will be spent simply enjoying the sights, with a coffee in hand.

What's more, lush spaces will be discovered across the site of Yorkwoods itself. Two rooftop terraces, expansive and airy, will offer areas for socializing while enjoying those aforementioned swoon-worthy views.

TerraceYorkwoods Condos (rendering)

Additional amenities the build will boast include 24-hour security, concierge service, a suite of social, wellness, and recreational spaces... and the promise of being in on the ground floor of a neighbourhood on the rise.

Indeed, while Jane and Yorkwoods Gate is an area that's already bustling with vitality, the north-west pocket of Toronto is poised to only see more positive growth over the next several years.

Scheduled for completion in 2023, the $2.5 billion Finch West LRT is set to enhance this neighbourhood's connectivity, offering ease of access to the TTC's Yonge-University Line, plus both of York and Peel Region's transit systems. The Jane Finch LRT stop will stand just 700 metres from the Yorkwoods site, or a 3-minute walk, offering residents access to the line in under five minutes by foot.

With a projected annual ridership of 12 million by 2031, a walking-distance abode will get residents on-board one of the GTA's freshest, most efficient transit systems from the very beginning.

FinchwestJane Finch LRT (rendering)

Those who will benefit from this address' connectivity span beyond casual urban explorers. For example, York University -- just a short trek north-east of the condo site -- enrols upwards of 55,000 students. After a night of exam-cramming or essay writing, little is appreciated more than a quick and easy commute to class. On the other end of the future LRT is Humber College, which enrols upwards of 80,000 students who will benefit just as much.

Meanwhile, North York YMCA Employment and Immigrant Services -- just down the street -- boasts countless employment opportunities. Whether a resident is post-grad or in the midst of a midlife career change, the horizons within reach are broad and bright.

Indeed, the area surrounding this new-build is one that will cater to the youthful and the well-established alike, which makes Yorkwoods' family-friendly suites all the more suitable. Featuring modern design, large windows, 9-foot ceilings and European-inspired kitchens, condos are proposed to range from studios through to three-bedrooms plus dens, with a total of 190 suites across the build.

While families will benefit from coveted square-footage, investors may be keen on those studio and 1-bedroom spaces, their guaranteed appeal to students studying at nearby campuses, considered. Those whose interests are piqued should take heart: while Yorkwoods' value is already self-fulfilling, it will only appreciate over time.

Increased connectivity and a revitalized community lend themselves, naturally, to an uptick in property values. Case in point: since the introduction of the Eglinton Crosstown, properties in Scarborough have appreciated upwards of 135%. (Here's lookin' at you, Jane Finch LRT.)

YorkwoodsYorkwoods Condos (rendering)

Right now, 1-bedroom prices at Yorkwoods Condos are starting from the low $500s, offering a foot in the door to an area in which the City is heavily investing in infrastructure efforts. And with CTN Developments at the helm of the project -- with their team's community-first approach marrying the priorities of quality, affordability, and sustainability -- the build is sure to deliver above and beyond what its price tag would imply.

If you're thinking this sounds like an "early bird advantage" if you've ever come across one, you'd be right. Opportunities for getting into a Toronto neighbourhood embracing revitalization are few and far between, but right now, you've got a rare chance. Don't miss it.

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This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

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