Scenic on Eglinton Condos by Aspen Ridge Homes in East York

Scenic on Eglinton / 160 Vanderhoof Avenue

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Scenic on Eglinton is a new pre-construction condo building development by Aspen Ridge Homes located at 160 Vanderhoof Avenue, East York.

Scenic on Eglinton Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.
With variety of amenities, it is made up of Studio, Other units.

The unit size is ranging from 425 to 1157 square feet with prices starting from upper 200k.
This is a 18 stories Condo building.

Set amidst acres of enchanting parks and parkland that are connected by miles of beautiful walking and cycling trails, Scenic on is perfectly positioned for you to enjoy all that nature has to offer. Take your Best Friend on a walk to wonderful Sunnybrook Park and Edwards Gardens where you can relax in serenity while enjoying the best that nature has to offer.
Great things come in threes, and Scenic Three is your final opportunity to purchase in this award-winning Scenic community. Perched atop a hill at the foot of Leslie, Scenic Three offers the most breathtaking parkland and downtown skyline views in this landmark midtown community so close to nature, yet so close to everything you could ever want.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Scenic on Eglinton
Developer: Aspen Ridge Homes
Location: 160 Vanderhoof Avenue,East York
Product: Condo building
First Occupancy: 2016-10-01
Unit Type: Studio, Other
Maint. Fee: $0.59 SqFt/Month
Floors: 18
*All dates are approximate.

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