Upside Down Condominiums is developed along side many of the other projects by Channington Development such as Electric City, Electric City Complex and the Foundry Lofts at Lansdowne and Dupont. The company has over 35 years of experience in the new home development industry and focused on the entry level first time buyers. This is achieved by focusing developments in areas that are in transition. In part, the developments are contributing to the transition as well, attracting first time homebuyers into an area, promoting home ownership, therefore pride of ownership. This is a key factor in helping with gentrification of a neighbourhood.
Architecturally designed by Burka Architects Inc., this two phase development of Upside Down will be a tiered 14 storey building in phase I and modern 13 storey building for phase II. Inside interiors will have open concept units, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops, a combination of laminate and ceramic flooring, sisal-style carpeting in the bedrooms, stacked dryer / washer.
Amenities for Phase I Building shall be a gym / exercise room, sports court, changing rooms and Sauna, billiards room and a lounge area with kitchen and bar facilities.
Amenities for Phase II Building is a fitness centre, games room, media centre, changing rooms and Sauna, Lounge with kitchen and bar facilities.
The neighbourhood although transitional and there is yet to be seen is a large influx of businesses into the area other than what’s currently here, you are surrounded by plenty. Head south on Lansdowne to Bloordale Village or east on Dupont to Le Galleria Mall. Just west is the Junction and south is the Junction Triangle.
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Parks and Recreation:
The entrance to this huge 35 acre park; Earlscourt Park is just minutes walk north on Lansdowne Ave. It’s features include an Ice Rink, several Tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields, a Community Centre which includes a seniors lounges, 25 metre swimming pool and gymnasium.
Head east on Davenport to get to Hillcrest park, which includes an off leash area for dogs and pets, many tennis courts, baseball and soccer field.
South of Dufferin and Bloor is Dufferin Grove Park. Throughall four seasons, there is a weekly Organic Farmers Market. It has a community centre with many programs available including vegetable growing onsite and utilising it in the parks own bake ovens. There is an outdoor skating rink, basketball courts, soccer and baseball field, children’s play park area, picnic tables and campfire capabilities.
Running north –south on on Lansdowne is the 47 Lansdowne Bus which is a minute away from the Lansdowne Subway Station. This is on the main Bloor-Danforth subway line running east west across the breast of the city.
Also running east-west is the 26 Dupont Bus. This will take east bound towards the Junction and east bound into the heart of the city and links with the University–Spadina Subway line.
Shopping and Restaurants:
For shopping the Galleria Mall and the Dufferin Mall are minutes away by TTC or by car. The later mall has seen extensive facelifts in the last few years to cater to the changing demographic moving into the area.