Nestled into the tree-lined enclave at Eglinton and Victoria Park, Bartley Towns brings contemporary style and urban refinement to one of Toronto’s most established family communities. Integrated into the namesake Bartley Park, these freehold townhomes gracefully balance idyllic surroundings with the energy and sophistication of urban life.
Luxury New Townhomes in an Ideal Toronto Neighbourhood
The Bartley Towns, contemporary townhome development which features 3, 4 and 5 bedroom layouts with spacious kitchens, expansive outdoor terraces, and impressive finishes are ideally situated in an established residential neighborhood in North York that’s amid a commercial and residential revitalization thanks to the planned Eglinton Crosstown LRT transit extension currently under construction.
Bartley Towns is perfectly situated to meet the growing needs of families. It’s close to numerous public and private schools, libraries, community centers and parks with ample green space and walking trails. Nearby amenities include movie theatres, museums, grocery stores, and several public transit options. While Bartley Towns is close to the action in terms of transportation, retail and commercial redevelopment, the area is distinctly separate from the hustle and bustle of the main streets, providing a quiet oasis for families to enjoy.
Your Neighbourhood: The Place to Be
Bartley Towns is an urban, contemporary sanctuary located in the midst of it all. The community’s modern homes overlook the mature trees of Bartley Park – your serenity in the center of the city.
The neighborhood is vibrant and central. Located along the stretch of Eglinton Avenue known as the Golden Mile, it’s close to Eglinton Square, the CF Shops at Don Mills, Eglinton Town Centre and other attractions.
You’ll make the absolute most of your neighborhood by walking over to catch a movie at the Eglinton Town Centre Cinemas, or dropping into a hot new restaurant while out for an evening stroll along the Golden Mile. And look forward to staying safe in the bike lanes while running errands and exploring your neighborhood on two wheels.
A New Golden Mile
With Queen Elizabeth presiding over its opening in the 1950s, what was dubbed the “Golden Mile” became a symbol of affluence after World War II – a stretch of Eglinton Avenue characterized by its busy strip malls and parking lots full of shoppers.
In 2020, the Golden Mile Shopping Centre is undergoing an extensive and exciting revitalization, as part of the vibrant new mixed-use community that is now evolving there. A total of 11 new buildings are proposed in the master plan, bringing together prime retail and commercial space, high and midrise residential, and inviting public spaces. The revitalization will result in a pedestrian-friendly urban village with multiple city squares, 100+ world-class retail and dining destinations, and an enviable “walk score.”
Just a 5-minute walk from Bartley Towns, the new Golden Mile, and Eglinton Square will offer one-stop shopping for residents, along with excellent dining and services, all just minutes away.
The New Eglinton Square
Eglinton Square, long a retail landmark located at Victoria Park Avenue and Eglinton Avenue, is now undergoing a major revitalization centered around the existing shopping center. Designed by Quadrangle Architects, the redevelopment will not touch the mall itself but transform the site into a high-quality mixed-use community through the creation of a public piazza, five residential and commercial towers ranging from 25 to 40 storeys, and many stacked townhomes.
The Eglinton Square Shopping Centre is currently home to over 75 major retailers including Hudson’s Bay, Metro, Shoppers Drug Mart, and more. Excellent shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and more are all here, just a short walk away from Bartley Towns. The redevelopment’s new and enhanced street-level retail and public spaces will offer a much more pedestrian-friendly experience.
Nature in the City
Overlooking Bartley Park is just the beginning, no other urban community in Toronto has better access to so many natural amenities.
Are you a runner? A cyclist? A hiker? A birdwatcher? Reinvigorate your mind, body, and spirit on the endless trails of the Don Valley ravine, just a short walk from your front door.
Are you a golfer? Hit the links within 5 minutes at the Flemingdon Park Golf Club.
Do you have a green thumb? Start your organic garden, just up the street at the Jonesville Allotment Gardens.
The City at Hand
Bartley Towns is set right by the intersection of Eglinton and Victoria Park, making it one of Toronto’s best-connected places to live. You will be a short walk away to the bustling energy of the Golden Mile and a quick jaunt away from the downtown core. The Don Valley Parkway is just around the bend, and Sloane Station on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT is a moment’s walk from your doorstep.
With 25 stops between East and West Toronto, the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit line will connect you to the entire TTC system. Direct links to 3 subway stations, 3 GO Transit stations, and dozens of bus lines will make your home profoundly accessible.
Bartley Towns’ prime location will make commuting and getting around the city a breeze.
The New Eglinton Crosstown LRT
Bartley Towns is just minutes from the future Eglinton Crosstown, the light rail transit (LRT) line that is scheduled for completion in 2021.
The Crosstown – an $8.4B initiative that is the largest transit expansion in Toronto’s history – will run east and west in a 19km corridor along Eglinton Avenue between Mount Dennis (Weston Road) and Kennedy subway station. There will be 25 stops along the way, and links to 54 bus routes, three subways stations, and GO Transit lines. Right-of-way transit lanes, separated from regular traffic and with priority signaling at intersections, will help ensure the LRT’s speed and reliability.
The Crosstown will run at an average speed of 28 km/hr, which is 4 km/hr faster than the TTC’s downtown subway. It will carry many more passengers and move up to 60 percent faster than the existing bus service on Eglinton Avenue, with travel times to downtown Toronto significantly reduced.
Inspiring Young Minds
Eglinton and Victoria Park is one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighborhoods for urban families. As a long-established community, it has no shortage of options for nearby public and private education, including the prestigious Seneca Hill Private School and French-language École Élémentaire Jeanne-Lajoie, both less than 10 minutes away.
After class, your children will find endless stimulation at the local Toronto Public Library and numerous community centers and world-class cultural destinations, including the Aga Khan Museum and the beloved Ontario Science Centre.
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