Etobicoke The Revel Condos


Selling Now
2 years ago

The Revel Condos

3418 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke, ON M8W 1N3

Developer: Eden Oak


Project Info
Type: Condo
Units: TBA
Status: Selling Now
Est. Completion: 2024
Price: TBA
Location: Etobicoke

The lakefront suburb in south Etobicoke will soon have a new high-profile development thanks to Eden Oak.

The Revel Condominium is a five-story building in Etobicoke, Ontario, with a total of 32 apartments. SRN Architects Inc. will be responsible for the design and architecture of the building. While the rooftop sundeck is built to support a range of purposes, the most remarkable aspect of this construction is the panoramic view over the neighborhood and Lake Michigan.

Eden Oak Developments is one of Toronto’s most highly regarded developers, with over 30 essential projects in and around the GTA. South Etobicoke residents may look forward to a luxurious urban lifestyle thanks to the installation of this development in Etobicoke.

Features and Amenities

On Lake Shore Boulevard West, this condo is located just west of Kipling Avenue at 3418 Lake Shore Boulevard West. It’s envisioned as a five-story building with 32 different layouts, in keeping with the surrounding cityscape. There are one- and two-bedroom flats, some with dens, in this building.

The rooftop sundeck at Revel Condos is expected to be one of the most anticipated elements of the building, which has been meticulously constructed to enable a wide range of activities, as well as breathtaking views of the surrounding area. In addition to barbeque stations, eating nooks, and an outdoor fireplace, the deck, will have plenty of room to sit, drink wine, or relax on a nice day with friends and family.

A car elevator will take visitors to an underground parking garage where bikes and vehicles may be parked. With its primarily stone and brick materials and a hint of contemporary tinted glass, the building’s design aims to bring together low-rise charm with contemporary aesthetics.

Location and Neighbourhood

It’s a terrific time to invest in new condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area’s South Etobicoke area. New Jersey’s Long Branch is a great place to live and work because of its abundance of retail and eating opportunities and its proximity to the area’s beautiful shoreline, surrounded by parks.

Etobicoke is a great place to live in the Greater Toronto Area because of the wide range of recreational opportunities it provides. In the winter, Centennial Park, a 500-acre expanse of green space that includes a ski slope, for recreational activities. Having some of the schools in the province nearby makes it an excellent choice for families.

There are also several high-density job areas in South Etobicoke, centered on both industrial and corporate businesses. Film production facilities are also scheduled to be a short distance away from the condominium site shortly. Younger enterprises are also opting to locate their headquarters in this region, attracted by the area’s advantages and closeness to the city of Toronto.

Accessibility and Highlights

One of the few in the municipality near enough to Toronto to benefit from 24-hour streetcar service is this one. Regional bus lines and Kipling Station, which has connections to the TTC, GO, and a bus route that goes straight to the airport, are other options for moving around. Drivers on Lake Shore Boulevard will welcome access to the Gardiner Expressway and Highway 427.

As a whole, this is a portion of the area that has seen a lot of urbanization and expansion in recent years. In the last several years, a type of modern condos and master-planned communities have sprung up all over the region, attracting newcomers and locals alike.

About the Developer

Eden Oak has constructed approximately 5,000 new houses in the Greater Toronto Area, ranging from single-family homes to urban townhouse developments. Customer service and elegant design go hand in hand, and they do it well.

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