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When you call a Reunion Crossing condominium home, every day will be an opportunity to reunite with sophisticated, intelligent, urban living. The innovative lobby has been reimagined into a space you will actually use, with workspaces and lounge areas. Even more impressive are the well laid-out, open concept suites, which let you rediscover just how beautiful city life really can be.
Reunion Crossing is a natural point of connection between The Stockyards, The Junction & Corso Italia. With the St. Clair Streetcar at your doorstep, and endless shopping, dining, parks and recreation nearby, you can unite with a complete urban lifestyle at Reunion Crossing.
Corso Italia is one of Toronto’s historic Italian neighbourhoods, and much of that history can still be seen today. Get a taste of the neighbourhood with delicious gelato from La Paloma, or sample one of the many Latin American restaurants, such as Tenoch or Itacate. It’s one of the city’s great cultural hubs, allowing you to experience flavours from across the world.
Take a stroll south of Reunion Crossing to explore one of the hippest neighbourhoods in Toronto. Check out the fab furniture at Cornerstone Home Interiors and discover the hand-crafted Scandinavian and Japanese design treasures at Mjolk. Taste the fine Italian cuisine at Nodo and the fresh local foods of The Junction Farmers Market. You could practically spend all of your weekends exploring new things in The Junction, and when you live at Reunion Crossing, you just might.
The Stockyards is home to some of the best big retail shopping in Toronto. In addition to the 50+ shops and restaurants of Stock Yards Village Shopping Centre, there’s also a Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Rona, Walmart, Best Buy and much more, all within easy walking distance of Reunion Crossing.
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Condos & Townhomes
1800 St. Clair Ave. West
Diamond Kilmer Developments
A Great Location
Whether you’re heading to work downtown, or heading across the globe on a transatlantic flight, you can reach any destination by catching a ride just steps from your door at Reunion Crossing. Here’s a closer look at some of the top ways to get around!
Steps to The Streetcar
The St. Clair Streetcar is one of the easiest ways to get across the city from Reunion Crossing. A ride east provides connections to St. Clair West Subway Station, and continues all the way to Avenue Road. It’s perfect for heading to work, or just going out on the town!
GO Train & UP Express
Just south of Reunion Crossing, Bloor Station offers residents access to GO Transit and the Union Pearson Express. Both are excellent options for getting into the city and getting out to discover the world. Travel to Union Station in as little as 11 minutes, or head to Pearson International Airport in about 20 minutes. Two amazing options to get literally anywhere you want to go! There are also plans to open a future SmartTrack GO station even closer to home right at the southeast corner of St. Clair West and Old Weston, which will make it even easier to travel across the region!
Hop on the Hwy.
Travel north from Reunion Crossing for an easy connection to Hwys. 401 and 400 just up Black Creek Drive. This is some of the most convenient highway access in the city, providing effortless connections to many of the GTA’s top destinations.
Bike with Ease
Head south down Old Weston Road and you’ll soon find access to some of the best biking infrastructure in the city. Options here include travelling along the West Toronto Railpath from Osler St. just south of St. Clair all the way south to Dundas Street. Heading east? Take the Davenport Bike Lane right into The Annex, with easy connections to additional bike lanes throughout the downtown core.
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At Diamond Kilmer Developments, we believe in creating well-priced homes to meet the needs of today’s urban homebuyers. Our development strategy provides stylish, high-quality ground related and midrise home ownership opportunities in conveniently placed neighbourhoods close to Toronto’s core.