Experience an urban lifestyle at Highland Commons where an established neighbourhood meets new ideas. Make your home on the edge of some of Toronto’s most elegant greenspaces. Get lost in the wooded paths that make you feel close to nature before coming back to connected spaces and curated amenities where your greatest escape is right at home.
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The 3.05-acre parcel is an assembly of two properties nestled in Toronto’s east end neighbourhood, Highland Creek. The development is surrounded by the Highland Creek River ecosystem and has panoramic views of lush greenery. The site has direct access to the 401 highway through Highway 2A, is a five-minute drive to Guildwood GO Station, and will be a three-minute drive from a future Eglinton East LRT station. Located conveniently to the University of Toronto – Scarborough Campus which will be expanding its current campus to follow the Province’s post-secondary education enrollment targets.
- Easy access to HWY 401 via 2A
- Direct shuttle service to Guildwood GO station
- Future LRT Station
- 30 minute drive to downtown Toronto
- 30 minute ride to Union Station via GO Train
- Minutes to U of T Scarborough campus and Centennial College
- Short drive from Pan Am Centre
- 30 minute drive to Pearson Airport
- Nearby parks include Colonel Danforth Park, Megan Road Park
- 70% of suites will be under $650,000*
- Average of under $1000 per square foot*
- Over 10,000 sq ft of indoor amenities
- Over 19,000 sq ft of outdoor amenities
What set Highland Commons apart
Price starting from the High $300’s
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Altree is a real estate development company focused on building communities that are at the forefront of architecture, design, and innovation. Founded by Zev Mandelbaum, Altree stems from a long lineage of multi-generational expertise in bringing to fruition landmark projects and iconic communities throughout Toronto and the GTA. Zev is one of the visionary co-founders behind Marlin Spring, and a third-generation developer with deep roots in the industry that date back to the 1950s through H&R and Lanterra Developments.