Perch Condos. Pre-Construction in Toronto
- Project Name: Perch Condos
- Builders: Firmland
- Project Status: Pre-Construction
- Approx Occupancy Date: 2023
- Launch Date: 2020-10-24
- Address: 4696 Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M1E 2P9
- City: Toronto
- Main Intersection: Kingston Road and Military Trail
- Neighborhood: Highland Creek
- Architect: Core Architects
- Property Type: Mid Rise
- Building Size: 12 Storeys
- Number Of Units: 168
- Nearby Parks: Colonel Danforth Park
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Perch is where a vibrant city meets the calming outdoors. Its ravine side location beside Highland Creek introduces nature to your everyday. Once you are done exploring the winding trails, picnics in shaded spots, spotting birds, you can count on other engaging places to add excitement. The Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto Zoo and a host of sports and recreation facilities are within easy reach to keep you busy. When it comes to the business of real life, Perch delivers efficiently. TTC and GO Transit, grocery stores, daycare, restaurants, movie theatre, and schools - including Uo fT Scarborough Campus and Centennial College, all the mainstays of city life are just a short drive away. At Perch, the two worlds are yours to enjoy and experience.
Overlooking Highland Creek, with easy access to big city conveniences, Perch condominiums introduces the perfect mix of sophistication and calm. With its livable spacious suites, breathtaking views and inspired amenities, Perch promises a one-of-a-kind way of life.
Mirroring the lush landscape in which it sits, Perch is picture-perfect. Rising to an intimate 12 storeys, its modern design with its distinctive curvilinear shape has a unique sense of place. Conceptualized by the renowned Core Architects, its architecture blends with the contours of the ravine and treeline. Its angular balconies and curved rear façade are thoughtfully placed to showcase the neighbouring ravine. Working closely with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the building’s quiet presence preserves protected lands. Defined by a subtle material palette, Perch is infinitely impressive at any angle.