I am amazed at the metamorphosis going on in Etobicoke right now, with new condominiums springing up to address demand. The most western section of Toronto, Etobicoke borders Mississauga, offering residents comprehensive amenities in all directions. People love living in Etobicoke for so many reasons, with location topping the list. Downtown Toronto is minutes away, and so is the QEW, which makes the Niagara region and the U.S. border an easy day trip.
Etobicoke has undergone a lot of changes over the past few years, and currently the entire Humber Bay Shores area is being rejuvenated with new shops, restaurants and services. Bordered by the Humber River on the east, Mississauga on the west, the beautiful shoreline of Lake Ontario on the south and Steeles Avenue West to the north, this section of Toronto is also served by the Gardiner Expressway, Highways 401 and 427, and is connected to downtown by the Bloor-Danforth subway. Of course, Etobicoke also abuts Pearson International Airport, which is tremendous for frequent travelers. In addition to a raft of elementary and high schools, Etobicoke is home to both campuses of Humber College. Shoppers also have the luxury of living close to Sherway Gardens, one of Toronto’s largest and most stylish malls.
Within this invigorating setting, Remington Group offers Phase II in highly successful Park Towers Condominiums at IQ, at Islington and The Queensway. The community is centred around a new park for which Remington is footing the $2 million bill. It is designed by Janet Rosenberg & Studio, one of Canada’s most respected landscape architecture and urban design firms. This incredible park will feature an ampitheatre, art installations, an apple orchard, fountain splash pad, pathways and more. The views of this stunning area will be magnificent, especially from the condominium’s rooftop barbecue terrace and the edge of the spectacular infinity pool and sundeck. For more information on Remington’s community, visit www.iqcondos.com.